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    • June 1995
    • 9780231101233
  • 233 Pages
  • Paperback
  • $34.00
  • / £23.50


    • June 1995
    • 9780231513913
  • 233 Pages
  • E-book
  • $33.99
  • / £23.50

Reconstructing Gender in Middle East

Tradition, Identity, and Power

and Balaghi Shiva. Edited by Fatma Muge Gocek

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About the ContributorsAcknowledgmentsIntroductionReconstructing Gender in the Middle East Through Voice and Experience, by Fatma Muge Gocek and Shiva BalaghiPart One: The Reconstruction of Tradition Gender, Tradition, and History, by Juan R.I. ColeNeotraditionalism in the Poetry of Simin Behbahani, by Farzaneh MilaniWearing the Hijah in Contemporary Morocco: Choice and Identity, by Leila HessiniTurkish Women and the Republican Reconstruction of Tradition, by Zehra F. Arat, by Part Two: The Reconstruction of IdentityGender, Identity, and Anthropology, by Ruth BeharNotes from the Village: On the Ethnographic Construction of Women in Iran, by Erika FriedlWomen's Movement of the 1980s in Turkey: Radical Outcome of Liberal Kemalism?, by Yesim AratGrowing up in Israel: A Personal Perspective, by Rachel PersicoComing of Age in Occupied Palestine: Engendering the Intifada, by Leila HudsonPart Three: The Reconstruction of Power "Metaphors Can Kill":Gender, Power, and the Field of the Literary, by Anne HerrmannArab Women Arab Wars, by Miriam CookeArab Male, Hebrew Female: The Lure of Metaphors, by Anton ShammasWhere Has All the Power Gone? Women and Politics in Popular Quarters of Cairo, by Diane SingermanKeeping It in the Family: Gender and Conflict in Moroccan Arabic Proverbs, by Elizabeth M. BergmanBibliography