Reconstructing Gender in Middle East

Tradition, Identity, and Power

Edited by Fatma Muge Gocek and Balaghi Shiva

Columbia University Press

Reconstructing Gender in Middle East

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Pub Date: June 1995

ISBN: 9780231101233

233 Pages

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Pub Date: June 1995

ISBN: 9780231513913

233 Pages

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Reconstructing Gender in Middle East

Tradition, Identity, and Power

Edited by Fatma Muge Gocek and Balaghi Shiva

Columbia University Press

About the Contributors
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Reconstructing Gender in the Middle East Through Voice and Experience, by Fatma Muge Gocek and Shiva Balaghi
Part One: The Reconstruction of Tradition
Gender, Tradition, and History, by Juan R.I. Cole
Neotraditionalism in the Poetry of Simin Behbahani, by Farzaneh Milani
Wearing the Hijah in Contemporary Morocco: Choice and Identity, by Leila Hessini
Turkish Women and the Republican Reconstruction of Tradition, by Zehra F. Arat
, by Part Two: The Reconstruction of Identity
Gender, Identity, and Anthropology, by Ruth Behar
Notes from the Village: On the Ethnographic Construction of Women in Iran, by Erika Friedl
Women's Movement of the 1980s in Turkey: Radical Outcome of Liberal Kemalism?, by Yesim Arat
Growing up in Israel: A Personal Perspective, by Rachel Persico
Coming of Age in Occupied Palestine: Engendering the Intifada, by Leila Hudson
Part Three: The Reconstruction of Power
"Metaphors Can Kill": Gender, Power, and the Field of the Literary, by Anne Herrmann
Arab Women Arab Wars, by Miriam Cooke
Arab Male, Hebrew Female: The Lure of Metaphors, by Anton Shammas
Where Has All the Power Gone? Women and Politics in Popular Quarters of Cairo, by Diane Singerman
Keeping It in the Family: Gender and Conflict in Moroccan Arabic Proverbs, by Elizabeth M. Bergman
Bibliography