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Gender, Religion and Change in the Middle East
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Introduction Inger Marie Okkenhaug and Ingvild Flaskerud 'Justice without Drama: Observations from Gaza City Sharia Court' Nahda Younis Shehada, Institute of Social Studies, the Hague 'From the Army of God to the Israeli Armed Forces: An Interaction Between Two Cultural Models' Yohai Hakak 'To Give the Boys Energy, Manliness, and Self-Command in Temper: The Anglican Male Ideal and St. George's School in Jerusalem, c. 1900-1940' Inger Marie Okkenhaug, University of Bergen, Norway 'Women Students at the American University of Beirut 1920s-1940s' Aleksandra Majstorac Kobiljski 'Women, Social Welfare, and the State in Egypt' Beth Baron, City University of New York 'Nineteenth-Century Protestant Missions and Middle-Eastern Women: An Overview' Heleen Murre-van den Berg, University of Leiden 'The Paradox of the New Islamic Woman in Turkey' Jenny B. White, Boston University 'Visions of Mary in the Middle East: Gender and the Power of a Symbol' Willy Jansen, University of Nijmegen 'An Army of Women Learning Torah' Leah Shakdiel 'Stones and Stories: Engaging with Gender and Complex Emergencies' Nefissa Naguib, Oslo University College 'Tradition and Change: Afghan Women's Contribution to Spiritual Capital' Karin Ask, Christian Michelsen's Institue, Bergen 'Vows, Mediumship and Gender: Women's Votive Meals in Iran' Azam Torab, University of Cambridge

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Also available in hardback, 9781845201982 GBP55.00 (March, 2005)

About the Author

Inger Marie Okkenhaug is a researcher in the Department of History, University of Bergen, Norway. Ingvild Flaskerud is a researcher in the Department of Religious Studies, University of Troms, Norway.

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'Gender, Religion and Change offers an outstanding, original, and unified approach to understanding how Muslim, Christian, and Jewish practices and perspectives on gender and religion have intersected in the Middle East in the past two centuries and today. Comprehensive and accessible to students, scholars, and general readers alike, this book is essential reading.' Dale F. Eickelman, Dartmouth College 'With current perceptions and obsessions about the Middle East and Islam, there is a real need for books like this one, which details the changing mosaic of religious communities and gender roles in the region.' Judy Mabro, author of Veiled Half Truths: Western Travellers' Perceptions of Middle Eastern Women

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