Cover of: Writing the feminine | edited by Manuela Marín and Randi Deguilhem.

Table of Contents

Click of needles: polygamy as an issue in Arabic popular epic / Remke Kruk
Women in medieval classical Arab poetry / Teresa Garulo
Andalusi proverbs on women / Nadia Lachiri
Palestinian autobiographies: a source for women's history? / Susanne Enderwitz
Women's access to public space according to al-Muḥallā bi-l-Āthār / Camilla Adang
Juridicial sources for the study of women: limitations of the female's capacity to act according to Mālikī law / Cristina de la Puente
Abandoned wives and their possibilities for divorce in al-Andalus: the evidence of the Wathāʼiq works / Amalia Zomeño
Women's history: a study of al-Tanūkhī / Nadia Mari El-Cheikh
Women in Andalusi biographical sources / María Luisa Ávila
A borrowed space: Andalusi and Maghribi women in chronicles / María Jesús Viguera Molíns
Women as prophets in Islam / Maribel Fierro
Images of Lālla ʻAwīsh: a holy woman from Marrakech / Mariëtte van Beek
Between symbol and reality: the image of women in twentieth century Arab art / Silvia Naef.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-265) and index.

Series The Islamic Mediterranean ;, 1


Dewey Decimal Class 305.48/697
Library of Congress BP173.4 .W75 2002

The Physical Object

Pagination xxvi, 278 p. ;
Number of pages 278

ID Numbers

Open Library OL3762513M
ISBN 10 1860646972
LC Control Number 2003467179
OCLC/WorldCat 50434495
Library Thing 6060667
Goodreads 844887

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