6 edition of Rituals of memory in contemporary Arab women"s writing found in the catalog.
Rituals of memory in contemporary Arab women"s writing
Brinda J. Mehta
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Gender, culture, and politics of the Middle East|
|LC Classifications||PJ7525.2 .M44 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007003006|
The purpose of this study is to explore the limitations of Western conflict resolution approaches when presented in non-Western contexts, highlight the continuing vitality of Arab-Islamic rituals of reconciliation, and identify ways that the United States and other would-be mediators might benefit from a serious appraisal of such rituals. Novelist Salwa Bakr spoke to CASA students this past week about women and Arabic literature, beginning with the s, when, “Every day you would open the window and find a female author writing a new book”. By Elisabeth Jaquette “When I first started to write, people would ask me – ‘Who wrote this for you?’” Salwa Bakr, prominent Egyptian author and critic, explored the.
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Brinda Mehta. ""Arab-American Women’s Writing and Performance charts an Arabic tradition that has migrated through fiction, poetry, performance art and stand-up comedy. Grounded in the ways that the actual translations of The Thousand and One Nights silenced or otherwise undermined its female protagonist, this book engages a rich tradition of cultural Cited by: 5.
Brinda Mehta’s Notions of Identity, Diaspora, and Gender in Caribbean Women's Writing (Palgrave Macmillan, ) uses a unique four-dimensional lens to frame questions of diaspora and gender in the writings of women from Martinique, Guadeloupe, and Haiti.
These divergent and interconnected perspectives include violence, trauma, resistance, and expanded notions of Caribbean. Arab women poets work within one of the oldest literary traditions in the world, yet they are virtually unknown in the West.
Uniting Arab women poets from the all over the Arab World anti abroad, Nathalie Handal has put together an outstanding collection that introduces poets who write in Arabic, French, English, and Swedish, among them some of the twentieth century's most/5.
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Arab women's writing in the modern age began with 'A'isha al-Taymuriya, Warda al-Yaziji, Zaynab Fawwaz, and other nineteenth-century pioneers in Egypt and the Levant.
This unique study-first published in Arabic in looks at the work of those pioneers and then traces the development of Arab women's literature through the end of the twentieth century, and also includes a meticulously. A collection of sixty short stories by women writers from across the Arab world.
Consisting of sixty short stories by forty women writers from across the Arab world, this collection opens numerous windows onto Arab culture and society and offers keen insights into what Arab women feel and think.
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Contemporary Arab women writers, their texts - the entirety of the texts they have produced - have added something, be it a differ-ent perspective, a new tone of voice, or a distinct sensibility formed over centuries of silence and oppression in a world long ruled by pa-triarchy. This sensibility has also been shaped by the multiplicity of.
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Jennifer Browdy de Hernandez et al., ed. Madison. University of Wisconsin Press. xxi + pages. $ isbn African Women Writing Resistance is a compelling and satisfying anthology. It goes beyond presentation of the challenges facing modern African women to feature the ways in which women overcome adversities, how they discern the root causes, and.
Culture of Iran: Iranian Women and Contemporary Memoirs By: Farideh Goldin, There has been an explosion of memoirs by Iranian women writers since the Iranian Revolution of The books are written and published not inside Iran, whose bibliophobic government has killed many writers and their words, but abroad--not in Persian, but in English and French.Examining late twentieth-century autobiographical writing by Arab women novelists, poets, and artists, this anthology explores the ways in which Arab women have portrayed and created their identities within differing social environments.
Even as the collection dismantles standard notions of Arab female subservience, the works presented here go well beyond the confines of those traditional.
But such philosophical and metaphysical writing hardly provides much social insight into the contemporary Middle East. Moreover, most Arab literature in English is translated from Arabic.