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Author: AMIN, CAMRON MICHAEL. Title: The Making of the Modern Iranian Woman: Gender, State Policy, and Popular Culture, 1865-1946.
Description: Gainesville, University Press of Florida, 2002. BRAND NEW. Virgin copy, not yet traded. Royal 8vo. Pp. xii, 320. With 19 halftone illustrations (some full-page), 4 tables; notes, bibliography, index. Hardcover, half cloth, lettered in silver, without dust-jacket as issued. ISBN: 08130247140813024714 ¶ ~ First edition. The first book to explore the Women's Awakening Project in Iran. Drawing on a combination of archival data, oral history, diplomatic sources, and contemporary press reports, the book focuses on the relationship between the Iranian state and its female citizens. It examines the links between state policy, popular culture, and individual memory, and provides crucial background for understanding the current debate between hard-liners and reformers in Iran.
Keywords: Islamic Islam Muslim Muslims Middle East Political Studies Social Economy History Mohammedan Women studies feminism
Price: EUR 64.00 = appr. US$ 69.56 Seller: Librarium of The Hague
- Book number: 0432
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