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ANTH 1911 Gender and Sexuality in the Middle East

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Maan Alsahoui
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Rockefeller Library
Room A16
(401) 863-3394

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Starting in mid-September, open hours in the lobby of the Watson Institute, Stephen Robert '62 Hall, 280 Brook Street:Mon, Wed: 12:30-1:30pm

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Rockefeller Library A42
401.863.3581 (email for a more prompt response)

Description

The aim of this course is to offer an overview of the key issues in the study of gender and sexuality in the Middle East. It will provide a gendered understanding of prevailing structures, ideologies, social practices and trends for those students interested in Middle East societies, cultures and politics, as well as those interested in women and gender studies. While the course focuses on anthropological approaches, it is interdisciplinary in scope, with readings and theoretical underpinnings ranging from anthropology to history, sociology, and political science, cultural and media studies.

 

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Librarian

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Maan Alsahoui
Contact:
Rockefeller Library
Room A16
(401) 863-3394