Family history in the Middle East household, property, and gender / Beshara Doumani, editor.
|Format:||Book Government Document|
State University of New York Press,
|Series:||SUNY series in the social and economic history of the Middle East
Table of Contents:
- Family and household in mid-nineteenth-century Cairo / Philippe Fargues
- Size and structure of Damascus households in the late Ottoman period as compared with Istanbul households / Tomoki Okawara
- From warrior-grandees to domesticated bourgeoisie: the transformation of the elite Egyptian household into a Western-style nuclear family / Mary Ann Fay
- Women's gold: shifting styles of embodying family relations / Annelies Moors
- "Al-Mahr Zaituna": property and family in the hills facing Palestine, 1880-1940 / Martha Mundy and Richard Saumarez Smith
- Tribal enterprises and marriage issues in twentieth-century Iran / Erika Friedl
- Adjudicating family: the Islamic court and disputes between kin in greater Syria, 1700-1860 / Beshara Doumani
- Text, court, and family in late-nineteenth-century Palestine / Iris Agmon
- Property, language, and law: conventions of social discourse in seventeenth-century Tarablus al-Sham / Heather Ferguson
- Ambiguous modernization: the transition to monogamy in the Khedival house of Egypt / Kenneth M. Cuno
- "Queen of the house?": making immigrant Lebanese families in the Mahjar / Akram F. Khater.