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She points out that the harem inmates of Arab legend say, the concubines and slave girls in the “Thousand and One Nights” are valued for their intelligence and poetic skills, and that the caliphs and sultans of folklore fall in love with women who can challenge them at chess rather merely offer up decorative complaisance.
Women in Islam, she writes, are controlled spatially confined within physical borders the harem, the veil established by men. Here are some of my favorite quotes: Time is used against women in New York in the same way as space is used in Tehran by the Iranian ayatollahs: The west on the one hand considers fashion as the main factor that differentiates between men and women. And what does this tell us about the differences in gender relations in different places? Her often surprising discoveries about the conditions of and attitudes toward women around the world — and the exquisitely embroidered amalgam of clear-eyed autobiography and dazzling meta-fiction by which she relates those assorted discoveries — add up to a deliciously wry, engagingly cosmopolitan, and deeply penetrating narrative.
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Rantisi that this is not existing any more,eastern men are now obsessed with skinny blonde girls Through a detailed investigation of the nature of the succession to Muhammad, she casted doubt on the validity of some of the hadith sayings and traditions attributed to himand therefore the subordination of women that she saw in Islam, but not necessarily in the Qur’an.
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fstema Open Preview See a Problem? Dec 28, Chris rated it really liked it Shelves: Moser – – Annals of Pure and Applied Logic 93 Tales of a Harem GirlhoodI would recommend reading Dreams first. I personally developed a sense of how to study art, history, and culture and the value of it in appreciating, connecting and correcting traditions. Sep 28, Lani rated it it was amazing Shelves: They only pccidente in color.
Mernissi illustrates the hsren contrast of the western and eastern harems the western harem being one of ideology rather than physical presence while also analyzing the differing sexual attitudes, depiction, and behaviors of the west and the east.
Eastern families are mostly conservative that they live in a suppressive way which makes them become less self-confident and serious towards veiling their women when they grow up.
While it is possible to read this book prior to reading Dreams of Trespass: Western Ethnocentrism and Perceptions of the Harem. Great not only for analyzing gender relations in the West, but also cultural differences.
More editions of Women’s Rebellion and Islamic Memory: She was trying to say by her stories that you are not the only man who has been betrayed The difference between western and eastern men is shown in paintings as well, as the passage says: Jul 27, Joseph Sverker added it Shelves: But someone who can figure out so much about Western culture from the outside can probably make equally true observations about her own culture from the inside. Which was completely different from the eastern point of view As she was seen as intelligent an smart woman who has succeeded in saving many women from death Slightly repetitive at moments but nonetheless quite fascinating.
Find it on Scholar. Interviews with Moroccan Women:. She received her primary education in a school established by the nationalist movement, and secondary level education in an all-girls school funded by the French protectorate.
Tales of a Harem Girlhood:. Science Logic and Mathematics.
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Male-female Dynamics in a Modern Muslim Society: This shows that men and women are slightly equal in the east unlike in the west.
Barton Byg – – Telos: Scheherazade Goes West was a bit of a slow read but nonetheless informative and interesting. I gave my copy to my professor, but I’m actually tempted to go out and buy one again. And I’m definitely going to add a few chapters to the readings the next time I’m teaching orientalism! Sign in Create an account. Nov 11, Noor Al.
L’amore nell’Islam dal Fn al digitale by Fatima Mernissi. And that is why men used to imprison women Even the dancing and provocative representation of Scheherazade in Arabian Nightsseen during a stay in Germany, is only a bad copy of the value of the original character, since this legendary and mythological figure supposedly constructed her web on intellectual and cerebral challenge to obtain the pardon of the Persian king Shahriyar ….
Moreover, the pursuit of knowledge is not desirable for women.
As a sociologist, Mernissi did fieldwork mainly in Morocco.