Family History In The Middle East / Edition 1

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Overview

Challenges conventional assumptions about the family and the modern Middle East.
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Meet the Author

Beshara Doumani is Associate Professor of History at the University of California at Berkeley and the author of Rediscovering Palestine: Merchants and Peasants in Jabal Nablus, 1700–1900.

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Table of Contents

Note on Transliteration and Pronunciation

List of Tables and Figures

1. Introduction
Beshara Doumani

I. Family and Household

2. Family and Household in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Cairo
Philippe Fargues

3. Size and Structure of Damascus Households in the Late Ottoman Period as Compared with Istanbul Households
Tomoki Okawara

4. From Warrior-Grandees to Domesticated Bourgeoisie: The Transformation of the Elite Egyptian Household into a Western-style Nuclear Family
Mary Ann Fay

II. Family, Gender, and Property

5. Women's Gold: Shifting Styles of Embodying Family Relations
Annelies Moors

6. "Al-Mahr Zaituna": Property and Family in the Hills Facing Palestine, 1880-1940
Martha Mundy and Richard Saumarez Smith

7. Tribal Enterprises and Marriage Issues in Twentieth-Century Iran
Erika Friedl

III. Family and the Praxis of Islamic Law

8. Adjudicating Family: The Islamic Court and Disputes between Kin in Greater Syria, 1700-1860
Beshara Doumani

9. Text, Court, and Family in Late-Nineteenth-Century Palestine
Iris Agmon

10. Property, Language, and Law: Conventions of Social Discourse in Seventeenth-Century Tarablus al-Sham
Heather Ferguson

IV. Family as a Discourse

11. Ambiguous Modernization: The Transition to Monogamy in the Khedival House of Egypt
Kenneth M. Cuno

12. "Queen of the House?" Making Immigrant Lebanese Families in the Mahjar
Akram F. Khater

Bibliography

Contributors

Index

SUNY series in the Social and Economic History of the Middle East

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