Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures: Family, Law and Politics
Suad Joseph, Afsāna Naǧmābādī
BRILL, 2003 - Social Science - 837 pages
Family, Law and Politics, Volume II of the Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures, brings together over 360 entries on women, family, law, politics, and Islamic cultures around the world.
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