Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures: Methodologies, paradigms and sources
Suad Joseph, Afsaneh Najmabadi
Brill, 2003 - Religion - 682 pages
A special feature of this six volume work is the first volume, devoted to an in-depth overview of all available research resources - an indispensable point of departure for scholars moving into gender studies and the Islamic world.
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6th to 9th Century Amira Sonbol
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