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Ethnography of an Iranian village

Soraya Qaimmaqami Noland

Ethnography of an Iranian village

by Soraya Qaimmaqami Noland

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Published by State University of New York at Buffalo, c1976. in [Buffalo, N.Y.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iran -- Social life and customs.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSoraya Qaimmaqami Noland.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 293 leaves :
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22012385M

    Last Scene Underground: An Ethnographic Novel of Iran Leili could not have imagined that arriving late to Islamic morals class would change the course of her life. But her arrival catches the eye of a young man, and a chance meeting soon draws Leili into a new circle of friends and artists. "Literary romance and ethnography are joined in perfect dialogue in Last Scene e Varzi has written a rare, powerful book that is both a whirlwind story of how it feels to be young and idealistic during the time of the Green Movement, and a pointed reckoning with the state of censorship in Iran .

    Read "Guests of the Sheik An Ethnography of an Iraqi Village" by Elizabeth Warnock Fernea available from Rakuten Kobo. A delightful, well-written, and vastly informative ethnographic study, this is an account of Fernea's two-year stay in a. "Friction is a wonderful, moving, absolutely beautiful book. One of the most important books in anthropology to appear in the past decade, it defines a field rather than simply fitting into one. This is the first sustained ethnography by a major anthropologist of Indonesia to address the post-Soeharto period.

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Mary Hegland’s book does both, describing the Iranian revolution of as experienced in the village of “Aliabad,” near Shiraz. Hegland begins with a refreshingly frank discussion of fieldwork limitations and challenges, as an American during this volatile period of Iranian-US relations.

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The author illustrates those cases when a person has to confront various behavioral norms. “Masterful absorbing. This finely written book gives us a whole new sense of Iran.”—The Washington Post Book World While doing research in the Iranian village of Deh Koh, Erika Friedl was able to quietly observe and record the cloistered lives of women in one of the strictest of all Muslim by: Download Guests Of The Sheik An Ethnography Of An Iraqi Village.

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Outside of Shiraz in the Fars Province of southwestern Iran lies Aliabad. Mary Hegland arrived in this then-small agricultural village of several thousand people in the summer ofunaware of the momentous changes that would sweep this town and this country in the months ahead.

She became the only American researcher to witness the Islamic Revolution firsthand over her eighteen-month stay. In this ethnography of contemporary youth culture in Iran's capital, Shahram Khosravi examines how young Tehranis struggle for identity in the battle over the right to self-expression.

Khosravi looks closely at the strictures confronting Iranian youth and the ways transnational cultural influences penetrate and s: This book is a late s ethnography of a small shiite village in rural Iraq. The information in this book is 60 years old. Elizabeth Fernea married her husband in and followed him to Iraq so he could finish his doctorate in anthropology.

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Her other books include "A Street in Marrakesh" and "A View of the Nile." After leaving Al Nahra inshe had a rare opportunity to catch up with some of her old village friends inthe details of which you can read in "The Arab World," a book she co-wrote with her husband.

Mary Hegland is the exception in this extremely important book. Contrary to the American stereotypical view of Iran as a repressed and repressive society, Professor Hegland follows events in a small Iranian village that grew into a small city and prospered after the s: 8.

Elizabeth Warnock Fernea and her husband Robert Fernea traveled to the Arab world for the first time in After writing Guests of the Sheik, her first book, Professor Fernea wrote The Arab World with Robert Fernea, as well as books about Egypt and also made five films about the lives of Arab women.

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