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Nubian Women of West Aswan: Negotiating Tradition and Change download ebook
ISBN:
1588266419
ISBN13:
978-1588266415
Author:
Anne M. Jennings
Publisher:
Lynne Rienner; 2nd edition (November 30, 2008)
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171 pages
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1388 kb
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1782 kb
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4.7

She initially chose to study Nubian women because as an Africanist (at least at the outset) she wanted to examine points of resemblance and distinction with other Muslim ethnicities to the south and west of Nubia.

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Negotiating Tradition and Change. Descriptions of daily routines will bring the people of West Aswan alive to readers

Negotiating Tradition and Change. Describes in detail the life cycle of a typical woman, including information on dress, infibulation, giving birth, childhood socialization, courtsh. Descriptions of daily routines will bring the people of West Aswan alive to readers. International Journal of Middle East Studies It is gratifying to welcome this Nubian ethnography from a scholar with Jennings’s empathetic concerns and privileged identity.

Anne Margaret Jennings, American Anthropologist, consultant. Treasurer African Cultural Arts Council, Bowers Museum, Santa Ana, California, 1995-1997. Member American Anthropol. HXEYI/?tag prabook0b-20.

The People of West Aswan. Growing Up Female in West Aswan. Growing Up Male in West Aswan.

Anne M. Jennings is a consulting cultural anthropologist. The People of West Aswan. West Aswan in Transition. No paperback rights in the Middle East.

Although Anne Jennings is far from the first to write on Nubians in Egypt, most other studies have .

Although Anne Jennings is far from the first to write on Nubians in Egypt, most other studies have been conducted in the context of the relocation projects during, and after, the construction of the High Dam at Aswan, while hers is about an existing and continuing community. The majority of ethnographic studies were conducted in the 1960s or early 1970s; hers is contemporary.

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During a recent trip to visit friends in the village of West Aswan, cultural anthropologist Jennings realized how dated her 1995 The Nubians of West Aswan: Village Women in the Midst of Change had become. Here she updates her ethnographic study to incorporate cultural changes relating to the growth in both population and size of the town, the new bridge across the Nile and resulting flood of tourists, new styles in clothing and dwellings, and new attitudes. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)