Pakistani women : multiple locations and competing narratives / edited by Sadaf Ahmad.
- Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
- Oxford in Pakistan readings in sociology and social anthropology.
Oxford in Pakistan readings in sociology and social anthropology
x, 316 p. ; 23 cm.
- Women -- Pakistan -- Social conditions.
- The multiple locations and competing narratives of Pakistani women / Sadaf Ahmad
Within the walls: home-based work in Lahore / Anita M. Weiss
Women in Lok (folk) theatre / Fouzia Saeed
Women and poverty: salient findings from a gendered analysis of a quasi-anthropological study in rural Punjab and Sindh / Lubna Nazir Chaudhry
Gender, citizenship, and the nation-state in Pakistan; wilful daughters or free citizens? / Amina Jamal
Locating the feminist voice: the debate on the Zina ordinance / Shahnaz Khan
Gender and the poetics of chronic ill-health: British Pakistani experiences / Kaveri Harriss
The partitions of self: Mohajir women's sense of identity and nationhood / Rubina Saigol
Death and celebration among Muslim women: a case study from Pakistan / Amineh Ahmed
Fascination with 'difference': democratizing anthropology, conducting fieldwork among equals / Shahla Haeri.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Ahmad, Sadaf.
- 9780195477054 (hbk.)
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