Women of Fes: Ambiguities of Urban Life in Morocco

Women of Fes: Ambiguities of Urban Life in Morocco

written by Rachel Newcomb, in Contemporary Ethnography (Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009, originally published 2009), 248 page(s)

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Field of Interest
Anthropology
Author
Rachel Newcomb
Copyright Message
Copyright © 2009 by University of Pennsylvania Press
Content Type
Ethnography
Anthropologist / Ethnographer
Rachel Newcomb
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
2009
Page Count
248
Publication Year
2009
Publisher
University of Pennsylvania Press
Place Published / Released
Philadelphia, PA
Subject
Anthropology, Social Sciences, Cultural anthropology, Moroccan, Women, Urban life, Gossip, Social reforms, Patriarchies, Kinship nomenclature, Singing, Communities, Antropologia Cultural, Antropología Cultural, Women, Continuity, Chaos, Community, Singing, Public, Kinship, NGO, Solidarity, Patriarchy, Reform, Rumors, Ideology, Urban life, Ambiguity, Fez, Fès-Boulemane, Ethnography, Moroccans
Series / Program
Contemporary Ethnography
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Antropologia Cultural, Antropología Cultural, Women, Continuity, Chaos, Community, Singing, Public, Kinship, NGO, Solidarity, Patriarchy, Reform, Rumors, Ideology, Urban life, Ambiguity

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