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Islamicate Sexualities

Translations across Temporal Geographies of Desire

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$19.95 • £15.95 • €18.00

ISBN 9780674032040

Publication Date: 09/30/2008

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384 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

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  • Preface [Kathryn Babayan and Afsaneh Najmabadi]
  • The Past Is a Foreign Country? The Times and Spaces of Islamicate Sexuality Studies [Valerie Traub]
  • A Handsome Boy among Those Barbarous Turks: Cervantes’s Muslims and the Art and Science of Desire [Leyla Rouhi]
  • Cross-Dressing and Female Same-Sex Marriage in Medieval French and Arabic Literatures [Sahar Amer]
  • Comparison, Competition, and Cross-Dressing: Cross-Cultural Analysis in a Contested World [Brad Epps]
  • The Obscenity of the Vizier [Frederic Lagrange]
  • Homoerotic Liaisons among the Mamluk Elite in Late Medieval Egypt and Syria [Everett K. Rowson]
  • “In Sprit We Are Each Other’s Sorrow”: Female Companionship in Seventeenth-Century Safavi Iran [Kathryn Babayan]
  • Types, Acts, or What? Regulation of Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century Iran [Afsaneh Najmabadi]
  • Epilogue: Sexual Epistemologies, East in West [Dina Al-Kassim]
  • Bibliography
  • About the Authors
  • Index

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