Tag: marriage

Politicizing the demand – White Marriage in Iran

آیدا فلاح , December 16th, 2020


Politicizing the demand White Marriage in Iran , Although the protests against the compulsory hijab in Iran have been politicized, this has not demoralized women activists, some observers…


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The Nexus between the Temporary Marriage and Early Child Marriages

آیدا فلاح , November 23rd, 2020


Abstract The Nexus between the Temporary Marriage and Early Child Marriages The present study is a step towards deeper understanding of the phenomenon of Temporary Marriage (TM) and…


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Temporary Marriage an Approved Way of Submission

آیدا فلاح , November 22nd, 2020


Abstract Temporary Marriage-An Approved Way of Submission Temporary marriage is a multi-dimensional topic.  It allows Muslim men and women to be considered as husband and wife for a…


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Temporary Marriage an Approved Way of Submission

Kameel ahmady , September 30th, 2020


Research Article Temporary Marriage-An Approved Way of Submission Kameel Ahmady www.kameelahmady.com Kameel.ahmady@gmail.com Abstract Temporary marriage is a multi-dimensional topic.  It allows Mus…


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Finding Home

Alexandra Frankel , July 11th, 2019


As Neil Armstrong stepped onto the moon my mother leapt toward marriage in Tehran. The night of the moon landing fell in the middle of a hectic week…


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What Is This Lahu Thing Called Love?

Alexandra Frankel , January 28th, 2019


How pop music videos perform a simultaneously Lahu and modern identity. As the music video begins, we see a young man waiting anxiously, peering through a gate. A…


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Love and the Pursuit of Home after War

Alexandra Frankel , January 25th, 2019


Among Acholis, ideals of home and a good life are resilient even if everyday realities increasingly diverge from such aspirations. There is a tendency to think about love…


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Beyond Stereotypes: Success, failure, and the complexity of women’s education in Iran

Simon Theobald , August 22nd, 2018


During my 15 months of fieldwork in Iran, the gripe that a bachelor’s degree was now equivalent to that of a high school certificate from a few years…


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Native Kinships and Wealth among the Middle Chinookans

David G. Lewis' Ethnohistory Research, LLC , May 31st, 2018


Native kinships are incredibly complex. They do not follow the nice neat patterns of kinship that Americans have adopted from their European ancestors. Native peoples did not only…


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#Podcast Interview Round Up May-August: New Books in Anthropology – REDUX

Ian M. Cook , September 22nd, 2016


It’s once again time for us to help your eardrums get some anthropological loving in collaboration with our dear friends, New Books in Anthropology. Below you’ll find a…


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Dreaming of the Inevitable – A Lecture by Samuli Schielke

Samuli Schielke , February 17th, 2016


Today we are pleased to share this talk by our ‘Allie’ Samuli Schielke. The talk is titled ‘Dreaming of the Inevitable: How Money, Morals and Destiny Come Together When Young Egyptia…


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Up the Anthropologist – Anthropology Day, Jukebox, Migration & Breakfast

Miia Halme-Tuomisaari , February 15th, 2016


Hello everyone – it’s yet another glorious Allegra week! Fine, admittedly the weather in some parts of the world (aka where this post is being written) does not…


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Women on the market: Internet romance in Cameroon

John Postill , January 23rd, 2016


I am currently posting on this blog some notes under the broad theme of media and change in preparation for the volume Postill, J., E. Ardevol and S….


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How creating your own ritual can bring surprisingly deep meaning

Carie Little Hersh , November 9th, 2015


New Year’s Eve of 2007 was grim. My husband and I hosted a party of battered friends, most of whom were under the age of 35. Within the…


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Anthropology Blogs 2014

Jason Antrosio , February 7th, 2014


Update 2015: This is the archive page for 2014 Anthropology Blogs. Click Anthropology Blogs 2015 for a current list and see also the Anthropology Blogs 2013 and 2012…


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