Gender on the market Moroccan women and the revoicing of tradition /
|Published:||Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, c1996.|
|Series:||New cultural studies.
Series in contemporary ethnography.
Publications of the American Folklore Society. New series (Unnumbered)
|Online Access:||Link to Gender on the market (access limited to Benedictine University patrons)|
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Table of Contents:
- Transcription and Transliteration
- Acknowledgments Possession by Three Spirits
- Introduction the Dialogic Enterprise of Women in Changing Social Contexts
- Part 1. Women in the Market
- 1. In the Place of the Market
- 2. Sh&tbdot;ara: Competence in Cleverness
- 3. Words of Possession, Possession of Words: The Majduba
- 4. Words About Herbs: Feminine Performance of Oratory in the Marketplace
- 5. Reporting the New, Revoicing the Past: Marketplace Oratory and the Carnivalesque
- Part 2.
- 6. Women on the Market: The Subversive Bride
- 7. Catering to the Sexual Market: Female Performers Defining the Social Body
- 8. Property in the (other) Person: Mothers-In-Law, Working Women, and Maids
- 9. Terms of Talking Back: Women's Discourse on Magic
- 10. Conclusion: Hybridization and the Marketplace
- Appendix 1. Discourse of the Majduba
- Appendix 2
- Subject Index
- Author Index
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