Between rites and rights : excision in women's experiential texts and human contexts /
Modern African women writers have introduced a new autobiographical discourse around their experience of excision that brings nuance to the female genital mutilation debate. Spanning pharaonic times through classical antiquity to the onset of the 21st century, this study shows how this experiential...
|Published:||Stanford, Calif. : Stanford university press, 2007.|
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