In this article published in Public Anthropologist Nefissa Naguib explores humanitarian shame among local providers of aid in Norway.
Nefissa Naguib has contributed with a chapter that reviews the uses of family in the anthropology of Egypt. The chapter explains a shift from an anthropological critique of the discourse power of family toward the analytical treatment of family as a broader category of the ethnographic study.
In this book, edited by Nefissa Naguib and Marcia C. Inhorn, we get an intimate look at the everyday lives of muslim men that challenges common stereotypes.
Astrid Stensrud focuses on the driving forces behind social differences in southern Peru