RECONCEIVING MUSLIM MEN: Love and Marriage, Family and Care in Precarious Times
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.
This volume, edited by Nefissa Naguib and Marcia C. Inhorn provides intimate anthropological accounts of Muslim men’s everyday lives in the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and diasporic communities in the West. Amid increasing political turmoil and economic precarity, Muslim men around the world are enacting nurturing roles as husbands, sons, fathers, and community members, thereby challenging broader systems of patriarchy and oppression. By focusing on the ways in which Muslim men care for those they love, this volume challenges stereotypes and showcases Muslim men’s humanity.
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