Sep 22, 2020  
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HI 345 - The Body in Middle East


Credits: 3
An exploration of a diverse range of scholarship on the body in the pre-modern and modern Middle East. Students will investigate how historians have used the body as an object of study and lens through which to make broader arguments about a specific time period and a set of historical transformations. Students will examine topics such as reproduction, the interconnections between law and the body, sexuality and gender, colonialism, corporeal discipline, dress, new visual culture(s), disability, revolutionary bodies, and pious bodies.
Note(s): Fulfills social sciences and non-western requirements; fulfills humanistic inquiry and global cultural perspsective.
M. Yildiz



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