Skip to main content
Princeton Mobile homeCourses home

Ethnography of Gender and Islam

NES 515/GSS 515

Info tab content
This course explores ethnographic approaches to the study of gender, Islam, and inequality. It surveys the theoretical approaches used to study the intersection of religious practices, gender, and sexuality. Topics include religious women's agency; queer and transgender agency; self and subjectivity; religious law, ethics and politics; governance and the state; and progress, secularism, imperialism and modernity.
Instructors tab content
Sections tab content

Section S01