2015 60 Isbn Muslim Midwives The Craft Of Birthing In The Premodern Middle East Cambridge Studies In Islamic Civilization Avner Giladi Amazonca Kindle Storethis Book Reconstructs The Role Of Midwives In Medieval To Early Modern Islamic History Through A. Buy Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization by Avner Giladi ISBN: 9781107054219 from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization English Edition eBook: Giladi, Avner:: Kindle-Shop. Mar 28, 2016 · Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East treats childbirth from a similar perspective. The birth and reception of an infant into the family and society, Giladi underlines, exposes the fundamental characteristics of the life experience in a society. Muslim midwives: the craft of birthing in the premodern Middle East. [Avner Gilʻadi] -- This book reconstructs the role of midwives in medieval to early modern Islamic history through a careful reading of a wide range of classical and medieval Arabic sources.
Books consider Islamic history and culture from the seventh to the nineteenth century. General Editors: Chase F. Robinson, The Graduate Center, City University of New York Editorial Boards: Michael Cook, Princeton University, New Jersey, Maribel Fierro, Spanish National Research Council, Alan Mikhail, Yale University, Connecticut, David O. Morgan, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Intisar Rabb. Cambridge University Press Illustrationer black & white illustrations Volymtitel Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East Dimensioner 241 x 165 x 19 mm Vikt 408 g Antal komponenter 1 Komponenter 9:B&W 6 x 9 in or 229 x 152 mm Case Laminate on Creme w/Gloss Lam ISBN 9781107054219. Feb 01, 2018 · Muslim Midwives by Avner Giladi, 9781107646810, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Avner Giladi is professor emeritus in the Department of Middle East History, University of Haifa. He is interested in the history of childhood and education, family history, history of women and. Nov 01, 2014 · Avner Giladi. 3.43 · Rating details ·. The author casts the midwife's social status in premodern Islam as a privileged position from which she could mediate between male authority in patriarchal society and female reproductive power within th.more. Get A Copy. Kindle Store $26.00. Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization 1.
Read "Muslim Midwives The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East" by Avner Giladi available from Rakuten Kobo. This book reconstructs the role of midwives in medieval to early modern Islamic history through a careful reading of a w. For similar compilations in the Middle East and North Africa, see Giladi, Avner, Children of Islam: Concepts of Childhood in Medieval Muslim Society Houndmills/London: Macmillan, 1992, 4 – 8. See also Castells, Margarita, “Medicine in Al-Andalus until the Fall of the Caliphate,” in The Formation of al-Andalus, ed. Fierro, Maribel. Giladi, Muslim Midwives, 2014, Buch, 978-1-107-05421-9. Bücher schnell und portofrei.
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Dec 15, 2015 · Muslim Midwives The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East Avner Giladi University of Haifa, Israel This book reconstructs the role of midwives in. Feb 01, 2018 · Muslim Midwives The Craft Of Birthing In The Premodern Middle East de Avner Giladi. idioma: Inglês. Editor: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS. Edição ou reimpressão: fevereiro de 2018. Cambridge Studies In Islamic Civilization Classificação Temática. The author casts the midwife's social status in premodern Islam as a privileged position from which she could mediate between male authority in patriarchal society and female reproductive power within the family. This study also takes a broader historical view of midwifery in the Middle East by examining the tensions between learned medicine. Islam, Orientalism and Intellectual History: Modernity and the Politics of Exclusion since Ibn Khaldun Library of Middle East History. Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East. Cambridge University Press. Avner Giladi. ibn 472. vol 421. women 384. muh 360. ammad 310. midwives 290. midwife 284. birth 282. islamic. The Middle Ages series BSB-Signatur: 2014.54199 - ISBN 978-0-8122-4669-8 Arner, Lynn Chaucer, Gower, and the vernacular rising: poetry and the problem of the populace after 1381 / Lynn Arner University Park, Pa. - Pennsylvania State Univ. Press - 2013 BSB-Signatur: 2015.2819 - ISBN 978-0.
Avner Giladi’s panoramic study Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East opens by setting forth the views of midwifery presented by two authors of sharply contrast- ing sensibilities and approaches, the fifteenth-century historian and proto-sociologist Ibn Khaldūn and. Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East, Cambridge University Press, 2015 This is the first book dedicated to the social history of midwifery in the Middle East, focusing on the relationship and tensions between formal and informal medicine, male and female roles, and the onset of Western methods. Buy Midwifery at WHSmith. We have a great range of Midwifery from top brands. Delivery is free on all UK orders over £25. A Keleti Gyűjtemény új beszerzésű külföldi könyvei. 2015 /1. szám. A listában minden könyvet csak egy tudományterülethez soroltunk be, ezért a határterületek.
A. Giladi, Muslim midwives: the craft of birthing in the premodern middle east Cambridge, 2014 M. Green, 'Documenting medieval women's medical practice' in L. Garcia Ballester et al eds, Practical medicine from Salerno to the black death Cambridge, 1994, 322-55. New from Cambridge University Press: Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East by Avner Giladi. About the book, from the publisher:This book reconstructs the role of midwives in medieval to early modern Islamic history through a careful reading of a wide range of classical and medieval Arabic sources. ii. General works P.A. Baker, H. Nijdam and K. van't Land eds, Medicine and space: body, surroundings, and borders in antiquity and the Middle Ages Leiden, 2012 S. Campbell, B. Hall and D. Klausner eds, Health, disease and healing in medieval culture Health, disease and healing in.
Réseau de recherche en histoire de la santé. mercredi 31 décembre 2014. Bonne année 2015. Avner Giladi is Professor of Islamic Studies in the Department of Middle East History at the University of Haifa. and Muslim Midwives: The Craft of Birthing in the Premodern Middle East.
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