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Each of us individually drew on our disciplinary perspectives patronage of the arts and architecture, court politics, and trade to collectively narrate the formation of networks of Armenian and Georgian slaves who shaped the political and cultural life of Safavi Isfahan. My scholarship has gained much by thinking about gender and sexuality historically. Diverging from the historiographic tradition that has marginalized the constructs of gender and sexuality beyond the concerns of history proper, we invited historians and literary scholars to think about culture and history through the analytical frames of gender and sexuality. The specificity of queering Islamicate history and culture was productive for rethinking tropes for masculinity, pederasty or effeminacy produced by orientalist discourses. Monumental public writing and the more intimate writing on paper reveal a larger cultural turn towards literacy.

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Together with my colleague Afsaneh Najamabadi, we co-edited the volume Islamicate Sexualties. She specializes in Iranian studies nation of origin so thats the perspective she lectures from. Very helpful, and expert in her fireld. I dont know why everyone is complaining, she is strict, but the class is so easy if you are good at memorizing I am interested in the multiplication of materials, both visual and literary for writing in and about the city.

Her own bias always manages to sneak babatan to the lecture, even of it has nothing to do with the topic. Masters in International and Regional Studies. Comparative literature — European and Babaan.

University of Sydney Library. Literature, Comparative — European and Persian. Responds to critics Historians in the News. Skip to content Skip to search. Hope you had a good semester. These 3 locations in New South Wales: She pushed every student in the class to do their best but it ended up being incredibly rewarding.

Types, acts, or what? I am interested in the multiplication of materials, both visual and literary for writing in and about the city. Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. Writing and painting on paper, the attention to subjective knowledge production, and its assemblage into household anthologies represents different ways of experiencing individual sovereignty. These 4 locations in Victoria: Even in the early modern period, some denizens of Islamdom continued to hope for a utopia despite aborted promises and expectations.

The University of Sydney. Babayan focuses solely on Islam and thats where her bias comes in. Babqyan details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x Each of babatan individually drew on our disciplinary perspectives patronage of the arts and architecture, court politics, and trade to collectively narrate the formation of networks of Armenian and Georgian slaves who shaped the political and cultural life of Safavi Isfahan.

This book rethinks the Armenian people as significant actors in the context of Mediterranean and global history. Level of Difficulty 3. Most Related.

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KATHRYN BABAYAN PDF

Voodoozil Kathryn Babayan — Canary Mission Concerned with the dynamic interplay between cultural constructions babayaj gender and sexuality, the anthology moves across disciplinary fields, integrating literary criticism with social and cultural katuryn, and establishes a dialogue among historians Kathryn Babayan, Frederic Lagrange, Afsaneh Najmabadi, and Everett Rowsoncomparative literary scholars Sahar Amer and Leyla Rouhiand critical theorists of sexualities Valerie Traub, Brad Epps, and Dina Al-Kassim. Responds to critics Historians in the News. Ann Arbor, MI umhistory umich. Monumental public writing and the more intimate writing on paper reveal a larger cultural turn towards literacy. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. What is less understood is the extent to which the Safavid success depended on an elite originating from outside Iran: Highlighted Work and Publications. Kathryn Babayan University of Michigan — She is definitely tough but she is willing to put in the work with you to make sure you grow from the experience of taking her class.

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Islamicate Sexualities

Each of us individually drew on our disciplinary perspectives patronage of the arts and architecture, court politics, and trade to collectively narrate the formation of networks of Armenian and Georgian slaves who shaped the political and cultural life of Safavi Isfahan. My scholarship has gained much by thinking about gender and sexuality historically. Diverging from the historiographic tradition that has marginalized the constructs of gender and sexuality beyond the concerns of history proper, we invited historians and literary scholars to think about culture and history through the analytical frames of gender and sexuality. The specificity of queering Islamicate history and culture was productive for rethinking tropes for masculinity, pederasty or effeminacy produced by orientalist discourses. Our discussions resulted in a collective reimagining of Islamicate history.

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See all: Harvard Middle Eastern Monographs Focusing on idealists and visionaries who believed that Justice could reign in our world, this book explores the desire to experience utopia on earth. Reluctant to await another existence—another form, or eternal life following death and resurrection—individuals with ghuluww, or exaggeration, emerged at the advent of Islam, expecting to attain the apocalyptic horizon of Truth. Even in the early modern period, some denizens of Islamdom continued to hope for a utopia despite aborted promises and expectations. The Safavis succeeded in establishing an empire, but their revolutionary sensibilities were exposed to erasures and expulsion into the realms of heresy. The social settings in which such beliefs were performed in early modern Iran are highlighted in order to tease out the relationship between discourse and practice, narrating the ways in which a Persianate ethos uncovered new Islamic identities Alid and Sufi.

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