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Women of Deh Koh

lives in an Iranian village

by Erika Friedl

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  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Iran
    • Subjects:
    • Rural women -- Iran -- Biography.,
    • Rural women -- Iran -- Social conditions.,
    • Iran -- Social life and customs.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementErika Friedl.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1735.2 .F75 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 237 p. ;
      Number of Pages237
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2039156M
      ISBN 100874744008
      LC Control Number88015613

      Achieving Honor as a Woman of Deh Koh To many Westerners, the overall plight of females in Iran appears tenuous. It is illegal for females above the age of 9 to appear in public with out their heads veiled and bodies entirely covered. Women cannot serve in certain occupations, such as the military. In this fascinating book, Friedl recounts these women’s personal stories as they relate the strain of their daily activities, their intricate relationships with men, and their hopes, dreams, and fears. Women of Deh Koh is a rare and vivid look at what life is really like for the women of innovationoptimiser.com: Erika Friedl.

      Women and the Ancestors: Black Carib Kinship and Ritual Virginia Kerns Women of Deh Koh Erika Friedl Women of the Forest Yolanda Murphy & Robert Murphy Women of the Shadows: The Wives and Mothers of Southern Italy Ann Cornelisen Daughters of the Dreaming Diane Bell For Their Triumph and for Their Tears: Women in Apartheid South Africa Hilda. Achieving Honor as a Woman of Deh Koh. To many Westerners, the overall plight of females in Iran appears tenuous. It is illegal for females above the age of 9 to appear in public with out their heads veiled and bodies entirely covered.

      Buy Women of Deh Koh: Lives in an Iranian Village 89 edition () by Erika Friedl for up to 90% off at innovationoptimiser.com: Penguin Books, Inc. Achieving Honor as a Woman of Deh Koh To many Westerners, the overall plight of females in Iran appears tenuous. It is illegal for females above the age of 9 to appear in public with out their heads veiled and bodies entirely covered.


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This finely written book gives us a whole new sense of Iran.”—The Washington Post Book World While doing research in the Iranian village of Deh Koh, Erika Friedl was able to quietly observe and record the cloistered lives of women in one of the strictest of all Muslim societies.

"Masterful absorbing. This finely written book gives us a whole new sense of Iran."--The Washington Post Book World While doing research in the Iranian village of Deh Koh, Erika Friedl was able to quietly observe and record the cloistered lives of women in one of the strictest of all Muslim societies.4/5.

The women in "Women of Deh Koh" don't feel sorry for themselves, and neither should we. Ericka Friedl is a gifted writer, and ties all the women's stories together beautifully.

I have read the book close to 20 times, and have walked away more fulfilled each time. This is, perhaps, the best book I've ever read/5. Mar 21,  · Despite their many restrictions, females in Iran are anything but fragile.

Iranian women are proud, strong, and work at changing the society they live in. In Erika Friedl's book, Women of Deh Koh, Lives In An Iranian Village, she shows the reader what it is like to be a woman in Iran. Friedl (Anthropology/Western Michigan Univ.) brings a poetic touch to this vibrant document on the women of an Iranian village.

Friedl has spent five of the past 20 years living in Deh Koh (whose name literally means "mountain village"). Here, she tells 12 stories about the women of the village—with subjects ranging from the commonplace (marrriage and family relationships) to the unusual Author: Erika Friedl.

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First Sentence. After her sixth child (the fourth boy) was weaned and no longer tolerated or demanded being carried and cuddled, Perijan started to dress and feel like an old woman. Cited by: In this fascinating book, Friedl recounts these women's personal stories as they relate the strain of their daily activities, their intricate relationships with men, and their hopes, dreams, and fears.

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Sep 26,  · "Masterful absorbing. This finely written book gives us a whole new sense of Iran."--The Washington Post Book World While doing research in the Iranian village of Deh Koh, Erika Friedl was able to quietly observe and record the cloistered lives 4/5().

Author Friedl, Erika. Title The Women of Deh Koh: Lives in an Iranian Village. Binding Paperback. Book Condition Very Good. Type Paperback. Publisher Penguin Books ISBN Number / Seller ID Erika Friedl is the author of The Women of Deh Koh ( avg rating, ratings, 15 reviews, published ), Children of Deh Koh ( avg rating, 5 ra 4/5.

Anthropologist Erika Friedl -- author of the acclaimed Women of Deh Koh -- once more has crafted a brilliant study of this Iranian village. This time she unearths a world practically unknown by outsiders: the world of the children who live innovationoptimiser.com children of Deh Koh live in a society that is often harsh.

In Erika Friedl’s ‘Women of Deh Koh: Lives in an Iranian Village,’ a beautiful, multi-faceted mosaic is painted, illustrating the every day lives of women in a modern Iranian mountain village dealing with the adversities of domestic power politics, childbirth, infertility, marriage, and old age.

May 14,  · WOMEN OF DEH KOH Lives in an Iranian Village. By Erika Friedl. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press. Cloth, $ Paper, $. Deh Koh means mountain village. It is a fictional name for a real village, one of some 26 in Iran. The book presents stories of village women.

No scientific account of village life nor poetic interpretation of it is seen to express the nature of women's lives more authoritatively than the stories of the village women themselves. The twelve life histories presented are selected from many Cited by: 2.Women of Deh Koh - Lives in an Iranian Village by Erika Friedl.

Penguin Books. Paperback. GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text.

Possible ex library copy, that’ll have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Accessories such as CD, codes, toys, may not be included.Anthropologist Erika Friedl -- author of the acclaimed Women of Deh Koh -- once more has crafted a brilliant study of this Iranian village.

This time she unearths a world practically unknown by outsiders: the world of the children who live there.