Counter Fictions and Imaginary Topographies: Auto/Biographical Methodologies and the Construction of Group Knowledge in Evelyn Shakir's Bint Arab: Arab and Arab American Women in the United States

In this contribution, I identify two of Evelyn Shakir's methodological contributions in Bint Arab: Arab and Arab American Women in the United States: counter fictions and imaginary topographies. First, I demonstrate how Shakir's counter fictions complicate Nancy Hartsock's (1997) argu...

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Volume: 12
Main Author: LaRose, Christina Najla
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: The Netherlands Brill 01.10.2014
published in: Hawwa (Leiden) Vol. 12; no. 2-3; pp. 237 - 267
Data of publication: 20141000
ISSN: 1569-2078
1569-2086
1569-2086
EISSN: 1569-2086
Discipline: Women's Studies
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Database: Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature
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