In this article I will be taking a look at the Awlad ‘Ali, a Bedouin tribe in the northwest of Egypt, and their perception of social modesty called hasham as seen in Lila Abu Lughod’s classic ethnography, Veiled… Read more.
Written: November 17, 2000“Peptides are the sheet music containing the notes, phrases, and rhythms that allow the orchestra—your body—to play as an integrated entity. And the music that results is the tone or feeling that… Read more.
Written: October 19, 2001 Introduction:The topic for this article is women’s practical healing and spirituality in the Middle East; how does Islam mold women’s spiritual lives since so much of their time is spent in… Read more.
Written: 4/26/01During the time of the Roman Empire there was much exchange between cultures in the way of poetry, music, dance, art, and storytelling. Despite the fact that war and conquering new lands means pillaging,… Read more.