MUSMAR Work-in-progress Meeting: 18 – 20 June 2018
Panel ‘Carving Out Spaces For Intimacy: Ethnographies Of Relationships In North Africa’ organised by Iris Kolman, University Of Amsterdam, WOCMES Seville, 19 July 2018.
CHAIR: Dina Zbeidy
DISCUSSANT: Samuli Schielke
Aymon Kreil, University Of Ghent: ‘Marriage even tough. Customary marriage in Egypt, or the precarious conciliation of contradicting desires’
Iris Kolman, University Of Amsterdam: ‘Happily unmarried in Tunis: an ethnographic study of cohabitation through the lens of space’
Meriam Cheikh, The University Of Edinburgh: ‘The intimate life of the disenfranchised and criminalised Moroccan working-class youth’
Annerienke Fioole, University Of Amsterdam Department Of Anthropology: ‘Befitting doubt. Moroccan couples’ establishment of covert intimacies within their core social networks’
Miriyam Aouragh, University Of Amsterdam: ‘‘Ash al sha’b: Married to the Revolution’
We are a partner in the upcoming conference in Erlangen,11-12 October, initiated by Yafa Shanneik (Birmingham University)
Eheschliessungen und Scheidungen unter muslimischen Flüchtlingen in Deutschland: Juristische und sozialwissenschaftliche Untersuchungsansätze.
For the call for papers, see CfP Erlangen marriage conference Please note that the conference language is German (papers may be presented in English)