Pleasurable Places: Muslim Women and their Mileus
This paper will deal with the notion of pleasure as derived from a particular environment by Muslim women.
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The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 8, pp.35-38.
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Dr. Fawzia Ahmad received her Ph.D. in French language and literatures at Boston University in 1996. She currently teaches for two departments at the University of Colorado, Boulder: French and Italian and Women and Gender Studies. Dr. Ahmad has published several articles and a book: “A Study of Land and Milieu in the Early Writings of Algerian-born authors: Albert Camus, Mouloud Feraoun, and Mohammed Dib.” (Edwin Mellen Press: New York, 2005). Her scholarly interests include Francophone literature, feminist thought, and gender in Islam.
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