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“Divorce Among Indian Muslims. Survey Report from Bombay and Pune”

Sbriccoli, Tommaso (12 déc. 2011)

Munira Merchant, 1993, “Divorce Among Indian Muslims. Survey Report from Bombay and Pune”, Manushi, 77 (July-August): 9-12. This really short paper is interesting because it is based on a survey on a wide sample (100 couples) of Muslim divorced women and highlights important aspects of disputes ...

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Field Notes - Sample n. 2 by Tommaso Sbriccoli

Holden, Livia (30 juin 2012)

I arrived in India on the 17th of May 2012 and reached Madhya Pradesh on the 22nd of the same month. Initially, I took a room in a hotel in the city of Dewas, where I spent the first 15 days of my staying. I had in fact to access a fieldwork which was new to me, and so to proceed with caution in ...

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Pakistan: Bill against Women's Disinheritance

Holden, Livia (13 déc. 2011)

"The bill recommends punishment for giving female [sic] in marriage or otherwise in ‘badla-e-sulh’, wani or swara. It says, “Whoever gives a female in marriage or otherwise compels her to enter into marriage, as ‘badla-e-sulh’, wanni, or swara or any other custom or practice under any name ...

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Women’s Property Rights and Access to Justice in India - K. Bates

Holden, Livia (16 déc. 2011)

BATES, K., Women’s Property Rights and Access to Justice in India : A Socio-Legal Ethnography of Widowhood and Inheritance Practices in Maharashtra. Thèse de doctorat, Département d’anthropologie, Université McGill, 2005.

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Academia on the Frontline

Holden, Livia (26 févr. 2012)

For reasons ranging from the global crisis and the shrinking job market to the disillusion with the establishment of academia but also including wanderlust, identity, worldviews, research, and not least the proactive hiring of mushrooming universities around the world, an increasing number of ...

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"Frogs in a Well. Indian Women in Purdah"

Sbriccoli, Tommaso (5 déc. 2011)

Jeffery, P., 1979, Frogs in a Well. Indian Women in Purdah, London: Zed Press The book addresses a theme that only partly fits with our research topic. Indeed, the main focus of “Frogs in a Well” is the analysis of purdah (“seclusion”, litt. “curtain”) practices of Indian Muslim women, ...

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Field Notes - Sample n. 3 by Tommaso Sbriccoli

Holden, Livia (2 juil. 2012)

Interview to B. K. Pinjara – 30/06/12 I am in BK Pinjara’s house, and also his wife is present. After collecting the genealogies and the information about family economy, I ask about marriage transactions and inheritance. Here is how the conversation went: T.: so for marriages you give dahej? BK ...

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"She Comes to Take her Rights. Indian Women, Property, and Propriety"

Sbriccoli, Tommaso (5 déc. 2011)

Basu, S., 1995, She Comes to Take her Rights. Indian Women, Property, and Propriety, State University of New York Press This book is a really useful reference work for our project. Even if it focuses on issues related to property and inheritance in Delhi urban contexts almost exclusively concerning ...

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Non-State Law and Governance - LSA ANNUAL MEETING

Holden, Livia (3 déc. 2011)

Law and Society Annual Meeting June 5-8, 2012 Hilton Hawaiian Village Honolulu, Hawai‘i (USA) PANEL: Non-State Law and Governance in South Asia and in the Diasporas Livia Holden, Lahore University of Management Sciences (Session Organizer and Co-chair) Marc Galanter,  U. of Wisconsin/London ...

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Registration of Muslim Marriages - India

Holden, Livia (28 juin 2012)

The general principle adopted by the Indian courts so far is the direct and indirect evidence for the presumption of marriage on the basis of section 114 Indian Evidence Act, 1872. Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Himachal Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh have provided for compulsory registration of ...

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