May Her Likes Be Multiplied: Biography and Gender Politics in Egypt

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Index
Husbands of biographical subjects who appear with them and bear the same names are not indexed. Journals are indexed by their Arabic titles, but those referred to in the text by translated titles are cross-referenced accordingly.
Abd al-Majid, Fa'iza, 279–80
Abd al-Malik, Balsam, xxiv, 36, 50–51, 72, 157, 159, 271, 375n207
Abd al-Malik, Haylana, 74, 85, 229, 253, 408n74
Abd al-Masih, Imili, 36, 245
Abd al-Rahman, cA'isha, 276, 283, 418n5, 422n42
Abd al-Rahman, Muhammad Sadiq, xxv
Abd al-Shahid, Olivia, 55, 216
Abduh, Muhammad, 287, 295
al-'Abid, Nazik, 49, 345n65
Abu Rashid, Salima, 59, 76, 81, 339n79, 344n46
Abu Shadi, Ahmad Zaki, 121
Ackerman, Jessie, 80
adab, as literary practice, xxxi, 14, 16, 17, 18–19, 22, 24, 26–27, 64, 320n31
Adab al-fatat,152, 203, 250–51
Adam, Juliette, 62, 175, 210, 233
Adams, H. G., 102
Addams, Jane, 276
Adelman, Joseph, 202
adornment, 20, 70, 73, 84, 96–97, 147, 275, 276–77.See also dress and behavior; leisure
cAfra' bt. Muhasir b. Malik, 6
Agnesi, Maria, 48, 60, 81, 87, 115, 132, 147–48, 185, 348nn88, 90
al-Ahdaf,276, 278
Ahmad, Labiba, xxiv–xxv, 36, 41, 42, 49, 50, 225, 271–72, 314n31, 332n15. See also Majallat al-nahda al-nisa'iyya
Ahmed, Leila, 178, 295
Ahmose Nefertari, 52, 198, 224, 292
al-Ahram,136
cA'isha bt. Abi Abdallah al-Aysar, 72, 85, 88
cA'isha bt. Abi Bakr, 118, 400n3; in alDurr al-manthur,14; in magazine biographies, 50, 54, 60, 66, 87, 89–90, 120, 348n90, 349n102, 350n103; in premodern works, 13, 21, 88, 286
cA'isha bt. cAli b. Muhammad, 81
cA'isha bt. Muhammad b. Abd alHadi, 18, 85, 115

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  • Title Page *
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  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Technical Note xi
  • Prologue xiii
  • 1 - Zaynab Fawwaz, Arabic Biographical Writing, and a Canon of Female Visibility 1
  • 2 - A Politics of Address 35
  • 3 - Biography in the Journal for Women 62
  • 4 - Readers, Writers, Teachers 109
  • 5 - Discursive Domesticities 171
  • 6 - Community, Identity, and Difference 233
  • 7 - Women's Biography as Spectacle 270
  • 8 - Gender, Nation, and Life Writing in Today's Egypt 281
  • Notes 311
  • Selected Bibliography 427
  • Index 443
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