Conceiving Citizens: Women and the Politics of Motherhood in Iran

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INDEX
Abbas (shah), 20
ablution, 21–22
abortions, 6, 41, 51, 196–97
Abrahamian, Ervand, 230n 20
Abuse
drug, 31
physical, 43
activists, arrested, 223
Adab (newspaper), 29, 77, 231n29, 237n56
adab (science), 22
adamiyat (humanism), 28, 53
Adams, Isaac (reverend), 43
Adham, Dr. ‘Abbas, 108
Adnani, Sayyid Hasan, 175–76, 263n41
adultery (zina), 53, 69, 91
advertisements
anti-STD, 85
department store, 203f
pantyhose, 204f
Afkhami, Mahnaz, 181
Afshar, Mastureh, 133
Agha Soltan, Neda, 223–24
Ahmadinejad, Mahmoud, 218
AIDS, 218–19, 222
A’in-i Islam, 172–74, 262n28
Akhtar, 51
Alam, Asadollah, 179
Alam, Dr. Amir, 106, 108, 118, 244n81, 249n61
A’lam, Dr. Iran, 118, 119f
Alam-i Nisvan, 81, 131
Alam-i Zanan, 145, 170
Alavi, Dr., 87
Ali, Muhammad (shah), 124, 239n38
Al-i Ahmad, Jalal, 208
‘Ali Pasha, 16–17
al-Islam, Mu’adib, 30
alms. See charity
Amani, Mehdi, 194
American Social Hygiene Association, 11
Amin, Camron, 225n4, 228n15, 245n97
Amin, Qasim, 150
Amuzgar, 61, 127
Anjuman-i Baladiyya. See Municipal Society Anjuman-i Sihhat. See Hygiene Society Anthony, Susan B., 178
aphrodisiac pills, 85
APPWC. See Association for the Protection of Pregnant Women and Children Arasteh, A. Reza, 235n 14
Ardahali, Muhammadi, 174–75
Arts School and Orphanage of Shahpur, 144
Asadollah (shaykh), 124
Ashraf, Ahmad, 265n21
Ashura, 158, 172, 180
assassinations, 59
Association for the Protection of Pregnant Women and Children (APPWC), 113
Association of Benevolence (Bungah-i Niku Kari), 113
Astan-i Quds, 209
Astarabad, 18–19
astronomy, 23
Ataturk, 156
attire
hemlines for women, 149
men’s, 152–53
poverty and cost of, 160
social distinctions of, 148–49
unveiling and politics of, 147–64
women’s, 163f
Avicenna. See Ibn Sina
awqaf. See charity
Azad, Abd al-Qadir, 176
Azari-Qumi (ayatollah), 210
Azarmidokht, 171
Azerbaijan, 87, 105, 135, 148
Bahar, 130
Bahar, Mohammad Taqi, 156–57
Bakhtar, 248n 54

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