Summary In Daughters of Tunis Paula Holmes-Eber follows the lives of four women and their families living in Tunisia. The ethnography focuses specifically on the diversity of the women as well as the people in their circles in a rapidly developing society. Holmes –Eber discusses in detail the impact of social identity, as well as […]Read more "Daughters of Tunis: Women, Family and Networks in a Muslim City"
Daughters of Tunis is an ethnography following the daily lives of four Tunisian women; Hannan, Nura, Miriam and Sherifa. This ethnography focuses on the importance of kinship and networks within the Tunisian culture and how without the women in these social groups the kin networks would be significantly different. The emphasis is put on how […]Read more "Daughters of Tunis – The Backbone of Tunisia"