restricted access   Volume 25, Number 2, Summer 2013

Table of Contents


Guest Editorial Note: Women’s Autobiography in South Asia and the Middle East

pp. 7-14

Miracles for the Marginal?: Gender and Agency in a Nineteenth-Century Autobiographical Fragment

pp. 15-35

Locating Women’s Autobiographical Writing in Colonial Egypt

pp. 36-60

Life/History/Archive: Identifying Autobiographical Writing by Muslim Women in South Asia

pp. 61-84

Identities in Motion: Reading Two Ottoman Travel Narratives as Life Writing

pp. 85-110

Writing the Personal: The Evolution of Assia Djebar’s Autobiographical Project from L’Amour, La Fantasia to Nulle Part Dans La Maison de Mon Père

pp. 111-129

Iranian Women’s Life Narratives

pp. 130-152

Roundtable on Autobiographical Narrative

Women’s Autobiography in Islamic Societies: Towards a Feminist Intellectual History

pp. 153-160

Theorizing Oral History as Autobiography: A Look at the Narrative of a Woman Revolutionary in Egypt

pp. 161-170

Autobiography and Muslim Women’s Lives

pp. 171-184

“An Assemblage/Before Me”: Autobiography as Archive

pp. 185-188


pp. 189-192