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Storying Relationships

Young British Muslims Speak and Write about Sex and Love

; Claire Chambers ; Nafhesa Ali ; Indrani Karmakar ; Kristina Diprose

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Explores the sexual lives of young British Muslims through their own words and stories

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Tables
List of Figures and Captions
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Chapter 1: Single
Chapter 2: Meeting
Interlude 1: Coming to Terms
Chapter 3: Dating
Chapter 4: Love
Interlude 2: Speaking to Stereotypes
Chapter 5: Pressure
Chapter 6: Married
Interlude 3: (Not So) Different
Chapter 7: Sex
Chapter 8: Dreaming
Conclusion
Guide to Literary Sources
Bibliography

Om forfatteren

Richard Phillips is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Sheffield, UK. His books include Mapping Men and Empire: A Geography of Adventure (1996); Decentring Sexualities: Politics and Representations Beyond the Metropolis (2000); Sex, Politics and Empire: A Postcolonial Geography (2006); and Muslim Spaces of Hope (2009, Zed Books).

Claire Chambers is a Senior Lecturer in Global Literature at the University of York. She is the author of Britain Through Muslim Eyes (2015), British Muslim Fictions: Interviews with Contemporary Writers (2011), and Rivers of Ink: Selected Essays (2017). She is a regular columnist for Dawn, the longest-running broadsheet newspaper in Pakistan.

Nafhesa Ali is a Research Associate at the University of Sheffield, UK. Her doctorate focused upon the experiences of ageing among British Asians in northern England, a subject on which she has published articles in journals of Sociology.

Indrani Karmakar is Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Literary Studies in English in Rhodes University, South Africa. She completed her PhD from the University of York, UK. In her fellowship, she is expanding and reworking her doctoral thesis on Indian women writers' depictions of motherhood into a monograph. Her research interests include postcolonial literature, South Asian literature, feminist theories, motherhood, women's writing, and diasporic literature. She is Social Media Editor for the Journal of Commonwealth Literature.

Kristina Diprose is a Senior Research Fellow within the Born in Bradford team at the Bradford Institute for Health Research. She completed her PhD in human geography at the University of Leeds in 2015, then worked on several research projects at the University of Sheffield: Intergenerational Justice, Consumption and Sustainability in Comparative Perspective, Localising the Sustainable Development Goals, and Storying Relationships. She has also worked in research and evaluation for The Young Foundation and national Citizens Advice. Her research interests include childhood, youth, and intergenerational research, co-production, and sustainability through an environmental justice lens.