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å Read Å Before Homosexuality in the Arab-Islamic World, 1500-1800 by Khaled El-Rouayheb ↠´ Excellent scholarly, authoritative, and very thorough engagement with the historiography of sexuality, as well as a thoughtful reading of Arabic language sources Highly recommended.
Persuasively argued and meticulous account that challenges the imposition of anachronistic identities onto the premodern world Well organized, coherent, and cogent Worth reading.
A meticulous study of Ottoman Arabic sources that basically affirms Foucault s thesis about pre modern sexuality El Rouayheb s constructionist interpretation is likely to offend essentalists like Samar Habib, but remains quite compelling.
Buku yang akan bukak minda hg Buku yang terbahagi kepada 3 bahagian Pederasts and Pathics, Aesthetes, dan Sodomites 2 bahagian pertama akan menceritakan tentang gejala gejala homo pada zaman dahulu selepas kedatangan Islam ye Bagaimana orang Middle East dulu mengangkat rasa cinta mereka terhadap lelaki yang kebanyakkan diangkat menjadi puisi Sehinggkan orang Western pun terkejut bila tengok puisi orang Middle East ni zaman sebelum eropah terima homo dan menganggap homo benda yang pelik Dan korang akan tahu apa beza sodomi, liwat, homosexual, dan sexual inclination Jangan jadi pemalas dengan anggap semua perkataan ni termaktub dalam perkataan LGBT Bahagian ketiga pula akan membincangkan tentang pandangan sodomi liwat dari Islamic law terutamanya dari pandangan 4 Imam Besar dan juga dari Syiah Aku suka part ni Kita boleh tengok bagaimana huk Excellent scholarly, authoritative, and very thorough engagement with the historiography of sexuality, as well as a thoughtful reading of Arabic language sources Highly recommended.
Persuasively argued and meticulous account that challenges the imposition of anachronistic identities onto the premodern world Well organized, coherent, and cogent Worth reading.
A meticulous study of Ottoman Arabic sources that basically affirms Foucault s thesis about pre modern sexuality El Rouayheb s constructionist interpretation is likely to offend essentalists like Samar Habib, but remains quite compelling.
Buku yang akan bukak minda hg Buku yang terbahagi kepada 3 bahagian Pederasts and Pathics, Aesthetes, dan Sodomites 2 bahagian pertama akan menceritakan tentang gejala gejala homo pada zaman dahulu selepas kedatangan Islam ye Bagaimana orang Middle East dulu mengangkat rasa cinta mereka terhadap lelaki yang kebanyakkan diangkat menjadi puisi Sehinggkan orang Western pun terkejut bila tengok puisi orang Middle East ni zaman sebelum eropah terima homo dan menganggap homo benda yang pelik Dan korang akan tahu apa beza sodomi, liwat, homosexual, dan sexual inclination Jangan jadi pemalas dengan anggap semua perkataan ni termaktub dalam perkataan LGBT Bahagian ketiga pula akan membincangkan tentang pandangan sodomi liwat dari Islamic law terutamanya dari pandangan 4 Imam Besar dan juga dari Syiah Aku suka part ni Kita boleh tengok bagaimana huk Masyarakat Islam Arab sebelum zaman moden tidak mempunyai konsep binari homo dan hetero seksualiti seperti yang didefinisikan oleh Barat TETAPI hubungan sama jenis di dalam masyarakat ketika itu telah wujud dengan toleransi yang bersyarat sudah tentu mengikut bukti bukti yang dilampirkan di dalam buku ini Buku ini juga melihat perbezaan persepsi dahulu dan sekarang terhadap hubungan gay Rumusan penulis, Khaled El Rouayheb di akhir buku ini mungkin akan mengejutkan para pembaca.
Jadi, selamat membaca.
3.
5 stars.
Read for my Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Middle Eastern History class, not going to review Also the last book I have to read for this class, I can t believe I survived.
Attitudes Toward Homosexuality In The Pre Modern Arab Islamic World Are Commonly Depicted As Schizophrenic Visible And Tolerated On One Hand, Prohibited By Islam On The Other Khaled El Rouayheb Argues That This Apparent Paradox Is Based On The Anachronistic Assumption That Homosexuality Is A Timeless, Self Evident Fact To Which A Particular Culture Reacts With Some Degree Of Tolerance Or Intolerance Drawing On Poetry, Biographical Literature, Medicine, Dream Interpretation, And Islamic Texts, He Shows That The Culture Of The Period Lacked The Concept Of Homosexuality The book is good research about same sex literature in that period I am still uneasy with accepting the approach and the conclusion Many resources and elements were overlooked in order for the author to maintain what seems to be predetermined opinion about how the region viewed same sex relationships during the researched period.
It s an excellent book, and one that doesn t really require any prior knowledge to tackle Khaled El Rouayheb essentially argues that much of the Middle East hadnuanced attitudes toward behaviors that would nowadays be categorized as homosexual essentially, that our modern binary of homosexuality vs heterosexuality was an import To prove his point, El Rouayheb uses poems, unintentionally funny travelogues, biographical texts, and interpretations of the Quran Shariah law on almost every page Secondary sources on Arabic poetry in particular tend to be heavily influenced by prudish Victorian attitudes resulting in mistranslations and oftentimes censorship , so Khaled El Rouayheb s INCREDIBLE and personally translated use of primary sources isn t just remarkable it s necessary, especially for an argument as grand as his.
Meticulously researched book on the lack of concept binary of homo hetero in pre modern Arab world Drawing from legal juristic literature and poetry author make striking conclusions Reference and citation of a pre modern literature can be seen in almost every page.
It is commonplace today to say that Islam, as a religion, disapproves of homosexuality In fact, the author points out that it was only in the early part of the 20th century that Western attitudes toward same sex love began to be internalized by the intellectual classes in the Middle East Thus, even the works of famous poets might be expurgated to eliminate references to male to male erotic feeling Yet, oddly, as gay movements have claimed their rights and been acknowledged in the West, attitudes enunciated in the Middle East often remain tied to the Victorian attitudes of an earlier era.



3.
5 stars.
Read for my Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Middle Eastern History class, not going to review Also the last book I have to read for this class, I can t believe I survived.
Masyarakat Islam Arab sebelum zaman moden tidak mempunyai konsep binari homo dan hetero seksualiti seperti yang didefinisikan oleh Barat TETAPI hubungan sama jenis di dalam masyarakat ketika itu telah wujud dengan toleransi yang bersyarat sudah tentu mengikut bukti bukti yang dilampirkan di dalam buku ini Buku ini juga melihat perbezaan persepsi dahulu dan sekarang terhadap hubungan gay Rumusan penulis, Khaled El Rouayheb di akhir buku ini mungkin akan mengejutkan para pembaca.
Jadi, selamat membaca.
The book is good research about same sex literature in that period I am still uneasy with accepting the approach and the conclusion Many resources and elements were overlooked in order for the author to maintain what seems to be predetermined opinion about how the region viewed same sex relationships during the researched period.
It s an excellent book, and one that doesn t really require any prior knowledge to tackle Khaled El Rouayheb essentially argues that much of the Middle East hadnuanced attitudes toward behaviors that would nowadays be categorized as homosexual essentially, that our modern binary of homosexuality vs heterosexuality was an import To prove his point, El Rouayheb uses poems, unintentionally funny travelogues, biographical texts, and interpretations of the Quran Shariah law on almost every page Secondary sources on Arabic poetry in particular tend to be heavily influenced by prudish Victorian attitudes resulting in mistranslations and oftentimes censorship , so Khaled El Rouayheb s INCREDIBLE and personally translated use of primary sources isn t just remarkable it s necessary, especially for an argument as grand as his.
Meticulously researched book on the lack of concept binary of homo hetero in pre modern Arab world Drawing from legal juristic literature and poetry author make striking conclusions Reference and citation of a pre modern literature can be seen in almost every page.
It is commonplace today to say that Islam, as a religion, disapproves of homosexuality In fact, the author points out that it was only in the early part of the 20th century that Western attitudes toward same sex love began to be internalized by the intellectual classes in the Middle East Thus, even the works of famous poets might be expurgated to eliminate references to male to male erotic feeling Yet, oddly, as gay movements have claimed their rights and been acknowledged in the West, attitudes enunciated in the Middle East often remain tied to the Victorian attitudes of an earlier era.

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