Making the mark gender identity and genital cutting by miroslava prazak female genital cutting in global context making the mark provides a richly detailed grass roots perspective of the procedure and of male circumcision among the kuria people in southern kenyawhile prazaks book examines female genital cutting only among one . In making the mark gender identity and genital cutting a new entry in the research in international studies africa series of the ohio university press bennington college anthropology and african studies professor miroslava prazak writes about the vexing and often controversial topic of female genital mutilation which she calls simply genital cutting. Making the mark gender identity and genital cutting miroslava prazak ohio university press 2016 annemarie middelburg is a consultant at middelburg human rights law consultancy she wrote her phd thesis about female genital mutilation cutting fgm c in west africa at tilburg university the netherlands. Making the mark book read 2 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers start by marking making the mark gender identity and genital cutting as want to read affect the rights of girls in a culture where initiation forms the lynchpin of the ritual cycle at the core of defining gender identity and social and . Making the mark gender identity and genital cutting among kenyas kuria people annemarie middelburg february 4 2017 by miroslava prazak miroslava prazak is a scholar of development and cultural change at bennington college she has spent more than twenty years with the kuria people in the rolling hills of southwest kenya and came to
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