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Lecture 20

ANT 101 Lecture 20: ANT101, 4-06-18, Stutz

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Nilsson- Stutz Liv

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1 Layan Ibrahim Anthropology 101 Mon/Wed/Fri 10:00 10:50 am Dr. Liv Nilsson Stutz Firday, 4/06/18 1 out of 1 Pages Discussion Session: The Sworn Virgins of Albania - GQ Why These Virgin Women Live As Men Who are the Sworn Virgins? Why do they become sworn virgins? Women who want economic freedom, personal freedom and they are treated like men. Women that take identities of men in order to inherit wealth, new inheriter, or become head of household, or to replace brothers that are incompetent, to avoid arranged marriages, and to seek more freedom 3 types of sworn virgins: Become sworn virgins when they are born What pronouns and kinship terms are used when talking about the sworn virgins? Based on digression of the person (preference), implicitly indicated: he, she How is sworn virgin identity performed? Sworn virgins whose parents placed identity on them, in terms of physicality nothing is changed surgically (except for changing attire and cutting hair) - therefore, building the gender identity - because you are treated as a man
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