Satyel Larson is an assistant professor specializing in women, gender and sexuality in the Middle East and North Africa. Her work is ethnographic, historical and mostly based in Morocco. Her scholarship focuses on how legal, medical and religious culture influence practices of kinship and reproduction, and on the flow of ideas and technologies of gender and sexuality between the Middle East, North Africa and Western Europe. She has written on the politics of kinship, ethnicity and Islamic identity in Maghrebi law and society.
Assistant Professor, Near Eastern Studies
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