Women, Religion and Culture in Iran. / Martin, Vanessa (Editor); Ansari, Sarah (Editor).

Richmond, Surrey : Curzon Press, 2002. 231 p.

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Women, Religion and Culture in Iran. / Martin, Vanessa (Editor); Ansari, Sarah (Editor).

Richmond, Surrey : Curzon Press, 2002. 231 p.

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Martin, V & Ansari, S (eds) 2002, Women, Religion and Culture in Iran. Curzon Press, Richmond, Surrey.

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Martin V, (ed.), Ansari S, (ed.). Women, Religion and Culture in Iran. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon Press, 2002. 231 p.

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