Food, Faith and Gender in South Asia: The lilaCultural Politics of Women’s Food Practices
Bloomsbury Academic, 2020
The historiographies of South Asian and Indonesian Islam – both regions on the periphery of the Muslim heartland – highlight the way scholarly traditions gloss over apparently quite different, yet startlingly similar...
...The oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) is a native of West Africa. It flourishes in the humid tropics in groves of varying density, mainly in the coastal belt between 10 degrees north latitude and 10 degrees south latitude. It is also found up...
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