Barren Women: Religion and Medicine in the Medieval Middle East
- Sara Verskin
- Islam—Thought, Culture, and Society, vol. 2
- xiv + 309 pp., ill., bibl., index
- Publication date
- Boston: De Gruyter
- Publication notes
- An open-access version is available
Revised dissertation, Princeton University
- Focuses on the Arab-Islamic world and identifies intersections of law, medicine, religion, and science.
- Main subject
- Health and Medicine
Religion and Spirituality
Science, Environment, Mathematics, and Technology
- 9783110595673 (cloth); 9783110681628 (pap.); 9783110596588 (ebook); 9783110593679 (ebook)
- Verskin, Sara. Barren Women: Religion and Medicine in the Medieval Middle East. Islam—Thought, Culture, and Society, vol. 2. Boston: De Gruyter, 2020. Sylvia. Accessed September 26, 2023. https://sylvia.library.wisc.edu/catalog/SYL2054.