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<!page vii, table of contents!> Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Part I Foucault's Discourse: On Pinnacles and Pitfalls Chapter 1 The Paradoxical World of Foucault: The Modern and the Traditional Social Orders Chapter 2 Processions, Passion Plays, and Rites of Penance: Foucault, Shi'ism, and Early Christian Rituals Part II Foucault's Writings on the Iranian Revolution and After Chapter 3 The Visits to Iran and the Controversies with "Atoussa H." and Maxime Rodinson Chapter 4 Debating the Outcome of the Revolution, Especially on Women's Rights Chapter 5 Foucault, Gender, and Male Homosexualities in Mediterranean and Muslim Societies Epilogue: From the Iranian Revolution to September 11, 2001 Appendix: Foucault and His Critics, an Annotated Translation Notes References Index
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Foucault, Michel -- Political and social views.
Iran -- History -- Revolution, 1979.