Journal of Middle East Women’s Studies Parenthetical Citations and Reference List Template
Usually, authors drawing on or referencing published and unpublished material produced by others, whether quoting this material directly or paraphrasing it, must include the page numbers within the text body of the JMEWS article or essay following the parenthetical author-date documentation system described in The Chicago Manual of Style. For example: (Stephen 1995, 808) and (Najmabadi 2005, 22–23). A page number is not required in parenthetical references when the entire source makes the point or the source is a non-paginated online document. For example: (Charrad 2014) and (Foster et al. 2005).
See published JMEWS articles and essays and Article Guidelines for additional parenthetical reference examples as well as instructions to authors submitting manuscripts. The Guidelines include JMEWS expectations for endnotes, transliteration and Romanization.
ʿAnad, ʿAbd al-Karim. 2002. “Haris al-Layli fi al-Rashid” (“The Night Watchman in al-Rashid Street”). In Shariʿ al-Rashid (al-Rashid Street), edited by Basim ʿAbd al-Hamid Hamudi, 224–38. Baghdad: Dar al-Shuʾun al-Thaqafiyya al-ʿAmma.
Charrad, Wadii. 2014. “Benkirane tancé par la twittoma qui lance #anamachitria.” TelQuel, June 19. telquel.ma/2014/06/19/benkirane-twittoma-anamachitria_139571.
DeYoung, Terri. 2010. “Maʿruf al-Rusafi.” In vol. 3 of Essays in Arabic Literary Biography, edited by Roger Allen, 274–83. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.
Foster, A. M., L. L. Wynn, Aida Rouhana, Chelsea Polis, and James Trussell. 2005.“Reproductive Health, the Arab World and the Internet: Usage Patterns of an Arabic- Language Emergency Contraception Web Site.” Contraception 72, no. 2: 130–37.
Hamada, Walid. 2014. “Le chef du gouvernement marocain crée la polémique en décrivant la femme comme ‘un lustre qui illumine le foyer.’” Video. HuffPost Maghreb, June 20. www.huffpostmaghreb.com/2014/06/20/abdelilah-benkirane-polem_n_5515562.html.
Husayni, Sayyad Mujtaba. 2010. The Laws of Music, Dance, and Gambling according to Ten Religious Authorities (in Persian). Qom: Nahad-i Namayandigi-i Maqam-i Muʿazzam-i Rahbari Dar Danishgah-ha.
Kamal, Hala. 2016. “A Century of Egyptian Women’s Demands: The Four Waves of the Egyptian Feminist Movement.” Advances in Gender Research 21: 3–22.
Karakaş, Berrin. 2012. “Zincirleri Koparıp Gelmişiz” (“We Broke the Chains and Came”).Radikal, March 8. www.radikal.com.tr/yazarlar/berrin-karakas/zincirleri-koparip- gelmisiz-1081055.
Najmabadi, Afsaneh. 2005. Women with Mustaches and Men without Beards. Berkeley: University of California Press.
Özgür Kadın Akademisi (Free Women’s Academy), ed. 2015. Jineoloji Tartışmaları (Jineology Discussions). Diyarbakır: Aram.
Roscoe, Will, and Stephen O. Murray, eds. 1997. Islamic Homosexualities: Culture, History, and Literature. New York: New York University Press.
Sancar, Serpil. 2009. Erkeklik: İmkansız İktidar: Ailede, Piyasada ve Sokakta Erkekler(Masculinity: Impossible Power; Men in Family Life, Markets, and Streets). Istanbul: Metis.
Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty. 1988. “Can the Subaltern Speak?” In Marxism and the Interpretation of Culture, edited by Cary Nelson and Lawrence Grossberg, 271–313. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Stephen, Lynn. 1995. “Women’s Rights Are Human Rights: The Merging of Feminine andFeminist Interests among El Salvador’s Mothers of the Disappeared (Co-Madres).”American Ethnologist 22, no. 4: 807–27.
Tahaoğlu, Çiçek. 2012. “Kadınlar Söylemiş, Erkeklere Malolmuş” (“Women Sang, Men Made It Their Own”). Bianet, March 8. bianet.org/bianet/sanat/136758-kadinlar-soylemis- erkeklere-malolmus.
Tambar, Kabir. 2010. “The Aesthetics of Public Visibility: Alevi Semah and the Paradoxes ofPluralism in Turkey.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 52, no. 3: 652–79.
al-Tarabulsi, Muhammad Nabih. 1948. Al-Mujrimun al-ahdath fi al-qanun al-Misri wa al-Tashriʿ al-Muqaran (Child Criminals in the Egyptian Code and Comparative Law). Cairo: Dar al-fikr al-ʿArabi.
al-Wardi, ʿAli. 1954. Wuʿaz al-Salatin (The Sultans’ Preachers). Baghdad: Matbaʿat al-Maʿarif.Weidman, Amanda J. 2006. Singing the Classical, Voicing the Modern: The Postcolonial Politics of Music in South India. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
Wien, Peter. 2005. “‘Watan’ and ‘Rujula’: The Emergence of a New Model of Youth in Interwar Iraq.” In Youth and Youth Culture in the Contemporary Middle East, edited by Jørgen Bæk Simonsen, 10–20. Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
Zanan Press. 2013. “Ermia: Symbol of Our Cultural Weakness!” (in Persian). Zananpress.com, October 17.