Literature about female genital mutilation (FGM)

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  • REFjournal Abdelmagied A, Salah W, ElTahir N, NurEldin T, Shareef S. Perception and Attitudes of Religious Groups Towards Female Genital Mutilation. Ahfad Journal. December 2005; 22(2)
  • REFbook Abusharaf, Rogaia Mustafa (2006): Female Circumcision, Multicultural Perspectives. University of Pennsylvania Press.


  • REFbook Bekers, Elisabeth (2010): Rising Anthills: African and African American Writing on Female Genital Excision, 1960-2000. University of Wisconsin Press.
  • REFbook Burrage, Hilary (2015): Eradicating Female Genital Mutilation: A UK Perspective. Ashgate Publishing Ltd..


  • REFbook Caney, Simon (2005): Justice Beyond Borders: A Global Political Theory. Oxford University Press.
  • REFbook Chavkin, Wendy / Ellen Chesler (2005): Where Human Rights Begin: Health, Sexuality and Women in the New Millennium. Rutgers University Press.
  • REFbook Corea, Gena (1977): The Hidden Malpractice: How American Medicine Treats Women as Patients and Professionals. William Morrow & Co..


  • REFbook Dally, Ann (2006): Women Under the Knife: A History of Surgery. N.J.: Castle Books.
  • REFbook Daly, Mary (1978): Gyn/Ecology, The Meta Ethics of Radical Feminism. Boston, MA.: Beacon Press.
  • REFbook Dirie, Waris / Cathleen Miller (2009): Desert Flower: The Extraordinary Journey of a Desert Nomad. Harper Collins.



  • REFjournal Foster C. On the Trail of a Taboo: Female Circumcision in the Islamic World. Contemporary Review. May 1994; 264(1540)


  • REFbook Gruenbaum, Ellen (2001): The Female Circumcision Controversy: An Anthropological Perspective. University of Pennsylvania Press.


  • REFbook Herndlund, Ylva / Bettina Shell-Duncan (2007): Transcultural Bodies: Female Genital Cutting in Global Context. Rutgers University Press.
  • REFbook Herndlund, Ylva / Bettina Shell-Duncan (2000): Female Circumcision in Africa: Culture, Controversy and Change. Lynne Reiner.



  • REFbook Koso-Thomas, Olayinka (1987): The Circumcision of Women: A Strategy for Eradication. N.J.: Zed Books, Ltd..



  • REFbook Miré, Soraya (2011): The Girl With Three Legs: A Memoir. Chicago Review Press.
  • REFbook Mohammed, Hawa Noor (2009): Can FGM be Eradicated Through an Alternate Means?. GRIN Verlag - Seminar Papers.


  • REFbook Nnaemeka, Obioma (2005): Female Circumcision and the Politics of Knowledge. Praeger Publishers.


  • REFjournal Raya PD. Female Genital Mutilation and the Perpetuation of Multigenerational Trauma. The Journal of Psychohistory. March 2010; 37(4)
  • REFbook Robinett, Patricia (2004): The Rape of Innocence - Female Fenital Mutilation and Circumcision in the USA. Edition: 2004-05-25. Nunzio Press. ISBN 978-1878411112.
  • REFbook Rodriguez, Sarah B. (2014): Female Circumcision and Clitoridectomy in the United States. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.
  • REFbook Ross, Susan Dellen (2003): Women's Human Rights: The International and Comparative Law Case Book. University of California Press.


  • REFbook Sands, Kathleen M. (2000): God Forbid: Religion and Sex in American Public Life. Oxford University Press.


  • REFbook Thomas, Lynn M. (2003): Politics of the Womb: Women, Reproduction and the State in Kenya. University of California Press.
  • REFjournal Thomas J. Female Genital Mutilations Lead to Lost Lives and High Costs. International Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health. September 2010; 36(3)
  • REFbook Tong, Rosemarie / Gwen Anderson / Aida Santos (2001): Globalizing Feminist Bioethics: Crosscultural Perspectives. Westview Press.


  • REFbook Wangila, Mary Nyangweso (2007): Female Circumcision: The Interplay of Religion, Culture and Gender in Kenya. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books.
  • REFjournal White AE. Female Genital Mutilation in America: The Federal Dilemma. Texas Journal of Women, Gender and the Law. April 2001; 10(2)

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