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Kimberly Hart is a social-cultural anthropologist whose current work focuses on Turkish configurations of Sunni Islam, rurality, state power, and neo-tarikats. She holds a Ph.D. from Indiana University. Her doctoral work on the DOBAG project, a women's carpet weaving cooperative in western Turkey explores gendered configurations of power among the western founders of the project and the villagers who implement and sustain it, as well as marriage, morality, and memory.
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