chapter  11
Bridges Crossed, Paths Traveled: Muslim Intercultural Couples
ByManijeh Daneshpour
Pages 22

Marriage is both a powerful individual experience and an arrangement of considerable social consequence. While a number of historians of marriage and family have explored the significant transformations in the ways that men and women court, marry, and form families (Rose, 2001), a sustained historical examination of marriage across religious lines in America is surprisingly absent.