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Posts Tagged: women
Review of Cassandra Balchin, Toward a Future Without Fundamentalisms: Analysing Religious Fundamentalist Strategies and Feminist Responses9Dec 11
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An Alternative Representation of Femininity in 1920s Lebanon: Through the Mise-en-Abîme of a Masculine Space.15Jun 11
Yasmine Nachabe focuses on this 1920s photograph by Marie al-Khazen: Two Women Dressed up in Men’s Suits. Continue reading →
David E. Merrell.
This quick study highlights the need for future research among Muslim leaders, especially women leaders (otinoyi singular; otinoyilar plural), on the neglected topic of how Islam influences dispute resolution in Central Asia. Continue reading →