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Gender, governance and Islam

Contributor(s): Deniz Kandiyoti, Nadje Al-Ali & Kathryn Spellman Poots.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: UK : The Aga Khan University, Edinburgh University Press, 2021Description: 231 p.ISBN: 9781474455435 (pbk).Subject(s): Muslim women--Social conditions--Sex discrimination--Sex role--Religious aspects--IslamDDC classification: 305.4869
Contents:
1. Introduction 2. Protest, resistance and shifting gender orders in Egypt: crossing red lines? 3. Manufacturing consent in Iran: from moral subjects to healthy citizens 4. Saudi women: between family, religion and state 5. Against all odds: the resilience and fragility of women’s gender activism in Turkey 6. Discrete moves and parallel tracks: genders politics in post-2001 Afghanistan 7. Palestine: gender in an imagined fragmented sovereignty 8. Iraq: gendering violence, sectarianism and authoritarianism
List(s) this item appears in: Social Science_2021-22
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Books Books UE-Central Library
305.4869 G2853 (Browse shelf) Available T16127

1. Introduction
2. Protest, resistance and shifting gender orders in Egypt: crossing red lines?
3. Manufacturing consent in Iran: from moral subjects to healthy citizens
4. Saudi women: between family, religion and state
5. Against all odds: the resilience and fragility of women’s gender activism in Turkey
6. Discrete moves and parallel tracks: genders politics in post-2001 Afghanistan
7. Palestine: gender in an imagined fragmented sovereignty
8. Iraq: gendering violence, sectarianism and authoritarianism

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