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Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject
WOMEN Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject, by Saba Mahmood. Princeton, NJ and Oxford, UK: Princeton University Press, 2004. xvi + 199 pages. Gloss, to p. 203. Refs. to p.Expand
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A multidimensional approach to the structure of personality impressions.
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public and private politics: women in the Middle Eastern world1
The main questions examined in this paper are: (1) What is the notion of power as this has been used by ethnographers writing about nomadic and sedentary societies of the Middle East? (2) Given thisExpand
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Doria Shafik Egyptian Feminist: A Woman Apart
Doria Shafik, an Egyptian feminist, poet, publisher, and political activist, participated in one of her country's most explosive periods of social and political transformation. This book brings herExpand
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Heterosexism in ESL: Examining Our Attitudes
The following is the text of a speech delivered in March 1992 in Vancouver, Canada, at the 26th Annual TESOL Convention. It was part of a colloquium entitled “We Are Your Colleagues: Lesbians andExpand
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Al-Harakah Al-Nissa'Iyah: The women's movement and political participation in modern Egypt
Abstract This article attempts to analyze the dialectic relation between gender, class, and the state during a particularly explosive period of recent Egyptian history through an in-depth examinationExpand
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The waiting village : social change in rural Mexico
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The Culture-Historical Configurations of the American Peoples [and Comments and and Reviews and Reply]
Distinct processes of ethnic formation have operated to create the extra-European peoples of the modern world, and their identification and classification is a preliminary step toward anExpand
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