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The View from Tindouf: Western Saharan Women and the Calculation of Autochthony
The International Court of Justice in the Western Sahara case determined autochthony, an anthropological and legal term, to legitimate and write the “local” Self into its indigenous historiographyExpand
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Introduction—Arab Masculinities: Anthropological Reconceptions
In the aftermath of the 2011 “failed” Arab uprisings, anthropologists have been exploring the ways in which ordinary Arab men have been living through these precarious times, while also attempting toExpand
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Introduction
In the aftermath of the 2011 “failed” Arab uprisings, anthropologists have been exploring the ways in which ordinary Arab men have been living through these precarious times, while also attempting toExpand
Unveiling the Colonial Gaze: Sahrāwī Women in Nascent Nation-state Formation in the Western Sahara
Sahrāwī women were rendered virtually absent in Spain’s colonial record of its Western Saharan territories, and this has since been ossified in generational layers of scholarship in the postcolonialExpand
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