Against Multiple Hegemonies: Radical Malay Women in Colonial Malaya

@article{Aljunied2013AgainstMH,
  title={Against Multiple Hegemonies: Radical Malay Women in Colonial Malaya},
  author={Syed Muhd Khairudin Aljunied},
  journal={Journal of Social History},
  year={2013},
  volume={47},
  pages={153 - 175}
}
This article seeks to redress the established scholarly boundaries that have thus far characterized Malaysian historiography through a detailed analysis of a Malay radical women’s movement, the Angkatan Wanita Sedar (AWAS). Although much has been written in the last few decades about Malay political activism during post World War II Malaya, radical female groups that emerged during those eventful years, and their efforts to carve autonomous spaces within emerging projects of national liberation… 
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