Diaspora of Islamic Cultures: Continuity and Change

@inproceedings{Moghissi2003DiasporaOI,
  title={Diaspora of Islamic Cultures: Continuity and Change},
  author={Haideh Moghissi},
  year={2003}
}
This paper, drawing upon an ongoing research project funded by Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) and the Ford Foundation, introduces the main ideas and themes that inform the study of changing gender and family relations among four displaced communities of Islamic cultures (Iranian, Afghan, Palestinian, and Pakistani). For members of each group, three sets of “circumstances” are analyzed – an individual’s experience in the home and host country, together with an… CONTINUE READING

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