Gender and Islam in Indonesian Cinema

@inproceedings{Izharuddin2016GenderAI,
  title={Gender and Islam in Indonesian Cinema},
  author={Alicia Izharuddin},
  year={2016}
}
My PhD thesis draws from feminist and post-structuralist approaches to examine the construction of gender and Islam in Indonesian Islamic cinema between 1977 to 2011. This thesis asks: how, when, and where do Indonesian femininity and masculinity in film become ʻMuslim? Previous studies on representations of gender in Islam have shown that clothes are immediate markers of Islamic identity. This thesis, however, seeks to transcend clothing as an obvious visual marker of Islamic identity and the… 
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