Women, the Hijab and the Intifada

  title={Women, the Hijab and the Intifada},
  author={Rema Hammami},

Entre la tierra y el honor: estrategias de resistencia de las mujeres palestinas

The Palestinian women’s movement emerged early in the 20th century and from its beginnings it was associated with the national liberation movement. Its nationalistic rhetoric made the protection of

Academic life under occupation : the impact on educationalists at Gaza's universities

This sociological study explores the past and current higher education (HE) experience of educationalists at Gaza’s universities and how this experience may be evolving in the shifting

MERIP's 50 Years of Women and Gender

Abstract Drawing on a reading of MERIP's articles related to women's and gender studies over the course of its 50-year history, this piece reflects on how MERIP's forays into this field formed part

The Veil in Islam and Randah Abdel-Fattah’s Does My Head Look Big In This?

This essay will discuss the concept of the veil that the Muslim woman uses vis-à-vis Randa Abdel Fattah’s novel Does My Head Look Big In This? (2006). It is an Australian novel published by Pan

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Due to the increasing Islamisation, in contemporary Malaysia, non-veiled Muslim women have become the minority in many domains of public life, including the workplace (Hochel 2013; Izharuddin 2018;

Die Generation Oslo im Westjordanland

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