Middle East -- Gender, Citizenship and the Nation-State
The following sources are recommended by a professor whose research specialty is women in the Middle East.
· Abdo, Nahla. 1997. "Family Law: Articulating Gender, State and Islam," International Review of Comparative Public Policy, Vol. 9, pp. 169-193.
· Lazreg, Marnia. 1994. The Eloquence of Silence: Algerian Women in Question, Routledge.
· Shiran, Vicki. 1991. "Feminist Identity vs. Oriental Identity," in Barbara Swirski and Marilyn P. Safir (eds.), Calling the Equality Bluff: Women in Israel, Pergamon Press, pp. 303-311.
· Sharoni, Simona. 1993. "Middle East Politics through Feminist Lenses: Toward Theorizing International Relations from Women's Struggles," Alternative, Vol. 18, pp. 5-28.
· Gottlieb, Amy. 1993. "Not in My Name: A Jewish Feminist Challenges Loyalty to Israel," in Linda Carty (ed.), And Still We Rise, Women's Press, pp. 50-71.
· Joseph, Suad (ed.). 2000. Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East, Syracuse University Press.
· Kandiyoti, Deniz (ed.). 1995. Gendering the Middle East, Syracuse University Press.
"The Infography about Gender, Citizenship and the Nation-State in the Middle East"
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