Gender

Gender

September 4, 2012

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David, Assaf. “Presence Out, Ideas In: Representation and Socio-Political Change in Jordan.” Representation 48, no. 1 (2012): 295-305.

Errazzouki, Samia. “Working-class women revolt: gendered political economy in Morocco.” The Journal of North African Studies 19.2 (2014): 259-267.

Hafez, Sherine. “The revolution shall not pass through women’s bodies: Egypt, uprising and gender politics.” The Journal of North African Studies 19.2 (2014): 172-185.

Hatem, Mervat. “Gender and Revolution in Egypt.” Middle East Report 261 (2011): 36-41.

Khalil, Andrea. “Tunisia’s women: partners in revolution.” The Journal of North African Studies ahead-of-print (2014): 1-14.

Labidi, Lilia. “Political, aesthetic, and ethical positions of Tunisian women artists, 2011–13.” The Journal of North African Studies 19.2 (2014): 157-171.

Langhi, Zahra. “Gender and state-building in Libya: towards a politics of inclusion.” The Journal of North African Studies 19.2 (2014): 200-210.

McKanders, Karla Mari. “Anatomy of an Uprising: Women, Democracy, And The Moroccan Feminist Spring.” BU International Law Journal 32 (2014): 147-227.

Moghadam, Valentine. “Engendering Democracy.” International Journal of Middle East Studies 43, no. 3 (2011): 387.

Moghadam, Valentine M. “Modernising women and democratisation after the Arab Spring.” The Journal of North African Studies 19.2 (2014): 137-142.

Morsy, Maya. “Egyptian women and the 25th of January Revolution: presence and absence.” The Journal of North African Studies 19.2 (2014): 211-229.

Skalli, Loubna Hanna. “Young women and social media against sexual harassment in North Africa.” The Journal of North African Studies 19.2 (2014): 244-258.

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