1 edition of Gender and nation building in the Middle East found in the catalog.
Gender and nation building in the Middle East
Elise G. Young
Includes bibliographical references (p. -185) and index.
|Statement||Elise G. Young|
|Series||Library of modern Middle East studies|
|LC Classifications||RA564.9.R43 Y58 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||2011275928|
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Here Elise Young offers an analysis of the politics of state building in the Middle East, viewed through the lens of health. Young argues that gendered, raced and classed constructions of health, as evidenced in malaria eradication campaigns and the regularization of midwifery, are central to such state building.
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Elise Young argues that gendered, raced and classed constructions of health are central to such state building processes. Book Reviews: Elise G.
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The book focuses on the future prosperity of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, which together with other companion volumes-on trade and investment, governance, and gender-contributes to ongoing debates, and dialogues about development in the region, and the development challenges that would allow it to unlock its rich potential.
vi Conflict and Diplomacy in the Middle East Contents INTRODUCTION Yannis A. Stivachtis 1 1. GLOBALISM, REGIONALISM AND THE MIDDLE EAST Ayşegül Sever 16 2. THE CHALLENGES TO MIDDLE EASTERN INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY: A STUDY IN DISORDER Onur Erpul 32 3.
UNITED STATES FOREIGN POLICY IN THE MIDDLE EAST AFTER THE COLD WAR Jonathan Cristol 48 4. The aim of this book is to highlight the role that gender research can play in understanding natural resource management and rural development issues in the Middle East and North Africa region and how hands-on training and mentoring can be used as a.
This book explores the relationship between Islamism, secularism and violence against women in the Middle East and North Africa. Drawing on case studies from across the region, the authors examine the historical, cultural, religious, social, legal and political factors affecting this key issue.
Chapters by established scholars from within and outside the region highlight: the interconnections. Moha Ennaji is a former Fulbright Scholar and visiting professor at Rutgers University. He is Professor of Linguistics, Culture and Gender Studies, co-editor of Women in the Middle East and North Africa: Agents of Change () and author of a number of books on culture and gender studies in North Africa.
Fatima Sadiqi is Professor of Linguistics and Gender Studies at Fès University. Middle East Near You Women and Gender in Iraq: Between Nation-Building and Fragmentation Janu at pm | Published in: Iraq, Middle East, Review - Books.
Gender and development in the Middle East and North Africa: women in the public sphere (English) Abstract. This book identifies the economic and social obstacles that women in the Middle East and North Africa face in seeking employment. It also analyzes the potential economic benefits of engaging women in the workforce and suggests a plan of Cited by: The aim of this course will be to offer an overview of the key issues in the study of gender in the Middle East.
It will provide a specific area focus for students in Gender Studies, but also provide a gendered understanding of prevailing discourses, ideologies, social practices and trends for those students interested in Middle East societies. A true "intersection," of Arab women's texts that challenges and rewrites the traditional boundaries of nation, gender, and community.
This rigorously documented collection brings together for the first time original essays by leading authorities in the field on nine contemporary Arab women novelists from Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, and Palestine.
Aldous Huxley writes that ‘nations are to a very large extent invented by their poets and novelists’ ( 50). Although by talking about ‘invention’ Huxley may have exaggerated the nature of the link between nation building and literature, this book subscribes to the broad thrust of his statement by examining the role literature plays in constructing, articulating or challenging.
Introduction to Women and Gender Roles in the Middle East Many people hold a rather bleak view of girls’ and women’s lives in the Middle East and Muslim world; constrictive stereotypes and judgments about social practices create a one dimensional depiction of. The International Men and Gender Equality Survey (IMAGES) is the largest multi-country study of its kind in the Middle East and North Africa.
Coordinated by Promundo and UN Women, in collaboration with local research partners, the report takes a never-before-seen look at what it means to be a man in Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, and Palestine today. State-Building, Nation-Building, and Constitutional Politics in Post-Conflict Situations: Conceptual Clarifications and an Appraisal of Different Approaches Armin von Bogdandy/ Stefan Häußler/ Felix Hanschmann/ Raphael Utz I.
Defining the Issues 1. A Useful Distinction a. State Failure and State-Building b. Nation Failure and Nation-Building g: Middle East. The aim of this book is to highlight the role that gender research can play in understanding natural resource management and rural development issues in the Middle East and North Africa region and how hands-on training and mentoring can be Cited by: 3.
The Los Angeles Review of Books is a (c)(3) nonprofit. Women and the Middle East Part II: Jordan - On Gender, Education and the Limits of.
Outstanding scholars analyze a rich array of sources ranging from histories, biographical dictionaries, law books, prescriptive treatises, and archival records, to the Traditions (hadith) of the Prophet and imaginative works like theThousand and One Nights, to modern writings by Middle Eastern women and by Western writers.
They show that gender. Remaking women: feminism and modernity in the Middle East / edited by Lila Abu-Lughod. Female futures in the MENA region (Women have been actively participating in recent political protests in the Middle East and North Africa, and as a consequence, international audiences are becoming more aware of the discrimination women face.
From Mandate Palestine to refugee camps in Jordan today, generations of Palestinians have been affected by the reach of the state into their everyday lives.
Here Elise Young offers an analysis of the politics of state building in the Middle East. Countries in the Middle East and Asia dominate a list of nations seen as being the worst to provide gender equality. By Sintia Radu, Staff Writer Feb.
Author: Sintia Radu. Islam, Culture, and Gender: Contending Approaches 5 Feminist Critiques 12 3. Gender Relations and Women’s Status in the Middle East 19 A Socio-Economic and Political Profile 22 Inclusion or Marginalization. Women’s Economic and Political Participation 29 Size: KB.
That was a key finding of a new survey that directed a wide-angle, comparative lens on the lives of men—as sons and husbands and fathers, at home and at work, in public and private life. The study of nea individuals discovered manhood in the region is at a crossroads. Will more men move toward Continue Reading Middle East Men and Gender Equality: Tradition and Modernity.
Her new book is called "Paradise Beneath Her Feet: How Women are Transforming the Middle East." She joins us from their studies in New York City. Nice to have you back on TALK OF THE NATION. MEMEAC is excited to host Professor Zahra Ali discussing her new book Women and Gender in Iraq: Between Nation-Building and Fragmentation (Cambridge University Press, ).
This event will be on Thursday November 8th at PM in Room of the Graduate Center, CUNY. Women and Gender in Iraq: between Nation-building and Fragmentation is a sociological study of Iraqi women’s social. In the Middle East and North Africa, during the post-colonial era, education spread as result of the significant social changes and the rise of indigenous élite as a ruling power.
The willingness of national governments to build a strong nation made the acquisition of literacy a necessary skill for maximizing human potential. Provides an overview of key issues and themes in the study of women and gender relations in the Middle East and North Africa.
Includes readings from a variety of disciplines, e.g., history, anthropology, sociology, literature, religious studies, and media studies. Moha Ennaji is a former Fulbright Scholar and visiting professor at Rutgers University.
He is Professor of Linguistics, Culture and Gender Studies, co-editor of Women in the Middle East and North Africa: Agents of Change () and author of a number of books on culture and gender studies in North Africa.
Fatima Sadiqi is Professor of Linguistics and Gender Studies at Fès cturer: Routledge. Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens generally have limited or highly restrictive rights in most parts of the Middle East, and are open to hostility in xuality is illegal in 10 of the 18 countries that make up the region.
It is punishable by death in six of these 18 countries. The rights and freedoms of LGBT citizens are strongly influenced by the prevailing cultural Illegal in: Syria, Egypt, Palestine, Iran, Saudi .Gender Stereotyped Roles and the Middle East Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Joana Aziz, discuss her experience living in Syria and Lebanon, and sense of Saudi Arabia.
To find answers to these questions, we can turn to an excellent new study by Zahra Ali, Women and Gender in Iraq: Between Nation-Building and Fragmentation, published by Cambridge University Press (). Zahra Ali’s study is the most comprehensive study of women in Iraq to date and is the result of extensive ethnographic research.