Tag: hijab

Diaspora, Gender & Mediated Revolution

MPeterson , May 7th, 2018

In several relatively recent papers (2017, 2015a, 2015b) I’ve made the point that for tens of millions of Egyptians, the uprisings of 2011 weren’t something they physically experienced…


‘Epitome of feminism’: the rise of the social phenomenon of trendy hijabistas

Assma Youssef , October 31st, 2016

Feminism is not an immutable and easily-defined concept. It is conditioned by culture, religion, politics, education and other social factors. The secular-humanist approach to feminism has long domina…