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Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East (Contemporary Issues in the Middle East)

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Syracuse University Press
Civil rights & citizenship, Constitution: government & the state, Women"s studies, Women"s Studies - General, Political Freedom & Security - Civil Rights, Government - Comparative, History, Social Science, Politics / Current Events, Sociology, Middle East, Civics & Citizenship, Middle East - General, Citizenship, Sex
ContributionsDeniz Kandiyoti (Foreword), Suad Joseph (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8049420M
ISBN 10081562865X
ISBN 139780815628651

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Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East (Contemporary Issues in the Middle East) [Joseph, Suad] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East (Contemporary Issues in the Middle East)Format: Paperback.

Suad Joseph is Professor of Anthropology and Women and Gender Studies at the University of California, Davis and current President of the Middle East Studies Association of North America. Her research addresses issues of gender; families, children, and youth; sociology of the family; and selfhood, citizenship, and the state in the Middle East.4/5.

The essays in this Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East book illustrate the various ways in which women in the Middle East fall short of being vested with the rights and privileges that would define them as fully enfranchised citizens.

They offer an examination of national legislation on personal status, penal law and labour law.4/5(1). The essays in this work illustrate the various ways in which women in the Middle East fall short of being vested with the rights and privileges that would define them as fully enfranchised citizens.

They offer an examination of national legislation on personal status, penal law and labour. Together, with its companion volume, Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East, this book represents the first systematic critical attempt to interpret the complex nature of Middle East politics from a citizenship perspective.

Together, with its companion volume, Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East, this book represents the first systematic critical attempt to interpret the complex nature of Middle East politics from a citizenship : Paperback.

Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index Gendering citizenship in the Middle East / Suad Joseph -- The pitfalls of the nationalist discourses on citizenship in Egypt / Mervat F.

Hatem -- Citizenship and gender in Algeria / Marnia Lazreg -- Becoming a citizen: lineage versus individual in Tunisia and Morocco / Mounira M.

Charrad -- The Islamic state and gendered citizenship Pages: Search for books, ebooks, Gender and citizenship in the Middle East / Bibliographic Details; Other Authors: Joseph, Suad.

Format: Book: Language: English: Published: Citizenship and the state in the Middle East: approaches and applications / Published: (). Gendering citizenship in the Middle East / Suad Joseph ; The pitfalls of the nationalist discourses on citizenship in Egypt / Mervat F.

Hatem ; Citizenship and gender in Algeria / Marnia Lazreg ; Becoming a citizen: lineage versus individual in Tunisia and Morocco / Mounira M. Charrad ; The Islamic state and gendered citizenship in Sudan.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Suad Joseph. Gender and citizenship in the Middle East. [Suad Joseph; Deniz Kandiyoti;] -- The essays in this work illustrate the various ways in which women in the Middle East fall short of being vested with the rights and privileges that would define them as fully enfranchised citizens.

Part one: Theoretical Introduction --Gendering Citizenship in the Middle East / Suad Joseph Part two: North Africa --The Pitfalls of the Nationalist Discourses on Citizenship in Egypt / Mervat F.

Hatem --Citizenship and Gender in Algeria / Marnia Lazreg --Becoming a Citizen Lineage Versus Individual in Tunisia and Morocco / Mounira M. Charrad. Th e volume Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East edited by Suad Joseph with a foreword by Deniz Kandiyoti, helps us to understand the legal, social and hist orical background of some of the.

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Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East. Edited by Suad Joseph. Paper $s | Add to cart. Hardcover $x | Add to cart. Women and War in the Middle East provides a critical examination of the relationship between gender and transnationalism in the context of war, peace-building and post-conflict reconstruction in the Middle East.

Critically examining the ways in which the actions of various local and transnational groups - including women's movements, diaspora communities, national governments, non-governmental. Books reviewed in this article: Selma Botman, Engendering Citizenship in Egypt Margaret L.

Meriwether and Judith E.

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Tucker (eds), A Social History of Women and Gender in the Modern Middle East Elizabeth Thompson, Colonial Citizens: Republican Rights, Paternal Privilege, and Gender in French Syria and LebanonAuthor: Elisa Camiscioli. Books reviewed in this article: Selma Botman, Engendering Citizenship in Egypt Margaret L.

Meriwether and Judith E. Tucker (eds), A Social History of Women and Gender in the Modern Middle East Author: Elisa Camiscioli. the first women’s college in the Middle East, the American Junior College for Women, Gender and Citizenship in the Arab World F/3.+/ C3/*/4#22+,# Predicament of Lebanese Women Married to Non-Lebanese: Field Analytical Study F/25/ A6-L/0/2+ Citizenship and Gender in the Arab World.

Citizenship and GenderFile Size: 1MB. Citizenship, gender and the politics of quasi states. In S. Joseph, (Ed.). Gender and citizenship in the Middle East (pp. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press. Altorki, S. The concept and practice of citizenship in Saudi Arabia.

In S. Joseph (Ed.). Gender and citizenship in the Middle East Cited by: 6. lenges to Citizenship after the Arab Uprisings’. A selection of the working papers is now available from the Middle East Centre, reflecting a range of theoretical and empirical under-standings of how belonging and political identity have evolved in juridical practice and social life in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region after File Size: 3MB.

Citizenship, gender, and the politics of quasi states, by Haya Al-Mughni and Mary Ann Tétreault. Passports and passages: tests of women's citizenship rights, by Sheila Carapico and Anna Wuerth. Part 5: The non-Arab Middle East.

Gender and citizenship in Turkey, by Yeşim Arat. Iranian women at the intersection of citizenship and the family. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Contemporary Issues in the Middle East: Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East (Hardcover) at   Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East, with a forward by Deniz Kandiyofi, Syracuse and New York: Syracuse University Press.

( pages) ISBN: X Although the citizen is defined in much of classical theory as a neutral subject in cultural and gender terms, it is obvious that this citizen is not gender free. 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.

Designed for courses in Middle East, women's, and cultural studies, Women and Power in the Middle East offers to both students and scholars an excellent introduction to the study of gender in the Arab-Islamic world.

Suad Joseph is Professor of Anthropology and Women's Studies at the University of California, Davis. It was published with a companion volume entitled Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East, edited by Suad Joseph, as an outcome of conferences held in The first eight chapters demonstrate theoretical approaches to citizenship.

Table of Contents. Introduction: Gender and Diversity in the Middle East and North Africa Zahia Smail Salhi inity in Crisis: The Case of Palestinians in Israel Amalia Sa’ar and Taghreed Yahia-Younis Central Role of the Family Law in the Moroccan Feminist Movement Fatima Sadiqi to the Integration of Moroccan Women in Development Moha Ennaji 5.

Citizenship and the State in the Middle East introduces a pioneering approach to politics in the Middle East by analyzing key factors in the constitution of political communities and collective identities in terms of citizenship.

As a response to processes of globalization, regional integration and ethnic conflicts, the study of citizenship has regained new interest among/5. Gender and Citizenship in Middle Eastern States The debate on citizenship in the Middle East was preceded by and now parallels the debate on civil society.

In the West, discussion on these subjects often assumes Middle Eastern countries are incapable of sustaining democratic relations between state and. Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East () Suad Joseph (ed.), Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, ISBN:pp., website: www.

Opening with a thoughtful, theoretical introduction, this work is organised into four sections, dealing with North Africa, Eastern Arab States, The Arab Gulf Written: 6. Unequal Citizenship: Issues of Gender Justice in the Middle East and North Africa Mounira Maya Charrad 7.

Situating Gender and Citizenship in Development Debates: Towards a Strategy Maitrayee Mukhopadhyay 8. Select Bibliography 9. Notes on Contributors vi Contents.Book Description: The seventeen essays in Women and Power in the Middle East analyze the social, political, economic, and cultural forces that shape gender systems in the Middle East and North Africa.

Published at different times in Middle East Report, the journal of the Middle East Research and Information Project, the essays document empirically the similarities and differences in the.