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Women Writing Africa: The Northern Region (v. 4) ePub download

by Fatima Sadiqi,Azza El Kholy,Moha Ennaji,Amira Nowaira

  • Author: Fatima Sadiqi,Azza El Kholy,Moha Ennaji,Amira Nowaira
  • ISBN: 155861589X
  • ISBN13: 978-1558615892
  • ePub: 1385 kb | FB2: 1865 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Humanities
  • Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY (February 1, 2009)
  • Pages: 696
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 385
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Women Writing Africa: The Northern Region (v. 4) ePub download

Azza El Kholyteaches at Alexandria University and directs the Institute for .

Azza El Kholyteaches at Alexandria University and directs the Institute for Peace in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina. Women Writing Africa : The Southern Region: Volume 1 (Women Writing Africa). The project, funded by the Ford and Rockefeller foundations, seeks.

Nawal El Saadawi and Amira Nowaira. Feminism and Women's Studies. 10am-10pm Bar open until midnight! Sunday. 10am-4pm All day brunch! Monday.

Women Writing Africa book. Women Writing Africa: The Northern Region. Start by marking Women Writing Africa: The Northern Region as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The fourth volume, focused on Northern Africa, includes more than 100 texts from Algeria, Egypt, Mauritania, Morocco, Sudan, and Tunisia. Azza El Kholy teaches at Alexandria University and directs the Institute for Peace in the Bibliotheca Alexandrina. Praise for the previous volumes:Invaluable. This pioneering volume includes works from 3000 BCE to the present, and contains entries referring to three of the world's major religions.

For millennia, women in North Africa have expressed themselves through writing first in. .The texts in Women Writing Africa: The Northern Region.

For millennia, women in North Africa have expressed themselves through writing first in hieroglyphics and then in Latin, Greek, Arabic, French and English alphabets.

Women Writing Africa: The Northern Region. This book is an original contribution to the field of multilingualism and cultural identity

Women Writing Africa: The Northern Region. Claiming Space for Minorities in Egypt after the Arab Spring. This book is an original contribution to the field of multilingualism and cultural identity. It focuses on the impact of multilingualism on cultural identity and education.

Fatima Sadiqi; Amira Nowaira; Azza El Kholy. Culminating the acclaimed Women Writing Africa project, The Northern Region covers 3,000 BCE to today. This button opens a dialog that displays additional images for this product with the option to zoom in or out. Tell us if something is incorrect. This pioneering volume includes works from 3000 BCE to the present; from an Egyptian Queen's marriage proposal to contemporary women promoting new marriage and family laws.

North African women in general and Moroccan women in particular are no longer . New York: The Feminist Press. Sidi Moussa, N. (2016).

North African women in general and Moroccan women in particular are no longer absent from the public sphere. They are activists claiming equal rights and full citizenship (Arfaoui 2014). In Fatima Sadiqi & Moha Ennaji (Ed., Women in the Middle East and North Africa (pp. 79–88). Algerian feminism and the long struggle for women’s equality.

Fatima Sadigi; Amira Nowaira; Azza El Kholy; Moha Ennaji, eds. (2009). The Feminist Press at The City University of New York. com Fatima Tabaamrant, biography and more (English, French, and Berber). "METAMORPHOSES - journal of literary translation".

4: Women writing Africa. Feminist Press at the City University of New York. The slave trade and culture in the bight of Biafra. An African society in the Atlantic world. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Ochonu, Moses E. Northern Nigeria in the great depression. Athens: Ohio University Press. O’Fahey, R. S. (2008).

The fourth volume, focused on Northern Africa, includes more than 100 texts from Algeria, Egypt, Mauritania, Morocco, Sudan, and Tunisia. This pioneering volume includes works from 3000 BCE to the present; from an Egyptian Queen's marriage proposal to contemporary women promoting new marriage and family laws. In addition to Berber poetry and oral history, much prose in the volume is original, and many names will resonate with modern readers, including Leila Abou Zeid, Amina Arfaoui, Salwa Bakr, Assia Djebar, Nawal El Saadawi, and Fatima Mernissi. Important themes include polygamy, FGM, the veil, education, and political participation.
Enila
for those who are interested in African Literature and culture, this 4 volumes anthology gives a broad overview and a good selection of various important writers chronologically ! I recommend it for researchers, students and African lit. fans !
Dalallador
More academic than I expected. Not really my cup of tea.
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