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This interdisciplinary collection of writings by and about Arab women is the first that focuses explicitly on Arab women’s often-fraught engagement with the boundaries that shape their lives in the twenty-first century.
Is women’s inequality supported by the Qur’an? Do men have the exclusive right to interpret Islam’s holy scripture?
This collection of poetry by the celebrated southern Iranian poet and filmmaker Roja Chamankar (b. 1981) introduces English-speaking readers to one of the most accomplished and well-loved poets of her generation.
Embracing a new religion, or leaving one’s faith, usually constitutes a significant milestone in a person’s life. While a number of scholars have examined the reasons why people convert to Islam, few have investigated why people leave the faith ...
Upon its initial release in Arabic in the fall of 2014, Using Life received acclaim in Egypt and the wider Arab world.