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The veil as magic in non-Democratic Islam: the word and the deed or the symbolic management of incoherence

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Feminist perspectives on women in the Arabo-Islamic culture.|Arabic and Islamic lectures.

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Mernissi attributes the suppression of women's rights in the Muslim world to the advent of Islam and describes the role of women in modern Muslim society.

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Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University., Sponsored by: University Lectures Committee,Center for International Studies,Society for the Humanities,Women's Studies Program,Faculty Committee on Arabic and Islamic Studies of the College of Arts and Sciences., Speaker(s): Universite Mohamed V. Institut, Universitaire de la Recherche Scientifique, Morocco., Lecture, October 7, 1988.

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1988-10-07

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Muslim women--Social conditions; Women in Islam; Women (Islamic law)

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3601956

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