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  1. Research

    Gender and Conflict Transformation: Nagaland and Egypt

    Goswami, Triveni. 2007. Gender and Conflict Transformation: Nagaland and Egypt. New Delhi: Akansha Publishing House.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Women, Governance, Political Participation Regions: Africa, MENA, North Africa, Asia, South Asia Countries: Egypt, India

  2. Research

    Modernising Women and Democratisation After the Arab Spring

    Moghadam, Valentine M. 2014. "Modernising Women and Democratisation After the Arab Spring." The Journal of North African Studies 19 (2): 137-42

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Democracy / Democratization, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Governance, Post-conflict Governance, Post-Conflict, Rights, Women's Rights Regions: Africa, MENA, North Africa, Asia, Middle East Countries: Bahrain, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, Yemen Keywords: Arab Spring, democratisation, women, women's rights, women's movements

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    Contentious and Prefigurative Politics: Vigilante Groups' Struggle against Sexual Violence in Egypt (2011-2013)

    Tadros, Mariz. 2015. “Contentious and Prefigurative Politics: Vigilante Groups’ Struggle against Sexual Violence in Egypt (2011–2013).” Development and Change 46 (6): 1345–68. doi:10.1111/dech.12210.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Women, Gender-Based Violence, Sexual Violence Regions: Africa, MENA, North Africa, Middle East Countries: Egypt

  4. Research

    Postcolonial Subjectivity: Masculinity, Shame, and Memory

    Treacher, Amal. 2007. “Postcolonial Subjectivity: Masculinity, Shame, and Memory.” Ethnic and Racial Studies 30 (2): 281–99.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, National Liberation Wars, Coloniality/Post-Coloniality, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Gendered Power Relations, Nationalism Regions: Africa, MENA, North Africa, Asia, Middle East Countries: Egypt Keywords: Egypt, memory, postcolonial masculine subjectivity, shame, silence

  5. Research

    The Privilege of Revolution: Gender, Class, Space, and Affect in Egypt

    Winegar, Jessica. 2012. “The Privilege of Revolution: Gender, Class, Space, and Affect in Egypt.” American Ethnologist 39 (1): 67–70.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Civil Wars, Class, Gender, Women, Men, Gender Roles, Households Regions: Africa, MENA, North Africa, Asia, Middle East Countries: Egypt Keywords: Egypt, revolution, gender, class, space, Affect, generation

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    No Longer a Bargain: Women, Masculinity, and the Egyptian Uprising

    Hafez, Sherine. 2012. “No Longer a Bargain: Women, Masculinity, and the Egyptian Uprising.” American Ethnologist 39 (1): 37–42.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Women, Masculinity/ies, Gendered Power Relations, Patriarchy, Gender Equality/Inequality Regions: Africa, MENA, North Africa, Asia, Middle East Countries: Egypt Keywords: Egypt's uprising, gender relations in the Middle East, masculinity, patriarchy, patriarchal bargain, state patriarchy, women and revolution

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