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Contents Introduction 1. Islamization: Defining New Spaces for Sudan 2. Social Space, Gender Order and Women's Everyday Life 3. Amel-Social Construction of Space as Relaxation of the Family Control 4. Dalia-Social Construction of Space as Religiosity 5. Nana-Social Construction of Space as Transformation of the Social Status 6. Hiba-Social Construction of Space as Provision of Purity 7. Focusing in on Social Spaces 8. New Spaces and Old Frontiers References Glossary Index About the Author
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Women Sudan Khartoum Social conditions Case studies, Social change Sudan Khartoum, Islam and politics Sudan Khartoum