Table of contents for Geographies of Muslim women : gender, religion, and space / edited by Ghazi-Walid Falah & Caroline Nagel.

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List of Figures and Tables
List of contributors
INTRODUCTION										1
Caroline Nagel
1 GROWING UP IN GILGIT: EXPLORING THE NATURE OF GIRLHOOD IN 	27	NORTHERN PAKISTAN
 Sarah J. Halverson
2 (RE)DEFINING PUBLIC SPACES THROUGH DEVELOPMENTAL 72
 EDUCATION FOR AFGHAN WOMEN
 Naheed Gina Aaftaab
3 A SPACE OF HER OWN: WOMEN, WORK AND DESIRE IN AN 106
 AFGHAN NOMAD COMMUNITY
Diana K. Davis
 4 CHANGING IDENTITIES AND CHANGING SPACES IN VILLAGE 144
 LANDSCAPES OF SETTLED PASTORALISTS IN EASTERN 
 MOROCCO
 Susanne H. Steinmann
5 TRANSNATIONAL ISLAM: INDONESIAN MIGRANT DOMESTIC 203
 WORKERS IN SAUDI ARABIA
 Rachel Silvey
6 MORAL GEOGRAPHIES AND WOMEN'S FREEDOM: RETHINKING 242 
 FREEDOM DISCOURSE IN THE MOROCCAN CONTEXT
 Amy Freeman
7 NEGOTIATING SPACES OF THE HOME, THE EDUCATION SYSTEM 297
 AND THE LABOR MARKET: THE CASE OF YOUNG, WORKING- CLASS, BRITISH-PAKISTANI MUSLIM WOMEN
 Robina Mohammad
8 ISLAMISM, DEMOCRACY AND THE POLITICAL PRODUCTION OF THE 337 
 HEADSCARF ISSUE IN TURKEY
 Anna Secor
9 SOCIALTRANSFORMATION AND ISLAMIC REINTERPRETATION IN 377
 NORTHERN SOMALIA: THE WOMEN'S MOSQUE IN GABILEY
 Abdi Ismail Samatar
10 GENDERED SPACE IN THE LEBANESE WOMEN TOBACCO 412
 WORKERS' STRIKE OF1970
 Malek Abisaab
11 WRITING PLACE AND GENDER IN NOVELS BY TUNISIAN WOMEN 459
 WRITERS
 Leila Ayari and Marc Brosseau
12 THE VISUAL REPRESENTATION OF MUSLIM/ARAB WOMEN IN 498
 THE DAILY NEWSPAPERS IN THE UNITED STATES
 Ghazi-Walid Falah
 
 
 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Muslim women.
Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Islamic countries.
Human geography.