Table of contents for Parwana : the changing role of Afghan women / Katherine Kiviat and Scott Heidler ; photographs by Katherine Kiviat.

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Contents
Acknowledgments 
Introduction
Huria Hessary, Midwife Trainer
General Khatool Muhammad Zai, Afghan Army Paratrooper
Homaira Habib, Radio Journalist 
Shagoofa Sahar, Host of Good Morning Afghanistan Radio
Freeshta Sadat, Abused Wife
Jamila Mujahad, TV Journalist
Lailama Nabizada, Afghan National Army Helicopter Pilot
Zahra Mohammadi, Divorc¿e 
Shaima Aminy, Burn Unit Nurse at Herat Hospital
Suhila Fanoos, Welayet Women's Prison Guard in Central Kabul
Suraya Parlika, Executive Director, All Afghan Women's Union
Fareshta Kohistani, United Nations Photographer
Farzana Wahidy, Photojournalist
Mahjan, Housewife
Azima Nabi, Teacher and Mother of Six
Aziza Nazari, Police General, Human Rights Department
Marina Gulbahari, Actress
Massuda Jalal, Former Minister of Women's Affairs / Presidential Candidate 
Nadera, Bread Maker
Roshan Gul, Bee Keeper
Shaharzad Akbar, Kabul University Student
Friba Razayee, Afghan Judo Olympian
Naheed Mirza, Police Academy Graduate
Mahmoda Hoseini, Female Mullah
Hamida Jan, Actress / Refugee
Robina Moqimyar, Afghan Olympic Sprinter
Parwana Ghezel, Ariana Afghan Airlines Flight Attendant
Shaima Razayee, Host, Hop Music TV Program
Mariza Tamaski, Supermarket Saleswoman
Fatema Kamazemyan, Head of Women's Affairs Office in Bamiyan
Malalai Kakar, Criminal Investigator in Kandahar
Abeershah, Fortune Teller
Shaima Rahmany, Filmmaker
Zubaida Akbar, Journalist
Safia Amma Jan, Head of Women's Affairs Office in Kandahar
Shazia Saba, Office Manager Bamiyan DDR (Disarmament, Demobilization and Reintegration)
Pashtoon Shahna, Girls' High School Principal
Hanifa Jamizada, Presidential Election Worker
Mahgul, Handicraft Worker
Miriam Farooq, Language Teacher / Former Underground Teacher

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Women -- Afghanistan -- Interviews.
Women -- Afghanistan -- Social conditions.
Women -- Afghanistan -- Pictorial works.