Lila Abu-Lughod (2013) Do Muslim Women Need Saving? Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
Recommended texts and other resources
These texts will all be available at the bookshop
- Amara, Fadela (2006) Breaking the Silence: French Women's Voices from the Ghetto , Berkely, University of California Press
- Scott, Joan (2007) Politics of the Veil . Princeton, Princeton University Press
- Wikan, Unni (2008) In Honour of Fadime: Murder and Shame, Chicago, University of Chicago Press
- Related Handbook entries
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Type Name Specialisation (formal) Gender Studies Specialisation (formal) Gender Studies Specialisation (formal) Development Studies Informal specialisation Anthropology Specialisation (formal) Development Studies Specialisation (formal) Development Studies Specialisation (formal) Gender Studies Specialisation (formal) Gender Studies Informal specialisation PD-ARTS Development Studies Informal specialisation PD-ARTS Social Theory Specialisation (formal) Anthropology Specialisation (formal) Cultural Studies Informal specialisation 150 Point Master of Development Studies (Gender & Development) Informal specialisation 200 points Master of Arts (Professional and Applied Ethics) Informal specialisation 200 Point Master of Development Studies (Gender & Development) Informal specialisation PD-ARTS Anthropology Informal specialisation PD-ARTS Gender Studies Informal specialisation Gender Studies
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Last updated: 6 December 2019