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Pensée 1: Private Reflections

  • Fadwa El Guindi (a1)

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I consider it nontrivial that IJMES invites reflection on the question, “What is private in the Middle East?” without positioning “private” against “public.” Conceptually, a private–public polarity refers to a division of space that has become reified into a heuristic paradigm used to describe gendered social and cultural activities.

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Pensée 1: Private Reflections

  • Fadwa El Guindi (a1)

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