Volume 27, Issue 1 (2022)
Gender, Intersectionality, and Political Change in Contemporary Middle East Conflicts

Table of Contents

Introduction: Examining Gender Issues and Political Change in the Contemporary Middle East through an Intersectionality Lens
Kholoud Saber Barakat (Guest Editor)


Gender Policy and Authoritarian Flexibility: The Women’s Quota in Morocco as an Instrument of Regime Support
Mohammed Drif

Constructing the National Body through Public Homophobia: A Discourse Analysis of Egyptian Media Coverage of the ‘Rainbow Flag Case’ in 2017
Ricarda Ameling

The New Feminist Movement Against Sexual Violence in Egypt 2011–2021
Hind Ahmed Zaki

Intertwined Hierarchies: The Intersection of Religion and Gender in the Personal Status Laws of Orthodox Copts in Egypt
Marina Samir

NGOisation in Exile: Necessity, Professionalisation, and Subjective Space in the Case of Syrian Women Activists in Berlin
Hiba Alhamed

Book Reviews

Book Review: ‘Women Rising: In and Beyond the Arab Spring’, edited by Rita Stephan and Mounira M. Charrad
Reem Awny Abuzaid

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Kholoud Saber Barakat

Postdoctoral Fellow at The University of Louvain (UCLouvain) and a consultant specialising is feminist psycology. Her research focuses on topics of politicisation/genderisation trauma, resistance, and psychological health of women in the Arab region, especially in the contexts of Egypt and Syria after The Arab Uprisings.

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