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📙 Questioning French Secularism: Gender Politics and Islam in a Parisian Suburb by Jennifer A. Selby (auth.) — epub download


Based on extensive ethnographic fieldwork, this book analyzes public discourses on secularism in France to consider how Islam becomes subsumed under the fetishized headscarf, how women's bodies come to represent collective identities, and how the activism and engagement of suburban Muslim women with secular politics is ignored.



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