Women’s activism in the Algerian Revolution was not a unique phenomenon, but rather a continuation of Arab women’s long history of participation in military conflicts, dating back to the early Islamic community of the 7th century. Memoirs by women who achieved some fame in this conflict reveal the ways that their gendered status shaped and was shaped by their participation in the conflict.
|Presenter:||Joseph Sweeney (Undergraduate Student)|
|Time:||9:40 am (Session I)
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