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On December 20, 2011, Egyptian women of all ages and backgrounds?urban and rural, working class and upper class?came out in force to Cairos Tahrir Square in one of the largest uprisings in the countrys history. The demonstrators gathered as citizens and likewise as women demanding social change and ...
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On December 20, 2011, Egyptian women of all ages and backgrounds?urban and rural, working class and upper class?came out in force to Cairos Tahrir Square in one of the largest uprisings in t...
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On December 20, 2011, Egyptian women of all ages and backgrounds?urban and rural, working class and upper class?came out in force to Cairos Tahrir Square in one of the largest uprisings in the countrys history. The demonstrators gathered as citizens and likewise as women demanding social change and the right to gender equality. The size and impact of that uprising underscore the vital importance of women activists to what became known as the Arab Spring.<br />In Resistance, Revolt, and Gender Justice in Egypt, Tadros charts the arc of the Egyptian womens movement, capturing the changing dynamics of gender activism over the course of two decades. She explores the interface between feminist movements, Islamist forces, and three regime ruptures in the battle over womens status in Egyptian society and politics. Parsing the factors that contribute to the success and failure of activist movements, Tadros provides valuable insight on sustaining social change and a vitally important perspective on womens evolving status in a contemporary authoritarian context.

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On December 20, 2011, Egyptian women of all ages and backgrounds?urban and rural, working class and upper class?came out in force to Cairos Tahrir Square in one of the largest uprisings in the countrys history. The demonstrators gathered as citizens and likewise as women demanding social change and the right to gender equality. The size and impact of that uprising underscore the vital importance of women activists to what became known as the Arab Spring.
In Resistance, Revolt, and Gender Justice in Egypt, Tadros charts the arc of the Egyptian womens movement, capturing the changing dynamics of gender activism over the course of two decades. She explores the interface between feminist movements, Islamist forces, and three regime ruptures in the battle over womens status in Egyptian society and politics. Parsing the factors that contribute to the success and failure of activist movements, Tadros provides valuable insight on sustaining social change and a vitally important perspective on womens evolving status in a contemporary authoritarian context.
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On December 20, 2011, Egyptian women of all ages and backgrounds?urban and rural, working class and upper class?came out in force to Cairos Tahrir Square in one of the largest uprisings in the countrys history. The demonstrators gathered as citizens and likewise as women demanding social change and the right to gender equality. The size and impact of that uprising underscore the vital importance of women activists to what became known as the Arab Spring.
In Resistance, Revolt, and Gender Justice in Egypt, Tadros charts the arc of the Egyptian womens movement, capturing the changing dynamics of gender activism over the course of two decades. She explores the interface between feminist movements, Islamist forces, and three regime ruptures in the battle over womens status in Egyptian society and politics. Parsing the factors that contribute to the success and failure of activist movements, Tadros provides valuable insight on sustaining social change and a vitally important perspective on womens evolving status in a contemporary authoritarian context.

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