"This book contains many thoughtful, highly relevant, and frequently brilliant essays on the contemporary ideas, organization, activities, and agency of Muslim women in several countries."--Nikki Keddie, author of Women in the Middle East: Past and Present
Has Arab Spring made life better for Muslim women? Has new media brought feminists together, or has it become a tool to organize the opposition? This essential collection is updated with a new introduction and two new essays, offering insider views on how Muslim women are navigating technology, social media, public space, secularism/fundamentalism, and citizenship.
Fereshteh Nouraie-Simone is a historian at the American University School of International Service.
About the Author
Fereshteh Nouraie-Simone is a historian at the American University School of International Service. She teaches courses on gender and social change in the Middle East, Iran, and the history of US-Iran relations.