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Gender Politics in Sudan : Islamism, Socialism, and the State - Sondra Hale
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Focusing on the relationship between gender and the state in the construction of national identity politics in twentieth-century northern Sudan, the author investigates the mechanisms that the state and political and religious interest groups employ for achieving political and cultural hegemony. Hale argues that such a process involves the transformation of culture through the involvement of women in both left-wing and Islamist revolutionary movements. In drawing parallels between the gender ideology of secular and religious organizations in Sudan, Hale analyzes male positioning of women within the culture to serve the movement. Using data from fieldwork conducted between 1961 and 1988, she investigates the conditions under which women's culture can be active, generative, positive expressions of resistance and transformation. Hale argues that in northern Sudan women may be using Islam to construct their own identity and improve their situation. Nevertheless, she raises questions about the barriers that women may face, now that the Islamic state is achieving hegemony, and discusses the limits of identity politics. 20th century,africa,african,feminist theory,gay and lesbian,gender studies,history,humanities,international and world politics,modern (16th-21st centuries) Gay & Lesbian, Westview Press

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Focusing on the relationship between gender and the state in the construction of national identity politics in twentieth-century northern Sudan, the author investigates the mechanisms that the state and political and religious interest groups employ for achieving political and cultural hegemony. Hale argues that such a process involves the transformation of culture through the involvement of women in both left-wing and Islamist revolutionary movements. In drawing parallels between the gender ideology of secular and religious organizations in Sudan, Hale analyzes male positioning of women within the culture to serve the movement. Using data from fieldwork conducted between 1961 and 1988, she investigates the conditions under which women's culture can be active, generative, positive expressions of resistance and transformation. Hale argues that in northern Sudan women may be using Islam to construct their own identity and improve their situation. Nevertheless, she raises questions about the barriers that women may face, now that the Islamic state is achieving hegemony, and discusses the limits of identity politics. 20th century,africa,african,feminist theory,gay and lesbian,gender studies,history,humanities,international and world politics,modern (16th-21st centuries) Gay & Lesbian, Westview Press

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Focusing on the relationship between gender and the state in the construction of national identity politics in twentieth-century northern Sudan, the author investigates the mechanisms that the state and political and religious interest groups employ for achieving political and cultural hegemony. Hale argues that such a process involves the transformation of culture through the involvement of women in both left-wing and Islamist revolutionary movements. In drawing parallels between the gender ideology of secular and religious organizations in Sudan, Hale analyzes male positioning of women within the culture to serve the movement. Using data from fieldwork conducted between 1961 and 1988, she investigates the conditions under which women's culture can be active, generative, positive expressions of resistance and transformation. Hale argues that in northern Sudan women may be using Islam to construct their own identity and improve their situation. Nevertheless, she raises questions about the barriers that women may face, now that the Islamic state is achieving hegemony, and discusses the limits of identity politics. Sondra Hale, Books, History, Gender Politics In Sudan: Islamism, Socialism, And The State Books>History, Avalon Publishing

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Focusing on the relationship between gender and the state in the construction of national identity politics in twentieth-century northern Sudan, the author investigates the mechanisms that the state and political and religious interest groups employ for achieving political and cultural hegemony. Hale argues that such a process involves the transformation of culture through the involvement of women in both left-wing and Islamist revolutionary movements. In drawing parallels between the gender ideology of secular and religious organizations in Sudan, Hale analyzes male positioning of women within the culture to serve the movement. Using data from fieldwork conducted between 1961 and 1988, she investigates the conditions under which women's culture can be active, generative, positive expressions of resistance and transformation. Hale argues that in northern Sudan women may be using Islam to construct their own identity and improve their situation. Nevertheless, she raises questions about the barriers that women may face, now that the Islamic state is achieving hegemony, and discusses the limits of identity politics. Gender Politics in Sudan: Islamism, Socialism, and the State Hale, Sondra, Westview Press

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Gender Politics in Sudan: Islamism, Socialism, and the State

This work explores the relationship between gender and the state in the construction of national identity politics in twentieth-century Sudan, focusing on the mechanisms that the state and political and religious interest groups employ to achieve political and cultural hegemony. Looking at the involvement of women in both left-wing and Islamist revolutionary movements, Hale investigates the conditions under which women's culture can be active, generative, positive expressions of resistance and transformation. She also raises questions about the limits that women may face, now that the Islamic state is achieving hegemony.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780813333700
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0813333709
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Publishing year: 1997
Publisher: WESTVIEW PR
312 Pages
Weight: 0,426 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780813333700

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