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Al-Ali, Nadje (1997) 'Feminism and Contemporary Debates in Egypt.' In: Chatty, Dawn and Rabo, Anika, (eds.), Women Organized in Groups in the Middle East: formal and informal groups. Oxford & New York: Berg Publisher.

Al-Ali, Nadje (2009) Irakli Kadinlarin: Anlatilmayan Öyküsü 1948'Den Bugüne. Istanbul, Turkey: ILETIŞIM.

Al-Ali, Nadje (2007) Iraqi Women: Untold Stories From 1948 to the Present. London; New York: Zed Books.

Al-Ali, Nadje (2004) 'Secular Women’s Activism in Contemporary Egypt.' In: Imam, Ayesha and Morgan, Jenny and Yuval Davis, Nira, (eds.), Warning Signs of Fundamentalisms. London: Women Living Under Muslim Law, pp. 144-157.

Al-Ali, Nadje (2000) Secularism, Gender & the State in the Middle East: The Egyptian Women's Movement. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (Cambridge Middle East Studies; 14)

Al-Ali, Nadje (2000) 'We Are Not Feminists: Egyptian Women’s Rights Activists On Feminism.' In: Nelson, Cynthia and Rouse, Shahnaz, (eds.), Globalization And the Indigenization of Knowledge Debate: Comparative Perspectives. University of Florida Press, pp. 337-358.

Al-Ali, Nadje and Hussein, Yasmin (2003) 'Iraq.' In: Mahdi, Akbar, (ed.), Teen life in the Middle East. Westport: Greenwood Publishing.

Al-Ali, Nadje and Pratt, Nicola (2006) 'Women in Iraq: Beyond the Rhetoric.' MERIP : Middle East Report (No. 23). pp. 18-23.

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Chopra, R. and Osella, Caroline and Osella, F. (2004) South Asian masculinities: context of change, sites of continuity. New Delhi: Women Unlimited an associate of Kali for Women.

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Fortna, Benjamin (2007) 'Emphasizing the Islamic: Modifying the Curriculum of Late Ottoman State Schools.' In: Kreiser, Klaus and Georgeon, François, (eds.), Enfance et jeunesse dans l'islam – Chilhood and Youth in the Muslim World. Paris: Maisonneuve et Larose, pp. 193-209.

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Gerteis, Christopher and George, Timothy S., eds. (2012) Japan since 1945: from Postwar to Post-Bubble. London and New York: Bloomsbury.

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Hammond, Laura (2003) 'How Will the Children Come Home? Emplacement and the Creation of the Social Body in an Ethiopian Returnee Settlement.' In: Olwig, K. F. and Gullov, E., (eds.), Children's Places. Cross-Cultural Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 77-94.

Hamzić, Vanja (2011) Unlearning Human Rights and False Grand Dichotomies? In: Human Rights Beyond the Law: Politics, Practices, Performances of Protest, September 2011, Jindal Global University, Sonipat and New Delhi, India.

Hamzić, Vanja and Mir-Hosseini, Ziba (2010) Control and Sexuality: The Revival of Zina Laws in Muslim Contexts. London: Women Living Under Muslim Laws.

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Jacobsen, Trudy (2008) Lost Goddesses: The Denial of Female Power in Cambodian History. Copenhagen S., Denmark: NIAS Press. (Gendering Asia, no. 4)

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Osella, Caroline and Osella, F. (2004) 'Young Malayali Men and their Movie Heroes.' In: Chopra, R. and Osella, C. and Osella, F., (eds.), South Asian Masculinities. Context of Change, Sites of Continuity. Women Unlimited, pp. 224-261.

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Rodet, Marie (2009) Les migrantes ignorées du Haut-Sénégal, 1900-1946. Paris: Karthala.

Rostami-Povey, Elaheh (2007) Afghan Women. Identity & Invasion. New York: Zed Books.

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Salih, Ruba (2004) 'Ambivalent frontiers: gender and the lived experience of transnational migration.' In: Knop, Karen, (ed.), Gender and Human Rights. New York: Oxford University Press.

Salih, Ruba (2006) 'Femminismo e Islamismo. Pratiche politiche e processi di identificazione in epoca post-coloniale.' In: Bertilotti, T. and Galasso, C. and Gissi, G. and Lagorio, F., (eds.), Altri Femminismi. Corpi, Culture, Lavoro. Rome: Manifesto Libri, pp. 101-121.

Salih, Ruba (2006) 'Le donne palestinesi: i conflitti della cittadinanza.' In: Scrittori, A.R., (ed.), Margini e Confini. Studi sulla cultura delle donne nell 19et. Venice: Cafoscarina.

Salih, Ruba (2009) 'Muslim women, fragmented secularism and the construction of interconnected 'publics' in Italy.' Social Anthropology, 17 (4). pp. 409-423.

Salih, Ruba (2002) 'Recognising Difference, Reinforcing Exclusion. The Case of a Family Planning Centre for Migrant Women and their Children in Emilia Romagna.' In: Grillo, R.D. and Pratt, J., (eds.), The Politics of Recognising Difference. Multiculturalism Italian-Style. Aldershot: Asghate, pp. 139-159.

Salih, Ruba (2003) 'Shifting Meanings of Islam and Multiple Representations of Modernity: the case of Migrant Women of Muslim Origin in Italy.' In: Gender and Ethnicity in Contemporary Europe. Oxford: Berg, pp. 119-139.

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Tan, Carol G.S. (2005) 'Hurry No Man's Cattle: British Rule and Suicide in China.' The Journal of Legal History, 26 (3). pp. 279-304.

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Welchman, Lynn (2007) Women and Muslim Family Laws in Arab States. A Comparative Overview of Textual Development and Advocacy. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. (ISIM Series on Contemporary Muslim Societies)

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