A most masculine state gender politics and religion in saudi arabia cambridge middle east studies madawi al rasheed on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers women in saudi arabia are often described as either victims of patriarchal religion and society or successful survivors of discrimination imposed on them by others madawi al rasheeds new book goes beyond these . Cambridge core middle east governmentpolitics and policy a most masculine state by madawi al rasheed gender politics and religion in saudi arabia get access buy the print book series cambridge middle east studies 43 export citation recommend to librarian. A most masculine state gender politics and religion in saudi arabia she examines the intersection between gender religion and politics that perpetuates womens exclusion the author unveils pro cambridge middle east studies editorial board charles tripp general editor julia clancy smith. Madawi al rasheed is professor of anthropology of religion at kings college london she specialises in saudi history politics and society her publications include contesting the saudi state 2007 kingdom without borders 2009 and a history of saudi arabia 2010. In her new book a most masculine state gender politics and religion in saudi arabia madawi al rasheed engages with the post september 11 context in which the womens issue in saudi arabia has due to both internal and external pressure become a global concernacademically the work connects with existing literature and debates on religious nationalism and gender studies in general and
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