The unhappy marriage of “third world” women’s movements and orientalism

Morton, Stephen (2004) The unhappy marriage of “third world” women’s movements and orientalism In, Boer, Inge E. (eds.) After Orientalism. Amsterdam, Rodopi pp. 165-181.


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Contents: 1. Inge BOER: “Introduction. Imaginative Geographies and the Discourse of Orientalism” 2. Karina EILERAAS: “Disorienting Looks, Ecarts d’identité: Colonial Photography & Creative Misrecognition in Leila Sebbar’s Sherazade” 3. Belgin TURAN ÖZKAYA: “Theaters of Fear and Delight: Ottomans in the Serenissima” 4. Joshua Paul DALE: “Cross-Cultural Encounters Through a Lateral Gaze” 5. John POTVIN: “Warriors, Slave Traders and Islamic Fanatics: ‘Reporting’ the Spectacle of Oriental Male Bodies in the Illustrated London News, 1890-1900” 6. Mark McLELLAND: “Interpretation and Orientalism: Outing Japan’s Sexual Minorities to the English-Speaking World” 7. Tina SHERWELL: “Imaging the Homeland: Gender and Palestinian National Discourse” 8. Nasrin RAHIMIEH: “Overcoming the Orientalist Legacy of Iranian Modernity: Women’s Post-Revolutionary Film and Literary Production” 9. Stephen MORTON: “The Unhappy Marriage of ‘Third World’ Women’s Movements and Orientalism” 10. Anastasia VALLASOPOULOS: “The Legacy of Orientalism in Middle Eastern Feminism” 11. Suha KUDSIEH: “Season of Migration to the North: (Be)Longing, (Re)Location, and Gendered Geographies in Modern Arabic Travel Narratives” 12. Kate McINTURFF: “Emancipation, Experience and Anti-Foundationalism”

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