Gender and Everyday Life in Contemporary Religion, Reading Group 2, Lent 2019
The second of two Reading Groups on 'Gender and Everyday Life in Contemporary Religion' will take place between 1-2pm on February 6 at the Woolf Institute. The text for discussion:
Sirma Bilge (2010) Beyond Subordination vs. Resistance: An Intersectional Approach to the Agency of Veiled Muslim Women, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 31:1, 9-28, DOI: 10.1080/07256860903477662
Read the article here. This Reading Group will be presented by Tobias Müller (Junior Research Fellow, Woolf Institute and doctoral candidate, POLIS, University of Cambridge) who will reflect on Intersectionality, Gender and Religion.
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