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Download ¿ Irai Women: Untold Stories From 1948 to the Present Í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free The war in Ira has put the condition of Irai women firmly on the global agenda For years their lives have been framed by state oppression economic sanctions and three wars Now they must play a seminal role in reshaping their country's future for the twenty first century Nadje Al Ali challenges the myths and misconceptions which have dominated debates about Ira.

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Download ¿ Irai Women: Untold Stories From 1948 to the Present Í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ism triggered by war and sanctions Yet the book also shows that far from being passive victims Irai women have been and continue to be key social and political actors Following the invasion Al Ali analyses the impact of occupation and Islamist movements on women's lives and argues that US led calls for liberation has led to a greater backlash against Irai wome. This was the best book we read in my class this uarter so far I echo the comment that there shd be less describing and space for the women to talk but I appreciate al Ali bringing her own story into the mix

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Download ¿ Irai Women: Untold Stories From 1948 to the Present Í PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free I women bringing a much needed gender perspective to bear on the central political issue of our time Based on life stories and oral histories of Irai women she traces the history of Ira from post colonial independence to the emergence of a women's movement in the 1950s Saddam Hussein's early policy of state feminism to the turn towards greater social conservat. This is a really great book on many levelsIt s really weird for me to think that at this time Ira has largely faded from public discourse Since 1990 and as long as I d been paying attention to politics for sure it had been the subject of fear of containment of violence and constant debates in global and American policy We talk about other places nowAt the time of the 2003 war and when this book was published I think there were two main points of rhetoric that came up WRT Ira and women and the decline of women s rights The first was total erasure and the belief that countries in the Middle East were always this bad whenever stories about horrific abuses or even things that were directly a result of the war like human trafficing occurred There also was like in Afghanistan but to a lesser extent a mythology perpetuated by neocons that the war was in part about defending women s rights and some pro war Irai expats in the US encouraged this and made flat out false claims that women were not allowed to study in universities in Ira The other strain of the rhetoric WRT Ira and women is also popular but just as wrong it recognizes that Ira once had a better situation for women s rights but for some reason gives credit to the regime of Saddam Hussein for this when in fact the legal rights that women had in Ira were the result of feminist activists work and were implemented in the late 1950s a decade before Ba thist rule and 20 years before Hussein was in power This second mythology comes out of the really popular binary that there is only post and pre 2003 Ira and pre 2003 Ira is represented by the Ba thist regime and nothing else As if nothing else had happened before this time and as if there were no other political actors and I think this book largely seeks to counter this The dominant uestion asked of Irais at wartime over and over was was it better before or now was and is irrelevant because there were many befores and the answer is there are many ways that Ira was experienced and also many ways in which things got worse This actually isn t a book strictly about women s rights which is just one facet of life in IraThe book is based on interviews of many Irai women whose stories begin to be narrated in the 1940s upto the present it goes through what people s lives were like in the 1940s following the overthrow of the monarchy and communist leaning government of 1958 the coups of 1963 1968 the following Ba thist regimes and political persecution the Iran Ira war the Gulf war the crushed rebellion the 1990s sanctions and then finally the war of 2003 One of the book s strengths is how much it lets its subjects speak for themselves which also is a limitation being written and researched during the absolute worst of the secatarian violence interviewing in Ira was not an option and her subjects are interviewed in neighbouring countries as well as in the diaspora in the UK and the US At the time uite a sizable chunk of the Irai population had fled to either Syria or Jordan once the violence got bad but of course many could not make that tripThat also had really interesting results because her work became a map of the Irai diaspora from those like the author s father who emigrated to London in the 50s those who left fleeing political persecution in the 70s were deported in the 1980s fled the violence of 1991 or who migrated for economic reasons and all experienced Ira very differently Some were leftist activists while some were apolitical and some participated in US funded NGOs and worked as translators post 2003 Tensions between those who tried to return to Ira after 2003 and those who never left some of whom worked with American funded groups and some that didn t That was all really helpful for me to read when so many competing narratives about Ira were flying around This is a really good read not just for those interested in the Middle East and gender issues but also for Irais outside Ira who don t always get talk to people with different views from their own Maybe pair it with Anthony Shadid s book or the documentary About Baghdad to get views from those living inside

  • Paperback
  • 304
  • Iraqi Women: Untold Stories From 1948 to the Present
  • Nadje Al-Ali
  • English
  • 09 August 2019
  • 9781842777459