Nidaba


Nidaba | An Interdisciplinary Journal

This interdisciplinary Journal of Middle East Studies is an open-access, double-blind peer-reviewed journal published digitally by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University. The journal is published bi-annually, and features original multi-disciplinary articles related to the study of the Middle East (broadly defined). Reflecting the general mission of CMES, the journal aims to publish articles that are theoretically informed, methodologically sound and analytically innovative. Nidaba’s goal is to contribute to informed public debates and policy formulations related to the Middle East. The journal welcomes submissions with a broad perspective. Interdisciplinary submissions are strongly encouraged.


Vol 1, No 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Nidaba

Introduction from the director of CMES
Leif Stenberg
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3
Introduction from the editor
Dalia Abdelhady
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4-5

Articles

Staci Strobl
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6-18
Rania Maktabi
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20-34
Shefali Jha
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36-46
Susan Dun
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48-58
Jillian Schedneck
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60-71
Leila DeVriese
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72-82

Reviews

Mustang (2015)
Adile Sedef Dönmez
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84
Do Muslim Women Need Saving?
Esther Schoorel
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85
Nation-Building, State and the Gender-Framing of Women’s Rights in the United Arab Emirates (1971-2009)
Danielle Soskin
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86
An Islam of Her Own
Asmae Badr Ibrahim
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87

The Middle East That No One Knows

In the Shadow of Imam Hussein: The Karbala Film Festival 2016
Marie Hallberg
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88-89