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Betwixt and Between? Women, the Nation and Islamization in Pakistan

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This essay attempts to explore the question of Pakistani feminism's relationship with the tradition/modernity or secularism/Islamism debate, within the context of the discursive conditions of Islamization as they continue to unfold in response to national and international pressures. I argue that modernity, secularism and the west are not necessarily synonymous, and that new theorizations of Islamic modernity and a secular Islam are the need of the day.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2007

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