The private is political: Women and family in intellectual Islam
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Publication InfoMcLarney, Ellen (2010). The private is political: Women and family in intellectual Islam. FEMINIST THEORY, 11(2). pp. 129-148. 10.1177/1464700110366805. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/6636.
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