Women in the Syrian Uprising
What is it about?
This article looks at the depiction of women in the Syrian Uprising. It argues that women are generally portrayed as either heroines, pawns, or victims. They are seldom seen as independent agents capable of violence.
Why is it important?
It is one of the few articles that complicate the notion that women are basically good and argues that Islamism is generally equated with negative views of masculinity.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr. Edith Szanto and Dr Edith Szanto