Critique multiple : Les stratégies rhétoriques féministes islamiques

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Multiple Critique: Islamic Feminist Rhetorical Strategies Active Islamic feminists combine religious convictions with their struggle for equal rights between men and women through a multiple consciousness of their oppressed condition. This consciousness fosters a « multiple critique » derived from a plural identity (Muslim, feminist, ex-colonized people) that some consider irreconcilable with religion, feminism and/or nationality. Partisans of this multiple critique form networks and unconventional political alliances in order to advance their program. Multiple Critique: Islamic Feminist Rhetorical Strategies Active Islamic feminists combine religious convictions with their struggle for equal rights between men and women through a multiple consciousness of their oppressed condition. This consciousness fosters a « multiple critique » derived from a plural identity (Muslim, feminist, ex-colonized people) that some consider irreconcilable with religion, feminism and/or nationality. Partisans of this multiple critique form networks and unconventional political alliances in order to advance their program. © L'Harmattan.

Duke Authors

Cited Authors

  • Cooke, M

Published Date

  • December 1, 2005

Volume / Issue

  • 158 /

Start / End Page

  • 189 - 200

Citation Source

  • Scopus