The Literature and Culture of Morocco: Gender Matters
- "Visual Representation" and "Cultural Geography": Constructing Linkages -- a Reading of Fatima Quazzani's At My Mother's House
- "Moroccan Women's Writers in Arabic Expression."
Rhissassi Fouzia, Kenitra University, Morocco -- summary
- "Women in the Moroccan Oral Tradition: Dreams of Transgressions in two Berber Tales of Wonder."
Yasmina Sarhrouny, Mohamed V University, Rabat, Morocco --
- "Gendering Tales: A Feminist Reading of Seven Wonder Tales." (a 14-part essay and story collection) Yasmina Sarhrouny, Mohamed V University, Rabat, Morocco
- "Gender, Postcoloniality and Orality."
Hasna Lebbady, Mohamed V University, Rabat, Morocco
- "Feminism and Politics in Moroccan Feminist Non-Governmental Organisations."
Souad Eddouada, Mohamed V, Rabat, Morocco
- By Appearance Alone [Misrepresentations of Muslim Women]
- 'Sexualising' Arab Men
- "Nationhood in African Women's Writings."
Fatima Bouzenirh, Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco -- summary
- "Reconstructing Female Identity in a Post-Colonial Context: The Case of Algerian Writers Nina Bouraoui and Leila Marouane."
Mina Ait'Mbark, Queen's University of Belfast, Northern Ireland -- summary
Last modified: 13 May 2001