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  2. Jessica Marie Newman
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  2. Heather Rastovac-Akbarzadeh
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  2. Paromita Kar
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  2. Jasbir K. Puar, Kathryn Medien
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  1. Thinking the Mediterranean with Lalla Maryama
  2. Susan Slyomovics
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  1. Thinking Women, Feminism, and Muslim Identity through Bodies and Space in Turkey
  2. Banu Gökariksel
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  2. Hina Azam
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  1. miriam cooke: A Pioneer of Middle East Women's Studies
  2. Suad Joseph
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  1. Keeping the Gates Open
  2. Margot Badran
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  1. Reciprocal Transmission: My "Women and War" Journey with miriam cooke
  2. Evelyne Accad
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