Additional Information. Harem Years: The Memoirs of an Egyptian Feminist, ; by Huda Shaarawi; ; Book; Published by: The Feminist Press; View. Re-‐reading Huda Shaarawi’s “Harem Years”– Bargaining with the Patriarchy in the. Changing Egypt. Julia Lisiecka. Abstract: This paper re-‐examines the. Shaarawi’s feminist activism grew along with her involvement in Egypt’s nationalist of a Cairo harem during the years before Egypt declared independence in , . Huda Shaarawi () was among the last generation of Egyptian.
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Contact Contact Us Help. Memoirs of an Early Arab Feminist. Shaarawi’s feminist activism grew, along with her involvement in Egypt ‘s nationalist struggle, culminating in when she publicly removed her veil in a Cairo railroad station, a daring act of harrm.
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