Al-Raida Journal

Issues

Women of Egypt and Algeria - August 1984 - Issue 29

Vol. 8 (1984)

Sixty years have passed since the first Egyptian woman dared to defy tradition by removing her veil and casting it into the sea. This woman who shocked public opinion then was Huda Sha’rawi, one of the early leaders of the Women’s Movement in Egypt, who formed the Union of Egyptian Women (Al Ittihad Al Nisa’i in 1922.

Book Reviews

Parle Mon Fils, Parle a ta Mere, by Leila Sebbar

Evelyne Accad

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Ordalie des Voix, les Femmes Arabes Parlent, by Aicha Lemsine

Nazik Yarek

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Editorial

Egyptian and Algerian Women, the Delicate Balance Between Tradition and Modernity

Wafa Stephan

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Interviews

Amina Sa’id, the First Professional Woman Journalist in Egypt

Lebanese American University

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Poems

Inventory in Black and Grey

Lebanese American University

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Profile

Sister Emmanuelle: A View from the Slums of Cairo

Lebanese American University

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Amina Shafiq: Women and labor Unions in Egypt

Lebanese American University

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Nawal EI Saadawi : Woman and Psychological Struggle

Nada Khoury

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Myriam Ben, ┬ź Echo Multiple des labours de I’Ame Humaine┬╗

Evelyne Accad

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Nadia Hamza: The First Woman Film Director in Egypt

Lebanese American University

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Report

Continuing Education For Arab Women

Julinda Abu Nasr

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Research Articles

Algerian Women in Industry

Fatiha Talahite

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Rural Women in Egypt

Rose Ghurayyib

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Testimony

Le Sceau Du Scarabee

Claire Gebeyli

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