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Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-207) and index.
''In this landmark book, Katz skillfully demonstrates the complex ways that gender ideology was inextricably linked to and reinforced the formation of both Palestinian Arab and Jewish Zionist national identities in the first half of the 20th century.
Table of Contents; Preface xi; Part I. Texts and Contexts; 1. (En)Gendering Nations: Introduction 3; 2. Reframing Questions: Scaffolds of Scholarship 17; 3. Historicizing Narratives I: Under the Ottomans 29; 4. Historicizing Narratives II: Under the British 51; Part II. Imagining Communities; 5. Politicizing Masculinities: Shahada and Haganah 69; 6. Feminizing Lands: 'Ird and Ard, Adam and Adama 82; 7. Imagining Women: Umma and Um, 'Am and Imma 95; Part III. Hierarchies of Difference; 8. Civilizing Women: Hygiene and Lace 109; 9. Educating Girls: Reading and Revolution 120.
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