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Periodical articleDebuysere, Loes (2018)
See this documentBetween feminism and unionism: the struggle for socio-economic dignity of working-class women in pre- and post-uprising Tunisia
Review of African Political Economy. Volume 45 #155. p. 25-43.

BookBadri, Balghis and Tripp, Aili Mari (eds.) (2017)
Women's activism in Africa: struggles for rights and representation
Abstract presentLondon: Zed Books. 250p.

BookBauer, Gretchen and Dawuni, Josephine (eds.) (2016)
Gender and the judiciary in Africa: from obscurity to parity?
Abstract presentNew York; London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. #5. 198p.

Periodical articleGuiga, Lamia Belkaied (2016)
Selma Baccar: réalisatrice, productrice et femme politique. L'engagement permanent pour les libertés
Africana studia: revista internacional de estudos africanos. Volume 26. p. 45-51.

Periodical issuePeer, Stefanie Van de (ed.) (2016)
See this documentSpecial issue: the North in African cinemas
Abstract presentJournal of African Cinemas. Volume 8 #1. p. 3-128.

Periodical articleZouabi, Manel (2016)
See this documentPost-revolutionary Tunisia: the conceptualisation of women in the Islamist discourse on Facebook
African Studies Bulletin. #78. p. 79-104.

BookZouari, Fawzia (2016)
Le corps de ma mère: récit
Paris: Éditions Joëlle Losfeld. 231p.

BookBanham, Martin and Gibbs, James and Hutchison, Yvette and Osofisan, Femi and Plastow, Jane (eds.) (2015)
Contemporary women
Abstract presentWoodbridge, Suffolk: James Currey. #14. 144p.

BookMatri, Khaoula (2015)
Le port du voile au Maghreb: l'exemple tunisien
Casablanca: Fondation du Roi Abdul-Aziz pour les Études Islamiques et les Sciences Humaines. 371p.

BookMiled, Ilham Ben and Regaïeg, Najiba (eds.) (2015)
Voix de l'enfant et de la mère: ouvrage collectif
Abstract presentTunis: Arabesques éditions. 242p.

BookZouari, Fawzia (2015)
Je ne suis pas Diam's
Paris: Stock. 158p.

BookKoto, Daniel Tchimou (2014)
Les mécomptes de Kévin
Paris: Les Éditions du Panthéon. 116p.

Periodical articleLabidi, Lilia (2014)
See this documentPolitical, aesthetic, and ethical positions of Tunisian women artists, 2011-13
Abstract presentThe Journal of North African Studies. Volume 19 #2. p. 151-171.

BookSari, Camillea and Mebtoul, Abderrahmane (eds.) (2014)
L'intégration économique maghrébine: un destin obligé?
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. 471p.

BookBen Mbarek Msaddek, Dalila (2013)
Je prendrai les armes s'il le faut: Tunisie, mon combat pour la liberté
Paris: Presses de la Renaissance. 175p.

BookCharpentier, Isabelle and Detrez, Christine and Kréfa, Abir (eds.) (2013)
Socialisations, identités et résistances des romancières du Maghreb: avoir voix au chapitre
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. 266p.

BookBéji, Hélé (2011)
Islam pride: derrière le voile
Paris: Gallimard. 146p.

Periodical articleHamzaoui, Salah (2011)
'Habitus', culture et domination masculine: acteurs, groupes sociaux et conventions internationales favorables aux femmes
Maghreb et sciences sociales. Volume 2011. p. 253-276.

Periodical articleHawkins, Simon (2011)
See this documentWho wears 'hijab' with the president: constructing a modern Islam in Tunisia
Journal of Religion in Africa. Volume 41 #1. p. 35-58.

BookTessler, Mark (2011)
Public opinion in the Middle East: survey research and the political orientations of ordinary citizens
Bloomington: Indiana University Press. 372p.

Periodical articleYassine, Jelmam (2011)
Les TIC comme critère d'égalité entre filles et garçons à l'université tunisienne: cas des élèves ingénieurs
Abstract presentAfrica Media Review. Volume 19 #1-2. p. 49-71.

Periodical articleBoittin, Jennifer Anne (2010)
Feminist Mediations of the Exotic: French Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia, 1921-39
Gender and History. Volume 22 #1. p. 131-150.

Periodical articleSaaïdia, Oissila (2009)
See this documentÉvangéliser femmes et enfants musulmans: Le cas de l'Algérie et de la Tunisie dans l'entre-deux-guerres
Histoire, monde et cultures religieuses. #12. p. 145-160.

Periodical issueSchler, Lynn and Bethlehem, Louise and Sabar, Galia (eds.) (2009)
Special issue: rethinking labour in Africa, past and present
Abstract presentAfrican Identities. Volume 7 #3. p. 287-432.

Periodical articleLatreille, Martin (2008)
See this documentHonor, the Gender Division of Labor, and the Status of Women in Rural Tunisia: A Social Organizational Reading
International Journal of Middle East Studies. Volume 40 #4. November. p. 599-621.

Periodical articleArcher, Brad (2007)
See this documentFamily Law Reform and the Feminist Debate: Actually-Existing Islamic Feminism in the Maghreb and Malaysia
Journal of International Women's Studies. Volume 8 #4. May. p. 49-59.

Periodical articleBenfoughal, Tatiana (2007)
Production et commercialisation des vanneries dans les oasis du Sahara
Journal des africanistes. Volume 77 #1. p. 112-140.

Periodical articleDris-Ait-Hamadouche, Louisa (2007)
See this documentThe Maghreb: Social, Political, and Economic Developments
Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. Volume 6 #1-3. p. 261-290.

Periodical articleGana, Alia (2007)
Processus de libéralisation et dynamiques de l'emploi des femmes en Tunisie
Autrepart. #43. p. 57-72.

Book chapterGilman, Sarah E. (2007)
Feminist Organizing in Tunisia: Negotiating Transnational Linkages and the State
In: Moghadam, Valentine M. (ed.). From Patriarchy to Empowerment: Women's Participation, Movements, and Rights in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

BookHaddad, al-Tahir and Husni, Ronak and Newman, Daniel L. (2007)
The Status of Women in Islamic Law and Society
Abingdon, Great Britain/New York: Routledge. Culture and Civilization in the Middle East Series #12.

Book chapterLabidi, Lilia (2007)
Islamic Law, Feminism, and Family: The Reformulation of Hudud in Egypt and Tunisia
In: Moghadam, Valentine M. (ed.). From Patriarchy to Empowerment: Women's Participation, Movements, and Rights in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

Periodical articleLatreille, Martin and Verdon, Michel (2007)
Wives Against Mothers: Women's Power and Household Dynamics in Rural Tunisia
Journal of Family History. Volume 32 #1. p. 66-89.

BookMoghadam, Valentine M. (ed.) (2007)
From Patriarchy to Empowerment: Women's Participation, Movements, and Rights in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia
Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

Dissertation / thesisStachowski, Natalie (2007)
An examination of NGOs: the state and women's rights in the Middle East
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 67p.

Periodical articleBey, El-Mokhtar (2006)
Du rôle des princesses husseïnites dans le mouvement de libération nationale
Revue d'histoire maghrébine. Volume 33 #122. p. 9-38.

Periodical articleBoissevain, Katia (2006)
Corps d'adeptes, paroles de Dieu et visions de saints: pratiques rituelles masculines et féminines dans deux sanctuaires de Tunis
Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée. #113-114. p. 179-193.

Dissertation / thesisBoissevain, Katia (2006)
Sainte parmi les saints: Sayyda Mannûbiya ou les recompositions cultuelles dans la Tunisie contemporaine
Paris: Maisonneuve et Larose. 264p.

Periodical articleBox, Laura C. (2006)
Outrageous Behavior: Women's Public Performance in North Africa
Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism. Volume 6 #2. Spring. p. 78-92.

BookCollectif 95 Maghreb egalite (2006)
One Hundred Steps, One Hundred Provisions: For an Egalitarian Codification of Family and Personal Status Laws in the Maghreb
London: Women Living Under Muslim Laws. 36p.

Periodical articleDe Marco, Federico and Houissa-Kchouk, Fatma and Khelifa, Ridha and Marcante, Maria L. (2006)
High-Risk HPV Types in Tunisia. A Pilot Study Reveals an Unexpectedly High Prevalence of Types 58 and 82 and Lack of HPV 18 Among Female Prostitutes
Journal of Medical Virology. Volume 78 #7. p. 950-953.

Book chapterFoster, Angel M. (2006)
In the Eye of Which Beholder? Beauty, Body Image and Sexuality in Contemporary Tunisia
In: Khalaf, Samir and Gagnon, John H. (eds.). Sexuality in the Arab World. London/San Francisco: Saqi.

Periodical articleKapoor, Rashmi (2006)
The Veil and the Resilient Women of Tunisia
Africa Quarterly. Volume 46 #3. p. 50-63.

Dissertation / thesisLand, Joy (2006)
Corresponding Lives: Women Educators of the Alliance Israelite Universelle School for Girls in the City of Tunis, 1882-1914
Ph.D. dissertation: University of California, Los Angeles, California. 291p.

Periodical articleLay-Chenchabi, Kathryn (2006)
Le dehors et le dedans: représentations de l'espace et des femmes dans les films de Moufida Tlatli et de Férid Boughedir
Expressions maghrébines. Volume 5 #1. p. 113-124.

Periodical articleMameluk, Nadia (2006)
When feminist and nationalist discourses meet in the 1930s: Margueritte's 'Tunisiennes' and the Tunisian women's review 'Leïla'
Expressions maghrébines. Volume 5 #2. p. 201-212.

Periodical articleSiala, E. and Aoun, K. and Chahed, M.K. and Bouratbine, A. French (2006)
Difficulty in Dating Primary Infections by Toxoplasma Gondii in Pregnant Women in Tunisia
La Tunisie Medicale. Volume 84 #2. p. 85-87.

Dissertation / thesisWeber-Feve, Stacey A. (2006)
There's No Place Like Home: Homemaking, Making Home and Femininity in Contemporary Women's Filmmaking and the Literature of the Metropol and the Maghreb
Ph.D. dissertation: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 286p.

BookAllender, Caitlin A. and Walsh, Joseph J. (2005)
What Would You Die For? Perpetua's Passion
Baltimore: Apprentice House. 143p.

Periodical articleArnoulet, François (2005)
La scolarisation des filles tunisiennes musulmanes dans l'enseignement laïc au début du protectorat
Revue d'histoire maghrébine. Volume 32 #118. p. 161-170.

Book chapterAyari, Leila and Brosseau, Marc (2005)
Writing Place and Gender in Novels by Tunisian Women Writers
In: Falah, Ghazi-Walid and Nagel, Caroline R. (eds.). Geographies of Muslim Women: Gender, Religion, and Space. New York: Guilford Press.

Periodical articleClancy-Smith, Julia (2005)
See this documentWomen, Gender and Migration Along a Mediterranean Frontier: Pre-Colonial Tunisia, c.1815-1870
Gender and History. Volume 17 #1. April. p. 62-92.

Dissertation / thesisEdwards, Natalie (2005)
The Autobiographies of Julia Kristeva, Gisele Halimi, Assia Djebar and Helene Cixous: Beyond 'I' Versus 'We'
Ph.D. dissertation: Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.

Dissertation / thesisEdwards, Natalie (2005)
The Autobiographies of Julia Kristeva, Gisele Halimi, Assia Djebar and Helene Cixous: Beyond 'I' Versus 'We'
Ph.D. dissertation: Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 191p.

Conference paperFoster, Angel M. (2005)
Marriage, Sexuality and Reproductive Health: A Survey of University Students in Tunisia and Jordan
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 19-22, 2004, Washington, D.C. Tucson: University of Arizona.

Periodical articleLtaief, Wassila (2005)
International Law, Mixed Marriage, and the Law of Succession in North Africa: '...But Some are More Equal than Others'
International Social Science Journal. Volume 57 #184. June. p. 331-350.

Periodical articleMashhour, Amira (2005)
Islamic Law and Gender Equality: Could There be a Common Ground? A Study of Divorce and Polygamy in Sharia Law and Contemporary Legislation in Tunisia and Egypt
Human Rights Quarterly. Volume 27 #2. May. p. 562-596.

Dissertation / thesisMorrow, Annette K. (2005)
Struggling With the Passion of Saint Perpetua: Gendering the Female Body in Late Antiquity and Beyond
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. 200p.

Dissertation / thesisSkidmore, Melissa E. (2005)
Consuming Cultures: The Culinary Poetics of Francophone Women's Literature
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Texas, Austin, Texas. 179p.

Dissertation / thesisStachowski, Natalie (2005)
An Examination of NGOs, the State and Women's Rights in the Middle East (Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia)
M.A. Thesis: State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. 73p.

Periodical articleTchaicha, Jane D. (2005)
See this documentTechnology in the Service of Maghribi Women
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 10 #2. June. p. 157-171.

Conference paperWalters, Keith (2005)
Renegotiating the Colonial Past: Education for Jewish Girls in 19th Century Tunis
Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 30-December 4 2005, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Conference paperWalters, Keith (2005)
The Role of Education for Girls in the Spread of French in Colonial Tunisia
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 19-22, 2004, Washington, D.C. Tucson: University of Arizona.

Periodical articleYount, Kathryn M. and Agree, E.M. (2005)
Differences in Disability Among Older Women and Men in Egypt and Tunisia
Demography. Volume 42 #1. February. p. 169-187.

Dissertation / thesisZahiner-Casmier, Roswitha (2005)
Anti- and Auto-Exoticism in the Works of Three North African Women Writers
Ph.D. dissertation: Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri.

Periodical articleZakraoui, L. and Laatar, A. and Kassab, S. and Nasraoui, R. and Kerkeni, S. and Hamida, A.B. and Aissa, R.B. and Zouari, B. and Gueddana, N. (2005)
Bone Mineral Density Values in a Healthy Female Population From Tunisia
Osteoporosis International. Volume 16 Supplement 3. p. 340.

Periodical articleAsman, O. (2004)
Abortion in Islamic Countries - Legal and Religious Aspects
Medicine and Law. Volume 23 #1. p. 73-89.

Periodical articleBlum, J. and Hajri, S. and Chelli, H. and Mansour, F.B. and Gueddana, N. and Winikoff, Beverly (2004)
The Medical Abortion Experiences of Married and Unmarried Women in Tunis, Tunisia
Contraception. Volume 69 #1. January. p. 63-69.

Conference paperFoster, Angel (2004)
What are Physicians Learning About Reproductive Health? Exploring Medical Education in Tunisia, Lebanon, and Egypt
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 20-23, 2004, San Francisco, California. Tucson: University of Arizona.

Periodical articleHajri, S. and Blum, J. and Gueddana, N. and Saadi, H. and Maazoun, L. and Dabash, R. and Winikoff, B. and Chelli, H. (2004)
Expanding Medical Abortion in Tunisia: Women's Experiences From a Multi-Site Expansion Study
Contraception. Volume 70 #6. p. 487-491.

Periodical articleKoos, Leonard R. (2004)
See this documentReading and Writing Colonial Women: Publication and Representation in French Colonial North Africa
Bulletin of the Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand. Volume 28 #1-2. p. 122-133.

Dissertation / thesisLarson, Margo (2004)
Progressive Women: A Comparison of Women's Status in France, Morocco, and Tunisia
Provo, Utah: Brigham Young University. 53p.

Periodical articleMaalej, M. and Mrad, K. and Kochbati, L. and Guigua, A. and Ben Abdallah, M. and Ben Ayed, F. and Ben Romdhane, K. (2004)
Cervical Cancer in Tunisia: An Epidemiological, Clinical and Pathological Study
European Journal of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Reproductive Biology. Volume 113 #2. April 15. p. 226-228.

BookO'Connor, Nicole S. (2004)
Mektoub: A Young Woman's War Journal
Anchorage, Alaska: Neurofame. 180p.

Book chapterSalhi, Zabia S. (2004)
Maghrebi Women Film-Makers and the Challenge of Modernity: Breaking Women's Silence
In: Sakr, Naomi (ed.). Women and Media in the Middle East: Power Through Self-Expression. London/New York: I.B. Tauris. Library of Modern Middle East Studies #41.

Periodical articleYount, Kathryn M. and Agree, Emily M. and Rebellon, Cesar (2004)
See this documentGender and Use of Health Care Among Older Adults in Egypt and Tunisia
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 59 #12. December. p. 2479-2497.

Book chapterCurtiss, Richard H. (2003)
Women's Rights: An Affair of State for Tunisia
In: Sabbagh, Suha (ed.). Arab Women: Between Defiance and Restraint. New York: Olive Branch Press. p. 33-37.

Periodical articleDhaouadi, Mahmoud (2003)
Tunisian Women's Strained Social Status as Reflected in the Verbal Discourses of Adaa and the Franco-Arabe
Revue d'Histoire Maghrebine. #112. p. 417-435.

Periodical articleDhaouadi, Mahmoud (2003)
Tunisian women's strained social status as reflected in the verbal discourses of Adàà and the Franco-Arabe
Revue d'histoire maghrébine. Volume 30 #112. p. 417-435.

Periodical articleDouki, S. and Nacef, F. and Belhadj, A. and Bouasker, A. and Ghachem, R. (2003)
Violence Against Women in Arab and Islamic Countries
Archives of Women's Mental Health. Volume 6 #3. August. p. 165-171.

Conference paperFoster, Angelina (2003)
Women's Status in Tunisian Society: Do Abortion Rights Matter?
Paper presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 6-9, 2003, Anchorage, Alaska. Tucson. University of Arizona.

Periodical articleGharbi, O. and Landolsi, A. and Nouira, M. and Ben Fatma, L. and Bibi, M. and Korbi, S. and Bakir, D. and Kallei, L. and Khairi, H. (2003)
Breast Cancer in Elderly Women in Tunisia. Retrospective Study About 106 Patients Aged More Than 65 Years
Tunisie Medicale. Volume 81 #9. p. 696-701.

Periodical articleHassen, E. and Chaieb, A. and Letaief, M. and Khairi, H. and Zakhama, A. and Remadi, S. and Chouchane, L. (2003)
Cervical Human Papilomavirus Infection in Tunisian Women
Infection. Volume 31 #3. June. p. 143-148.

BookHolmes-Eber, Paula (2003)
Daughters of Tunis: Women, Family, and Networks in a Muslim City
Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. Westview Case Studies in Anthropology. 166p.

BookHolmes-Eber, Paula (2003)
Daughters of Tunis: women, family and networks in a Muslim city
Boulder, CO: Westview Press. 166p.

Periodical articleHsairi, M. and Fakhfakh, R. and Bellaaj, R. and Achour, N. (2003)
Recourse to Cervical Cancer Screening for Women Residing in Two Regions of the North of Tunisia
Tunisie Medicale. Volume 81 #9. p. 721-730.

BookKhazzoom, Loolwa (ed.) (2003)
The Flying Camel: Essays on Identity by Women of North African and Middle Eastern Jewish Heritage
New York: Seal Press. 255p.

Book chapterMounira, Charrad (2003)
State and Gender in the Maghrib
In: Sabbagh, Suha (ed.). Arab Women: Between Defiance and Restraint. New York: Olive Branch Press. p. 221-228.

Book chapterMurphy, Emma C. (2003)
Women in Tunisia: Between State Feminism and Economic Reform
In: Doumato, Eleanor A. and Posusney, Marsha P. (eds.). Women and Globalization in the Arab Middle East: Gender, Economy and Society. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

BookShaffer, Tanya (American) (2003)
Somebody's Heart is Burning: A Woman Wanderer in Africa
New York: Vintage Books. 324p.

Conference paperTakaki, Keiko (2003)
Women's Income-Generating Work at Home and the New Media: A Tunisian Case
Paper presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 6-9, 2003, Anchorage, Alaska. Tucson. University of Arizona.

Conference paperWalters, Keith (2003)
How Tunisian Language Ideologies Create and Perpetuate Gendered Differences
Paper presented at the 37th Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 6-9, 2003, Anchorage, Alaska. Tucson. University of Arizona.

Periodical articleWegemund, Regina (2003)
Frauen in Nordafrika: Unterschiede und Gemeinsamkeiten
Internationales Afrikaforum. Volume 39 #4. p. 377-385.

BookAbdelaziz, Faten B. (2002)
Female Labour Force Participation in Japan and Tunisia: A Comparative Study
Kyoto: Kyoto Sangyo University, Graduate School. 125p.

Periodical articleAbou El Naga, Shereen (2002)
See this documentNew Politics, Old Identities: Arab Women in (Their) English Words
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #54. p. 60-73.

Conference paperAbu-Odeh, Lama (2002)
The Trouble With Equality: Comparing Tunisia and Egypt
Paper presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 23-26, 2002, Washington, D.C. Tucson, University of Arizona.

Periodical articleCurtius, Anny Dominique (2002)
Briser les silences du palais pour exorciser la mémoire, dire l'urgence de vivre
Le Maghreb littéraire. Volume 6 #12. p. 63-81.

Conference paperDriss, Hager B. (2002)
Women Issues and Literary Strategies
Paper presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 23-26, 2002, Washington, D.C. Tucson, University of Arizona.

Book chapterFoster, Angelina (2002)
Young Women's Sexuality in Tunisia: The Health Consequences of Misinformation Among University Students
In: Bowen, Donna L. and Early, Evelyn A. (eds.). Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Dissertation / thesisGoeken, Allyson B. (2002)
Women in Algeria and Tunisia: Family Law, Education, Labor, and Politics
M.A. Thesis: University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. 88p.

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