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Greek numismatic epigraphy

Author: John E Hartmann; George MacDonald
Publisher: Chicago, Argonaut, 1969.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Covering of Muslim women is often perceived as a sign of oppression in the Western eye. Nonetheless, there are a soaring number of women who choose to wear the Islamic headgear as a sign of their liberation and commitment to God. Although these women have long been of interest for the peoples of the Occident with endless material produced about them in the past, it was invariably through the monotonal voice of the  Read more...
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Greek numismatic epigraphy.
Chicago, Argonaut, 1969
(OCoLC)601751789
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John E Hartmann; George MacDonald
OCLC Number: 63
Notes: "Articles by John E. Hartmann published in the North American journal of epigraphy plus three articles by George Macdonald [two of which were first published in the Numismatic chronicle]."
Description: 92 pages illustrations 22 cm
Contents: Introduction : the geopolitical context of NATO's role in the Middle East --
Western interests and stability in the Middle East --
NATO's new global role and its relevance to the Middle East --
NATO's role in the Middle East before 9/11 --
NATO's role in the Middle East post-9/11 --
United States and NATO's role in the Middle East --
Conclusion : NATO and security challenges in the Middle East.
Responsibility: [by] John E. Hartmann [and] George Macdonald.

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"Covering of Muslim women is often perceived as a sign of oppression in the Western eye. Nonetheless, there are a soaring number of women who choose to wear the Islamic headgear as a sign of their liberation and commitment to God. Although these women have long been of interest for the peoples of the Occident with endless material produced about them in the past, it was invariably through the monotonal voice of the Orientalist from a position of outside authority. Here the reader will hear, for a change, the insiders' voices from within the Orient, the voices of the contemporary Turkish women who cover, willingly and yes, decisively. Their day to day struggles in search for their niche in the secular Turkish society is intended to open a new window and provide an alternative perspective for the Western reader"--

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