Elizabeth Bucar, associate professor, Religious Studies, Northeastern University
Consider the influence of Islam in women’s everyday lives using the example of the Islamic veil in Afghanistan, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia. Legally required public veiling demonstrates the impact of Islamic law on modern legal codes, Muslim women’s employment opportunities, and global fashion trends.

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The Middle East: A Mosaic of History, Art, and Culture

The Islamic Veil and Women's Everyday Lives: Law, Employment, and Fashion

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