Middle Eastern Women and the Invisible Economy

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Nada Mustafa Ali worked as the Women's Program coordinator at the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies. Her research interests include gender, feminist epistemologies, Sudanese politics, and human rights. She is completing her Ph.D. in development studies at the University of Manchester in England.

Isabelle Berry-Chikhaoui is a geographer of Middle East urbanism. She is a researcher at the French Institute of Research on the Contemporary Maghreb (IRMC-Tunis) while she continues her associate researcher status at URBAMA, based at the University of Tours in France. Her research has focused on the informal economy and on urban communities' participation in planning for their own residences and in producing their own districts and public space.

Marie Butler is chair of the Department of Social Sciences at Oxnard College. She received her Ph.D. in sociology and demographic studies from the University of California at Davis. Recent research includes the political economy of Irish marriage practices during nineteenth-century colonialism and gender role socialization in public schools.

Evelyn A. Early is a symbolic anthropologist who has written about everyday life, medical anthropology, and popular culture in Lebanon, Egypt, and Syria. She is the author of Baladi Women of Cairo: Playing with an Egg and Stone and coeditor of Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East. Her recent research has focused on political Islam and the media.

Sophie Ferchiou is a well-known Tunisian anthropologist and film-maker. She has been a research director for the National Center for Scientific Re

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