|Grades:||8 - 12|
|Guided Reading Level:||T|
o Each foreword is written by a well-known author and sets the tone for the reader's experience in each book
o Student guide at the end of each book
o Each is original and unabridged
Oppressed, veiled women living in a male-dominated society is the common stereotype of Middle Eastern women. In this revised and updated edition of Women in the Middle East: Tradition and Change, Ramsay Harik and Elsa Marston dispel those beliefs. Current information is presented on topics such as religion, veiling, political participation, women's health issues, and the women of Afghanistan.