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    From Absolute Invisibility to Extreme Visibility: Emancipation Trajectory of Migrant Women in the Netherlands.Halleh Ghorashi - 2010 - Feminist Review 94 (1):75-92.
    After years of invisibility, the position of migrant women from Islamic countries now forms the core of the Dutch discourse on integration and emancipation. This article presents the downside of this visibility by showing that it is situated within a growing culturalist discourse. In addition to being culturalist, this discourse focuses on the shortcomings of migrants and is flavoured with a touch of new realism in its argument that it is a right to break the taboos of migrants. More visibility (...)
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  2. Van de emancipatie Van migrantenvrouwen.Halleh Ghorashi - forthcoming - Krisis.
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  3. Shifting and Conflicting Identities: Iranian Women Political Activists in Exile.Halleh Ghorashi - 1997 - European Journal of Women's Studies 4 (3):283-303.
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  4. When the Boundaries Are Blurred: The Significance of Feminist Methods in Research.Halleh Ghorashi - 2005 - European Journal of Women's Studies 12 (3):363-375.
    This article focuses on the ways that the author’s somewhat in-between position as both an outsider/researcher and an insider/ex-political Iranian activist now in exile has contributed to the process of research on Iranian women exiles in the Netherlands and the United States. Feminist attention on life stories as a method, and feminist anthropologists’ attention to particularity, involvement and reflexivity give the author the space, and inspire her, to explore the issue of positioning. This makes it possible for her to engage (...)
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    From Marxist Organizations to Feminism Iranian Women's Experiences of Revolution and Exile.Halleh Ghorashi - 2003 - Journal for the Study of Religions and Ideologies 2 (6):89-107.
    Iranian women were extremely active during the revolution of 1979. They were or became active within various political organizations and fought for democracy and freedom. The focus of this paper is on the activities of a group of Iranian women leftists within Marxist organizations in Iran and their experiences in exile. These political activists had to leave Iran when it became a crime to be a Marxist. During their activities in Iran, their Marxist convictions limited the ways in which they (...)
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    Culturalisering van de emancipatie van migrantenvrouwen.Halleh Ghorashi - 2006 - Krisis 7 (3):42-47.
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    Normalising Power and Engaged Narrative Methodology: Refugee Women, the Forgotten Category in the Public Discourse.Halleh Ghorashi - 2021 - Feminist Review 129 (1):48-63.
    Since the beginning of the 21st century, the discourse of othering of non-Western migrants has been growing in many European societies. And since 2015, refugees have become a quite visible component in this discourse. Although, for decades, the dominant image of refugees has been constructed as people ‘at risk’, new competing images of refugee men ‘as risk’ have recently gained ground. For refugee women, however, the image of being victims and ‘at risk’ still prevails. This shows a strong underlying gendered (...)
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