Journal of Women and Human Rights in the Middle East

Past issues:

  • Issue 3, Winter 2015
    In the third issue of the Journal of Women and Human Rights in the Middle East, students explore the various aspects of women in conflict. Essay topics range from the effects of armed conflict on women's economic participation to housing dilemmas for Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
  • Issue 2, Spring 2014
    The second issue of the online student journal for the Baker Institute Women's Rights in the Middle East Program. Students explore the various aspects of Islamic feminism, with essay topics ranging from Islamic thinker Gamal al-Banna's approach to Islamic feminism to differing feminist perspectives in the Moroccan women's rights movement to Western assumptions about Islamic feminism.
  • Issue 1, Fall 2013
    The inaugural issue of the online student journal for the Baker Institute Women's Rights in the Middle East Program. Has the Arab Awakening brought real change for women in the Middle East? Rice University students respond in essays for the first issue of the Journal of Women and Human Rights in the Middle East.