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The politics of piety and secularism

In this video interview from the Oecumene project's second symposium, Saba Mahmood discusses Malala Yousufzai, women's reform movements in the Middle East and the politics of piety.

Saba Mahmood
8 May 2013


This video is part of a series this week from the Oecumene project's second symposium, including the keynote speech from Saba Mahmood. All of the videos will appear on the Oecumene: Citizenship after Orientalism partnership page, funded by the Oecumene Project and the Open University.

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