Colonial Citizens Republican Rights, Paternal Privilege, and Gender in French Syria and Lebanon
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Description: The period of French rule in Syria and Lebanon established the political, economic and social structures that would define their independent states for decades. This study highlights the role of gender in the social development of these countries.
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Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 12/24/1999
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Note on Transliteration|
|Map of Syria and Lebanon in the Mandate Era|
|War and the Advent of French Rule: A Crisis of Paternity|
|World War I: Famine, Memory, and a Shattered Social Order|
|Soldiers and Patriarchs: Pillars of Colonial Paternalism|
|Bureaucrats: Mother France's Civilizing Mission|
|Paternal Republicanism and the Construction of Subaltern Citizens|
|State Social Policy: Constructing a Hierarchy of Citizens|
|Revolt: The Rise of Subaltern Movements|
|Gender and the Legal Boundaries of the Colonial Civic Order|
|Political Rights: Women's Suffrage as a Revolutionary Threat|
|The Veil and the Dual Legal System|
|Civil Rights: Patriotic Motherhood and Religious Law Reform|
|Social Rights: Emergence of a Colonial Welfare State|
|Gendering the Public: Spatial Boundaries of the Colonial Civic Order|
|Remapping the Urban Landscape|
|Street Violence: Regendering an Old Urban Space|
|Cinemas: Gendering a New Urban Space|
|The Press: Gendering the Virtual Public|
|World War II and the Transformation of the Colonial Civic Order|
|Climax of the Colonial Welfare State|
|Claiming Paternity of Independent Republics|
|The Making of Postcolonial Citizens|