Excavating Orientalist Images of Arab Womanhood Traveling Orientalism: U.S. Echoes of a French Tradition Dancing the Hootchy Kootchy: The Rhythms and Contortions of American Orientalism Selling Little Egypt: The Commodification of Arab Womanhood Veiled Intentions: The Cultural Mythology of Veils, Harems, and Belly Dancers in the Service of Empire, Security and Globalization
AMIRA JARMAKANI is Assistant Professor in the Women's Studies Institute at Georgia State University, USA.
'This is an outstanding, truly innovative, and very timely project that explores predominant images of Arab women in U.S. popular culture.' - Nadine Naber, Program in American Culture and Department of Women's Studies, University of Michigan, USA