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Policing The Lives of Muslim Women: Where Feminism And White Supremacy Intersect. — Troublesome Thirties

*****A previous version of this post was published in May under the title Politicizing the Hijab: How the Hijab became a political symbol. However, I saw it fit to make some changes and post it again as an introduction to the broader conversation we will undertake in the Trouble with Feminism series. Certain changes have been […]

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About iaridlo

Ilham Akhsanu Ridlo is lecturer and researcher of Public Health at Universitas Airlangga. His research examines health policy and administration; social and trust determinants of health policy; and how health policies can reduce health inequalities. His research engages interdisciplinary, applying theories and methods between the social sciences, public health and health policy. He is currently a managing editor of Jurnal Administrasi Kesehatan Indonesia (JAKI).

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