DOI:10.5860/choice.43-3101
Corpus ID: 153116559
All American Yemeni Girls: Being Muslim in a Public School
Loukia K. Sarroub
Published 31 January 2005

Political Science
1. Introduction: Being American, Being Yemeni: Uncovering a Predicament 2. American Sojourners between Honor and Shame 3. Classroom as Oasis 4. Islam and Conflicting Visions of Literacy 5. The… Expand
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