Intersecting Identities: Middle Eastern Women in Dual Cultures
|dc.contributor.author||Al Sharifi, Zahraa|
|dc.description.abstract||Dual cultures are an experience known only to people who live in two cultures. I was inspired by my poetry and the experiences that I and my family went through as women as well as the stories of Middle Eastern women I read. They lived in dual cultures and experienced violence in their homelands alongside wars and sexism from both cultures they lived in. In the Western culture, they also experienced racism. I, as an Iraqi, tend to turn to poetry to express the variety of injustices I observed, and my people tend to do that. We are well known for our poetry that speaks about our experiences.||en_US|
|dc.subject||Middle Eastern Women||en_US|
|dc.title||Intersecting Identities: Middle Eastern Women in Dual Cultures||en_US|
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