New Perspectives on Modernity, Nationalism, and Muslim Women in the Late Ottoman Period

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Selin Çağatay Central European University

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Selin Çağatay received her PhD in comparative gender studies from the Central European University in 2017. Her main research interests include women’s and feminist activism in Turkey and worldwide (with a focus on the Middle East), gender regimes, intersectionality studies, Turkish political history, and women’s paid and unpaid labor. She is currently a visiting professor at the Central European University, Department of Gender Studies, and a junior researcher for the project “ZARAH. women’s labour activism in transnational perspective. Central, South-Eastern, and Eastern Europe from the age of empires to the late 20th century,” run by Susan Zimmermann (Central European University). Email:

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