What might link a group of middle-class Pakistani women sipping coffee demurely in a living room, with the fiery young women in black burqas threatening shopkeepers in Islamabad? When and how do an adolescent girl's aspirations translate into the maturing of a social and political revolution in urban Pakistan?
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: We are All Good Muslims Here: Hybrid Spaces, Contesting Constituencies and Pakistan's Social Revolution
- Chapter 3: Cultural Underpinnings: Pakistani Muslim Women's Conceptions of Hijab in Islam
- Chapter 4: On Gendered Spatial and Ritual Politics in Canberra and Islamabad
- Chapter 5: Texts of War
- Chapter 6: Our Lady of Lal Masjid
- Chapter 7: Conclusion