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When female adherents of Islamic movements advocate the higab-the headscarf or veil-they simultaneously rework the concept of higab and the category of the Muslim woman. This can be seen as part of a wider objectification of the Muslim consciousness following the dissemination of mass education in the modern Middle East. This paper analyzes the discourse of female Islamists as expressed in a recent publication in which the higab and Islamic activism are described as matters of self-education.fatcat:bh6ied5i35hvnp5j34i646au44