Sarab Abu-Rabia-Queder, 2012.
While the relevant literature customarily links higher education with development and progress, this
paper reveals the racial-gender conflicts that the first educated Muslim Bedouin women experienced at
Israeli universities and recommends several practices to be carried out on campus and in the community,
involving in-group and out-group members alike.
The study sheds light on the experiences of Muslim women who acquire higher education at Western
universities, suggesting that these experiences are gendered and racialized. The Israeli university is
perceived as an alien racial space, with discriminating ethnic and gender values that marginalize
Bedouin women as educated women on campus, as educated women at home, as a poor racialized
minority and as Arab Bedouin women.
Abu-Rabia-Queder, S. (2014). “Our problem is two problems: That you’re a woman and that you’re educated”: Gendering and racializing Bedouin women experience at Israeli universities. International Journal of Educational Development, 35, 44-52.
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