In the 11 March 2017 episode of the history programme Fach’hadou on Chaine 3 (link below courtesy of www.radioalgerie.dz), Natalya Vince explores the participation of women in Algerian society after independence in 1962. She discusses the drivers of the early successes included a level of participation of women in Algerian politics ahead of its time. A backlash followed their efforts at mobilisation in the 1960s and despite educational advances, marginalisation set in during the 1970s and 1980s. For other weekly episodes exploring Algerian history, go to http://www.radioalgerie.dz/chaine3/fachhadou
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Congratulations to our colleague, Dr Natalya Vince*, for her article Transgressing Boundaries: Gender, Race, Religion, and “Françaises Musulmanes” during the Algerian War of Independence being the most-read in 2016 of all French Historical Studies articles. The article is available in open access until the end of the month: http://fhs.dukejournals.org/content/33/3/445.abstract?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Transgressing%20Boundaries%3A%20Gender%2C%20Race%2C%20Religion%2C%20and%20%26quot%3BFran&utm_campaign=j_FHS_C_ENG_Top52016_SUB/eTOC%20-%202017-01-04 *Dr Natalya Vince is Reader in North African and French Studies, and member of the Francophone Africa Research Cluster at the University of Portsmouth.