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Paper: “The Burqa Versus A Formal Gown As A Cultural Norm”

“THE BURQA VERSUS A FORMAL GOWN AS A CULTURAL NORM” by Misty Smith. Originally published on July 09, 2017, for HIS 311: Women, Sexuality, and Islam at Southern New Hampshire University. *Please note: I am a lifelong learner; therefore, I study various religions and cultures. I do not intend to promote one over another and […]

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