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A Critical Reading of the Yemeni Feminist Discourse
Women & Gender

A Critical Reading of the Yemeni Feminist Discourse

There is no single definition of what counts as a feminist movement. Some see that every movement that…
Cancelling TEDx Seiyun Women: A Discussion
Civil Society

Cancelling TEDx Seiyun Women: A Discussion

Two months ago, while I was scrolling through my Facebook newsfeed, an event titled ‘TEDx Seiyun Women’ caught…
Street Photography in Aden
Creative Visuals

Street Photography in Aden

Helmi has a passion for photographing old markets, especially in Crater, Aden. The district is famous for its…
An Interview with Yemeni Writer Hussein Al-Waday
Highlights

An Interview with Yemeni Writer Hussein Al-Waday

Al-Madaniya interviews Hussein Alwaday, who is a Yemeni intellectual, writer and jurist, is interested in issues of democracy…
The Controversy of the Civil State and Secularism in Yemen (1)
Culture

The Controversy of the Civil State and Secularism in Yemen (1)

With the start of the Arab Spring revolutions came slogans calling for the establishment of ‘the civil state’.…
The Monk of Mokha: Literature Revives the American Dream
Literature

The Monk of Mokha: Literature Revives the American Dream

The novel and its theme The Monk of Mokha, a novel first published in English in 2018, is…
The Historian’s Bias in Yemeni Historical Annals Part 2
Culture

The Historian’s Bias in Yemeni Historical Annals Part 2

In this second part to the article, I will present the different types of bias exhibited by the…
Photo Essay: Aden’s Islands and Coasts, a Talisman of Eternal Beauty
Creative Visuals

Photo Essay: Aden’s Islands and Coasts, a Talisman of Eternal Beauty

Have you had the chance to relax with a glass of Adeni tea, and enjoy seeing the sun…
There is No Waste in the Village
Culture

There is No Waste in the Village

Have you ever drunk water out of a pesticide bottle? Have you ever drunk milk out of a…
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