SOAS University of London

Department of Development Studies

Professor Deniz Kandiyoti

BA (Paris); MSc, PhD (London)
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Kandiyoti, Deniz (2007) 'Between the Hammer and the Anvil: Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Islam and Women's Rights'. Third World Quarterly, (28) 3, pp 503-17.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2007) 'Old Dilemmas or New Challenges? The Politics of Gender and Reconstruction in Afghanistan'. Development and Change, (38) 2, pp 169-199.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2007) 'The Politics of Gender and Reconstruction in Afghanistan: Old Dilemmas or New Challenges? - forthcoming'. Development and Change, (38:2).

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2005) 'The Politics of Gender and Reconstruction in Afghanistan, Occasional Paper 4'. Geneva: UNRISD.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2004) 'Post Soviet Institutional Design, NGO's and Rural Livelihoods in Uzbekistan, Civil Society and Social Movements Programme Paper 11'. UNRISD.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2003) 'The Cry for Land: Agrarian Reform, Gender and Land Rights in Uzbekistan'. Journal of Agrarian Change, (3) 1-2, pp 225-256.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2002) 'Postcolonialism Compared: Potentials and Limitations in the Middle East and Central Asia'. International Journal of Middle East Studies, (34), pp 279-297.

Kandiyoti, Deniz and Cole, J. (2002) 'Nationalism and the Colonial Legacy in the Middle East and Central Asia'. International Journal of Middle East Studies, (34) 2, pp 189-203.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2000) 'The awkward relationship: gender and nationalism'. Nations and Nationalism, (6 (No), pp 491-495.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (1999) 'Poverty in Transition: An Ethnographic Critique of Household Surveys in Post Soviet Central Asia'. Development and Change, (30), pp 499-524.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (1996) 'Modernization without the Market? The case of the Soviet East'. Economy and Society, (25 No4), pp 529-542.

Edited Books or Journals

Kandiyoti, Deniz and Saktanber, Ay┼če, (eds.), (2002) Fragments of culture : The everyday of modern Turkey. London: IB Tauris (UK).

Kandiyoti, Deniz, (ed.), (1996) Contemporary Feminist Scholarship and Middle East Studies. London: I.B. Tauris.

Book Chapters

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2003) 'Pathways of Farm restructuring in Uzbekistan: Pressures and Outcomes'. In: Spoor, Max, (ed.), Transition, Institutions and the Rural Sector.. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (USA), pp 143-162.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2002) 'How Far Do Analyses of Postsocialism Travel? The Case of Central Asia'. In: Hann, C.M., (ed.), Postsocialism. Ideals, Ideologies and Practices in Eurasia. London: Routledge, pp 238-257.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2001) 'The Politics of Gender and the Conundrums of Citizenship'. In: Joseph, Suad and Slymovics, Susan, (eds.), Women and Power in the Middle East. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press (USA), pp 52-58.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (2000) 'Foreword'. In: Joseph, Suad, (ed.), Gender and Citizenship in the Middle East. New York: Syracuse University Press, pp xiii-xv.

Kandiyoti, Deniz (1998) 'Some Awkward Questions on Women and Modernity in Turkey'. In: Abu-Lughod, Lila, (ed.), Remaking Women: Feminism and Modernity in the Middle East. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, pp 270-87.

Monographs and Working Papers

Kandiyoti, Deniz (1999) How to Get it Wrong in Rural Uzbekistan: An Ethnographic Critique of Household Survey Categories. London: .

Kandiyoti, Deniz (1999) Poverty in Transition: An Ethnographic Critique of Household Surveys in Post-Soviet Central Asia. London: Centre for Development Policy and Research, Discussion Paper 1299.


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