Based on author's dissertation (doctoral - London School of Economics and Political Sciences, 2011).
Formatted Contents Note
1. Introduction : the hegemony of secularism, gender and space 2. A tradition of regulations : shedding light on the paradoxes of languages of secularism 3. The slow exclusion of pious women from French and Turkish societies : (re)producing spaces 4. French Muslims activists : promoting a laicite ante 5. Turkish devout activists : reconfiguring laiklik with human rights 6. A rights-based discourse : a door to multiple sites of challenges.