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Here are entered works on the social institution of segregation or seclusion of women from public view, especially by curtains, screens, or religious and societal dress codes.

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Broader terms:Used for:
  • Pardah
  • Gender apartheid
  • Sexual apartheid
  • Purda
  • Hijab (Seclusion)
Filed under: Purdah

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  • [Info] Phakamani, by ANC Dept. of Religious Affairs (partial serial archives)
Filed under: Apartheid -- South Africa -- Religious aspects -- Catholic ChurchFiled under: Segregation -- United States -- Religious aspectsFiled under: Segregation -- South CarolinaFiled under: Segregation -- Southern States Filed under: African Americans -- Segregation -- Southern StatesFiled under: Segregation -- United States Filed under: Segregation -- United States -- HistoryFiled under: African Americans -- SegregationFiled under: ApartheidFiled under: Apartheid -- South Africa Filed under: Women -- Social conditions

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