Faire naître une nation moderne. Genre, orientalisme et hétéronationalisme en Iran au 19e siècle

Abstract : This article explores the gender norms developed by French Orientalists and Iranian modernists in the 19th century based on analyzes of their scientific and literary productions and of their social and intellectual trajectories. The first part focuses on the production of knowledge on Iran in the 19th century. It reveals how French orientalists made invisible Iranian elites in their production of orientalist knowledge. It also analyzes the process of orientalization of gender though the trope of the harem. A second part shows how the modernization of Iran was structured by gender norms that targeted women especially and led to the making of a heteronationalism at the end of the nineteenth century.
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Lucia Direnberger. Faire naître une nation moderne. Genre, orientalisme et hétéronationalisme en Iran au 19e siècle. Raisons politiques, Presses de Science Po, 2018, 69 (1), ⟨10.3917/rai.069.0101⟩. ⟨hal-01933877⟩

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