In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, debates over the education of girls and reforming the status of middle–class women appeared in public discourse across the MENA region. Please compare the Egyptian activist Bahithat al–Badiya’s ideas about the education of girls and young women [excerpted in Clancy–Smith and Smith, pp. 88–93] with the articles from Iranian magazines of the same era that are also calling for the increased education of girls[these articles can be found in the Khater source book on pp. 71–74]. How doal–Badiya, on the one hand, and the Iranian magazine articles, on the other,frame their arguments about the education of girls and young women? To what level do the various authors think girls should be educated, and why? Do their calls for reform have political significance?
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