April 13, 2014

The 'Global' Malala Yousafzai

Rafia Zakaria, Dawn

The Associated Press

A white, female, seasoned British journalist writing in conjunction with a brown Pakistani teenager poses its own questions of feminism, the location of the subaltern, and the trope that situates white women as somehow necessary midwives to the production of this brown girl’s emancipation.

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