Articles by Alicia Izharuddin

Securing the electoral success of women in Malaysia Baharu

Despite female politicians’ ambivalence about gender quotas, they remain an essential tool in making politics more representative.

Rape and the pantomime of misogyny

Alicia Izharudin argues that every public endorsement of rape in Malaysia will have a ripple effect across society

Malaysian feminist activism as an effect of history

An analysis of the predominant use of English amid the urban middle-class-oriented concerns of Malaysian feminist activism

Malaysia’s commodified Islam

In Malaysia, consumer habits aligned with aspirational piety form just another disciplinary mode to reinforce the boundary markers of identity.