'The chapters are engaging and personal, and result in a volume that will appeal to the general public as well as an academic audience.'
Emma Tomalin, University of Leeds
'A ground-breaking collection that at its heart deals with issues of social justice, equity and rights.'
Samia Bano, University of Reading
'Carefully organised and tightly edited, Women, Violence and Tradition shines a critical light on the narratives of women from diaspora communities in the UK, focusing specifically on their experiences of gendered violence and the challenges encountered by those who seek to foster social change.'
Aisha Gill, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Roehampton