9 edition of Feminism and Islam found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 373-376) and index.
|Other titles||Feminism & Islam|
|Statement||edited by Mai Yamani, with additional editorial assistance from Andrew Allen.|
|Contributions||Yamani, Mai., Allen, Andrew.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1170 .F46 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 385 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||385|
|ISBN 10||081479680X, 0814796818|
|LC Control Number||96021420|
Aug 13, · “Islam” and “feminism” are two words most people in Western society wouldn’t usually associate with one another. But recent developments in the historically conservative Persian Gulf region, and in Kuwait in particular, suggest that may be changing. Dec 02, · How many identities can you juggle at once? A native New Yorker, Linda Sarsour is a Muslim peace activist who refuses to be confined to foolish dichotomies. She .
Also including original material written specifically for this book, Feminism and Islam provides a unique and wide-ranging contribution to the field of Islam and gender studies. Margot Badran is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Muslim Christian Understanding, Georgetown University, travelingartsfiesta.com: Ali Houissa. Aug 13, · "Islam" and "feminism" are two words most people in Western society wouldn't usually associate with one another. But recent developments in the historically conservative Persian Gulf region, and in Kuwait in particular, suggest that may be changing. In.
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The historian and gender studies specialist Margot Badran has devoted her life's work to the Muslim world. Here she explains what feminism means in the context of Islam and chooses five books that have been critical in its evolution.
May 05, · The term "Islamic feminism" began to be heard in the s in various global locations. In this new conjuncture, women from within Islam and Islamist movements in far-flung places around the world--from Malaysia, to Morocco, to Iran, and to the United States--began to articulate a holistic, gender-sensitive construction of citizenship within the framework of an Islamic modernity.4/5(2).
“I started to see the bigger picture of things: Islam was not relegated to the tiny, sometimes frustrating and seemingly arbitrary details of practice, but rather entered the larger picture of spirituality and worship that contextualized my womanhood.
Islamic feminism is defined by Islamic scholars as being more radical than secular feminism, and as being anchored within the discourse of Islam with the Quran as its central text. During recent times, the concept of Islamic feminism has grown further with Islamic groups looking to garner support from many aspects of society.
May 05, · Feminism in Islam: secular and religious convergences. Oneworld, p bibl index; ISBN pbk, $ Reviewed in may CHOICE. Written by Badran (Georgetown Univ.), this collection of essays based on fieldwork, conference presentations, and literary historical analysis ranks among the best works investigating feminism and Cited by: Feminism in Islam book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. While many in the West regard feminism and Islam as a contradictio /5. Aug 13, · “Islam” and “feminism” are two words most people in Western society wouldn’t usually associate with one another.
Feminism and Islam book recent developments in the historically conservative Persian Gulf region, and in Kuwait in particular, suggest that may be changing. In a new book, ASU Professor Souad T. Ali reveals how this shift has affected women on an individual and societal level.
Unsettling a common claim that “feminism is Western” and dismantling the alleged opposition between feminism and Islam, the book demonstrates how the Egyptian feminist movement in the first half of this century both advanced the nationalist cause and worked within the parameters of Islam.
Books on Islamic Feminism Below is a list of books that I recommend to anyone interested in understanding re-interpretations of Islam, alternative readings to the traditionalist ones that are largely patriarchal in nature, or otherwise scholarship that complicate simplified ideas.
Between Feminism and Islam challenges the common assumption in the media and the academy that Islamism and feminism are quintessentially opposed travelingartsfiesta.comh a careful sociological and ethnographic account of Moroccan feminist and Islamist women’s organizations, Zakia Salime shows how the two have transformed each other through decades of activism, debate, and engagement.
Feminism in Islam: Secular and a priori any connection between Islam and feminism. Indeed, the Arab. other countries that are mentioned in the last third of the book, are travelingartsfiesta.com: Michael Grech.
“Islam” and “feminism” are two words most people in Western society wouldn’t usually associate with one another. But recent developments in the historically conservative Persian Gulf region, and in Kuwait in particular, suggest that may be travelingartsfiesta.comKuwait, a country that is more than 90% Muslim, passed laws granting women both the right to vote and the right to run in.
Mar 06, · I know feminism isn’t limited to women so you could also pick males who do a lot for feminism and the rights of females but here are my 3.
Khadija (RA) Khadija (RA) was not only the first to convert to Islam, but she was also the first person the Prophet (pbuh) went to for comfort when he didn’t understand what was going on. Dec 20, · A Genealogy of Islamic Feminism offers a new insight on the changing relationship between Islam and feminism from the colonial era in the s to the early s in Indonesia.
The book juxtaposes both colonial and postcolonial sites to show the changes and the patterns of the encounters between Islam and feminism within the global and local travelingartsfiesta.com: Etin Anwar.
In an age when Western feminism is continuously undergoing redefinition, the struggles of women in Muslim countries are often overlooked. This volume illustrates how women in Islamic societies have become more actively involved not only in learning their rights under the sharia (Islamic law) but in rereading this law to improve their status and gain increased equality and freedom.
What is feminism. What does it have in common with Islam. What is the position of the Islamic law regarding the feminist issues. What is considered oppression from Islamic point of view.
The present book will answer all the above mentioned questions and at the same time it will clarify the role of the women in Islam.
This book is also a good source of information and logical explanation for. In an age when Western feminism is constantly undergoing redefinition, this reprint offers, to the worldwide debate, sixteen authoritative contributions from the surprising setting of Muslim countries.
These studies address the feminist modes of expression in relation to, or as a challenge to, Islamic laws and traditions. The book shows how women have become more actively involved not only in. May 11, · A few weeks ago I went to a lecture about feminism- in Islam.
That is what got all these thoughts stirring in my head once again. The lecturer was a Muslim woman in hijab; she spoke so passionately that every person in the room, guy and girl, had no choice but to immerse themselves in Author: Gabby Aossey.
Jun 19, · Despite its relative novelty, Islamic feminism has been criticised. Many question how a feminist approach can be reconciled with Islam, which critics view as an inherently patriarchal ideology.
Abu Bakr responds to such critiques by saying that ″such definitions of feminism are superficial and are limited to liberal feminism. The opposing pulls of custom and progress that Ramatoulaye encounters in the Senegalese political climate become personal and particular in her struggle to reconcile her abiding faith in Islam with her feminism.
The central drama of the novel is the disintegration of Ramatoulaye’s marriage to Modou after the latter takes on a second wife—his daughter’s young friend, no less.
Islamic feminism is an active and vibrant movement that is the subject of inquiry not merely among academics and scholars but also among activists and bloggers on the internet.
Blogging is an effective means of change and an important space where questions and concerns are raised that may not be done so elsewhere. The bloggers.Introduction. Feminism is a secular ideology and Islam today rests on fundamentalist foundations.
Those who advocate that feminist projects be conducted within an Islamic framework have clearly despaired of secular options for change without considering how have elaborated Lila’s argument against the possibility of the coexistence of Islam and feminism because it explains the anxiety many.Islam and feminism have contradictory views on the most fundamental issues in metaphysics, ethics, social and political philosophy and theology.
Muslim women have also argued that feminism is an ideology relevant only to the lives of Western affluent women, and that even for them it has only resulted in making them into quasi men or sex objects.