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In this book Leila Ahmed adds a new perspective to the current debate about women and Islam by exploring its historical roots, tracing the developments in Islamic discourses on women and gender from the ancient world to the present. In Islam, scriptures, cultural traditions, and jurisprudence affect the relationship between men and women.. The Quran, the holiest book in Islam, indicates that men and women are spiritual Quran states: "If any do deeds of righteousness be they male or female and have faith, they will enter Heaven, and not the least injustice will be done to them.".
Research Handbook on International Human Rights Law vi Research handbook on international human rights law. Contributors International Law and Islamic Law (Ashgate, ) and articles in leading international academic journals. He is a founding co-editor of the Muslim. The book is certainly very interesting (it's nice to realize that the central thesis of the book, that Muslims have different views of gender, is much more accepted now) but you have to be REALLY interested in the topic to be able to get through the interviews with religious scholars, specially if you don't have a background in Islamic law/5(2).
Islam and Gender In Islam, religious texts deﬁne the parameters of the the construction of the relation between Islamic law and gender in Ottoman Syria and Palestine (Tucker ) to the origins of modernity and feminism in the evolved a new gender politics that is empowering within the limits set by religion. The various dimen-. This volume explores gender inequality and the politics of women's rights in India. It provides an invaluable analysis of the current trends of the debate on Uniform Civil Code located within a.
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Islamic law is often misrepresented as a single monolithic concept, rather than a collection of different interpretations and practices. To move the debate on Islamic law and gender forward, it is necessary to establish how Islamic law actually by: 7. This item: Politics, Gender, and the Islamic Past by D.
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National Emergency Library. Top American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Interweaving legal scholarship and detailed on the ground case studies, Women Under Islam provides both a rich reference resource and new way of understanding gender politics in the Islamic world.
Bringing together leading scholars from a range of disciplines, it examines the complex and contingent historical relationships between religion, secularism, democracy, law, and gender equality.
Part One addresses the nexus of religion, law, gender, and democracy through different disciplinary perspectives (sociology, anthropology, political science, law).Format: Hardcover.
In an analysis of Islamic law through the prism of gender, Judith Tucker tackles these complex questions relating to the position of women in Islamic society, and to the ways in which the legal system impacted on the family, property rights, space and sexuality, from Cited by: This article examines the category of gender as it is employed in the study of Islamic law.
It first considers how gender scholars turned to legal practice and challenged orientalist narratives using a social historical approach.
It then analyses feminist critique of legal discourse, focusing on scholarship that addresses the development of pre-modern substantive law (fiqh) and legal theory Author: Saadia Yacoob. This article examines the impact of political Islam on women and gender issues.
It considers the common features of political Islam in Muslim societies across the Middle East and Africa. These include (1) calls for women to exit the public sphere and remain in the home, (2) a rearticulation of separate roles for men and women grounded in biological difference that religion is said to Cited by: 1.
Gender, Politics, and Islam. through their resistance against Islamist gender politics, have introduced a new dynamism into debates over religion and the secular and the separation of state. This collection extends the boundaries of global feminism to include Islamic women. Challenging Orientalist assumptions of Muslim women as victims of Islam, these essays focus on women’s negotiations for identity, power, and agency as participants in religious, cultural and nationalist movements.
This book gathers Signs essays on women in the Middle East, South Asia, and the. To move the debate on Islamic law and gender forward, it is necessary to establish how Islamic law actually operates.
In this groundbreaking work, Chris Jones-Pauly explores what conditions sustain the most liberal interpretation of Islamic law on gender issues.
new discourse, which came to be known as ‘Islamic feminism’, started to challenge the patriarchal interpretations of the Shariʿa from within. After a brief examination of the notion of gender justice in classical fiqh texts, I sketch twentieth-century developments in the politics of religion, law and gender in Muslim contexts.
Margot Badran is a historian of women and gender issues in Muslim societies. She is a Senior Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center and a Senior Fellow at the Prince Alwaleed ibn Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding, Georgetown University.
Her most recent book is Feminism in Islam. 5/5(1). How Islam treats women is one of the most hotly contested questions of our times. Islamic law is often misrepresented as a single monolithic concept, rather than a collection of different interpretations and practices. To move the debate on Islamic law and gender forward, it is necessary to establish how Islamic law actually operates.
In this groundbreaking work, Chris Jones-Pauly explores. ‘Women and Leadership in Islamic Law’ examines the assumption within much existing feminist scholarship that the patriarchal nature of pre-Islamic and early Muslim Near Eastern Society is the primary reason for the development of Islamic legal Author: David Solomon Jalajel.
Sa’diyya Shaikh, ‘In Search of al-Insān: Sufism, Islamic Law, and Gender’, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 77, 4,4. Kecia Ali, ‘If You Have Touched Women: Female Bodies and Male Agency in the Qur'an’, Sexual Ethics and Islam: Feminist Reflections on Qur'an, Hadith, and Jurisprudence (Oneworld Publications.
Islamic feminism and its discontents: towards a resolution of the debate / Valentine M. Moghadam --The politics of feminism in Islam / Anouar Majid --The power paradox in Muslim women's Majales: North-West Pakistani mourning rituals as sites of contestation over religions politics, ethnicity, and gender / Mary Elaine Hegland --Icons and.
Following the Islamic Revolution of and the re-introduction of Sharica law relating to gender and the family, women’s rights in Iran suffered a major setback. However, as the implementers of the law have faced the social realities of women’s lives and aspirations, positive.
Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law offers a groundbreaking analysis of family law, based on fieldwork in family courts, and illuminated by insights from distinguished clerics and scholars of Islam from Morocco, Egypt, Iran, Pakistan and Indonesia, as well as by the experience of human rights and women s rights activists.
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