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Women in Islamic Biographical Collections: From Ibn Sa'd to Who's Who
A study of 40 bibliographical collections, dating from the 9th century to the present, investigating which type of woman Muslim scholars have deemed worthy of recording for posterity. The analysisExpand
MODERN GENDERED ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE LIFE OF THE PROPHET OF ALLAH—ÉTIENNE DINET AND SLIMAN BEN IBRAHIM (1918)
The gendered messages in the paintings and text of Dinet and Sliman's Life of Mohammad are the products of a fascinating social and cultural interchange that developed over three decades between theExpand
Islamic and Jewish Religious Feminism: Similarities, Parallels and Interactions
The roots of both Islamic and Jewish religious feminism may be found in the 1970s. Both ideological movements arose in response to the feminism of the 1960s in the United States and in France whichExpand
Human Creation in the Hebrew Bible and the Qur’an – Feminist Exegesis
The foundations of Judaism and Islam are their holy books – the Hebrew Bible and the Qur’an – which believers regard as the eternal word of God. It is not surprising, therefore, that leading IslamicExpand
Women in Islam and the Middle East: A Reader
Part 1 The foundations of Islam: the Quran - differing interpretation of the Divine Word the biography of the Prophet - women in battle saying of the Prophet - selective quotation Shi'i martyrology -Expand
Judith E. Tucker, Women, Family, and Gender in Islamic Law (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2008). Pp. 268. $85.00 cloth, $32.99 paper.
  • Ruth Roded
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  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • 15 July 2010
No book can possibly cover all aspects of migration, commerce, and cultural exchange between the Middle East and Southeast Asia over the past 1000 years. However, this edited collection comes asExpand
Middle Eastern Women in Gendered Space: Religious Legitimacy and Social Reality
Abstract The notion that Islam dictates gender separation in the pre-modern Middle East is widely held by observers, some scholars, and even Muslim women. When studying different aspects of gender inExpand
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