Feminism in Islam

Secular and Religious Convergences by Margot Badran

Publisher: Oneworld Publications

Written in English
Cover of: Feminism in Islam | Margot Badran
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Subjects:

  • Islam,
  • Islamic studies,
  • Women"s studies,
  • Islam - General,
  • Religion / Islam,
  • Religion,
  • Religion - World Religions
  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages400
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11951050M
    ISBN 101851685561
    ISBN 109781851685561

Anwar Explores Islamic Feminism in New Book By Hobart and William Smith Colleges on September 5th, In her new book, Associate Professor of Religious Studies Etin Anwar offers new insight on the changing relationship between Islam and feminism in Indonesia from the #! 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 of Islam   Hence, she chooses to entitle her book “Feminism in Islam” rather than “Islamic feminism.” She identifies Islamic feminism as a descriptive, analytical category that demarcates the demands and activism of Muslim women who are veiled and/or situated in a variety of Islamist or Islamic :// While many in the West regard feminism and Islam as incompatible, many Muslims in the East have perceived Western feminist forces as an assault upon their culture. In this career-spanning collection of influential essays, Margot Badran presents the feminisms that Muslim women have created, and examines Islamic and secular feminist ideologies

A highly controversial intervention into the debate on postmodernism and feminism, this book looks at what happens when these modes of analysis are jointly employed to illuminate the sexual politics of a religion, Islam has been demonized for its gender practices like no ://   Islam and feminism are not incompatible Ali's instructive book, a collection of ground-breaking articles by female Muslim scholars and activists, will come as a surprise to such people. Ali – who specialises in the field of gender and Islam and has been involved in Muslim and feminist movements for years – shows that Islam and feminism do   Margot Badran. Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences. Oxford: Oneworld Publications, pp Countless volumes have been written on the issue of Islam and women, by Muslims as well as others. Indeed, the ‘Muslim woman’ question has, for long, occupied a central place in discourses about :// Women, Islam, Qur’an, Traditions, Veil, Secularism He was the Prophet Muhammad, the first feminist in Islam. In his life and in the revelations that he began to receive in when he was 30 years old, Muhammad became the vehicle for a religion that paid particular attention to the rights of ://

  A highly controversial intervention into the debate on postmodernism and feminism, this book looks at what happens when these modes of analysis are jointly employed to illuminate the sexual politics of Islam. As a religion, Islam has been demonized for its gender practices like no ://

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Let’s go on to your next choice – Raja Rhouni’s book Secular and Islamic Feminist Critiques in the Work of Fatima Mernissi.

Raja Rhouni, also a Moroccan, first learned about Fatima Mernissi around the time Islam and Democracy came out while she was a PhD student at Mohammed V University in Rabat – the same university where Fatima Mernissi did her undergraduate :// 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 Badran's Feminism in Islam gives a good overview of how Feminism had developed historically in the Middle East, with reference to Egypt.

She engage in a debate that aims to test the convergence between the two feminist movements, religious and secular, over  › Books › Religion & Spirituality › Religious Studies. Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences by Margot Badran.

Oneworld Publications, pp., pb., $/£ ISBN e book is supposed to be about feminism :// The book Feminisme i islam (‘Feminism in Islam’) is written by religious scholar Marianne Hafnor Bøe. The book addresses the diversity of feminist interpretations of Islam, and demonstrates the span and the contrasts in the debate on gender in :// Books shelved as islamic-feminism: Women Claim Islam: Creating Islamic Feminism Through Literature by Miriam Cooke, Women and Gender in Islam: Historical Buy Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences Print on Demand by Margot Badran (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday Feminism in Islam book prices and free delivery on eligible  › Society, Politics & Philosophy › Social Sciences › Multicultural Studies. This book is a classic as one of the first books to tackle interpreting the Quran from a feminist perspective.

Wadud proposes some bold ideas such as linking feminism to the idea of tawhid or God’s unicity in Islam and patriarchy as incompatible with :// ‘Islamic feminism’ is a relatively recent current of thought being developed by a transnational network of activists in widely contrasting socio-political contexts.1 Islamic feminists are concerned with developing an ethical reading of the bases of Islam, namely the Qur’an and the Sunna, in order to find a form of religious exegesis that will support their feminist :// The term "Islamic feminism" began to be heard in the s in various global locations.

In this Feminism in Islam book 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  › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Social Sciences.

Buy a cheap copy of Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious book by Margot Badran. While many in the West regard feminism and Islam as a contradiction in terms, many Muslims in the East have perceived Western feminist forces in their midst as an Free shipping over $ 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 ://   Competing agenda: feminists, Islam, and the state in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Egypt -- 2.

Women, Qasim Amin, and the rise of feminist discourse -- 3. From consciousness to activism: feminist politics in early twentieth-century Egypt -- 4. Expressing feminism and nationalism in autobiography: the memoirs of an Egyptian educator -- :// Review of Margot Badran's "Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences" Feminism in Islam.

Observer: by Rohi Sarbaz Khan — Friday, Ap – Feminism is a collection of movements and ideologies aimed at defining, establishing, and defending equal political, economic, cultural, and social rights for includes seeking to establish equal opportunities for women in educationand st advocates or supports the rights and equality of Feminism and Islam: Legal and Literary Perspectives is the title of Saudi scholar Mai Yamani's book comprising the essays of a substantial number of women scholars who are articulating an emerging Islamic feminism.

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Hybrid feminism, according to Ahmed-Ghosh, occupies an in-between position, incorporating aspects of both secular feminism and Islamic feminism. Badran, however, elucidates some differences between secular feminism and Islamic feminism in her book, “Feminism in Islam analysis ranks among the best works investigating feminism and Islam.

The first part is devoted to feminism in Egypt, and the second traces the spread of feminism in the broader Muslim world. Badran carefully balances attention to major thinkers and writers with her grasp of the issues feminists faced and addressed, along with the opponents and book Feminism and Islam.6 Nilüfer Göle, in The Forbidden Modern, used the term Islamic feminism to describe a new feminist paradigm emerging in Turkey.7 Also, South African activist Shamima Sheikh frequently employed the term Islamic feminism in her speeches and articles.

By the mids,   Feminism in Islam by Margot Badran,available at Book Depository with free delivery ://   Islamic feminism dealing with problematic gender thinking and practices checks and rereads religious texts, and offers clarifications in favor of an egalitarian reading and practice of Islam.

Islamic feminism is not an apologia. Some people do use the arguments of Islamic feminism to defend Islam from attacks relating to women and :// Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences.

Margot Badran. Format Book Published Oxford: Oneworld, Language English ISBN (pbk.), (pbk.) Description ix, p. ; 23 cm. Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Technical Details Staff :// Gonzáles’s Islamic Feminism in Kuwait: The Politics and Paradoxes is a case study of the complex phenomenon of a non-western genre of feminism which is emerging in a majority Muslim society.

The author, a research fellow at the Institute for the Studies of Religion at Baylor University and a Research Associate at John Jay College of Criminal Justice at CUNY, challenges the ubiquitous Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences by Margot Badran Article in Journal of Middle East Women s Studies 7(2) April with Reads How we measure 'reads' Get this from a library.

Feminism in Islam: secular and religious convergences. [Margot Badran] -- "Many in the West regard feminism and Islam as a contradiction in terms. However, this is a grave misconception as Margot Badran illustrates in this career-spanning collection of influential essays.

In Islam, that is the only kind of feminism allowed to develop. that this is the only kind of feminism Islamic society will tolerate. Russell sixty-five years ago in his book The   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 ://   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 Divorce, Islam and me: 'I will for ever be the woman who left two husbands' Read more This is a vital book for non-Muslims and those seeking to understand Muslim feminism in the ://.

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 ?id=kk8AmQeC3zMC.Read "Feminism in Islam Secular and Religious Convergences" by Margot Badran available from Rakuten Kobo.

While many in the West regard feminism and Islam as a contradiction in terms, many Muslims in the East have perceived We  › Home › eBooks. The subject of this book, the status of women in Islam, was chosen for several reasons.

First, it was my desire to choose a subject relating to the Qur'an A. viii and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (s) in order to seek Allah's pleasure and to explicate for the benefit of common people the