Oneworld, Written by Badran Georgetown Univ. The first part is devoted to feminism in Egypt, and the second traces the spread of feminism in the broader Muslim world.
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Badran carefully balances attention to major thinkers and writers with her grasp of the issues feminists faced and addressed, along with the opponents and obstacles in their paths. She demonstrates points of divergence and convergence in her historical portrayal of the rise and growth of Islamic feminism with the two foundational methodologies of ijtihad independent reasoning into religious texts and tafsir interpretation of the Qur'an. Running throughout her analysis are many crucial issues: political Islam, nationalism, education, the modernity and secularism introduced by the West, and an excellent discussion of female genital mutilation.
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Her discussion of "gender activism" and "Islamic feminism" p. The scope, clarity of argument, depth of analysis, and wealth of new information make this a very useful work. Summing Up: Highly recommended. Citing articles via Google Scholar.
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Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences
Duke University Press W. Main St. All Rights Reserved. References 0. The recent interest and presence of devout Muslim women who are promulgating a new Islamic feminism is also a phenomenon that is attracting attention in Tunisia although any formal rec - ognition of this group was prohibited until the fall of the Ben Ali regime. As Badran points out , though , Islamic feminism comes in various forms and comprises different Tunisian women in the twenty-first century: Past achievements and present uncertainties in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution.
Full-text available. Mar The recent and dramatic changes in Tunisia since the Jasmine Revolution have brought new challenges for its citizens and for its women in particular.
Feminist Thought in the Muslim World: From Secular Feminism to Islamic Feminism
Tunisian women, long considered the most liberated in the Arab-Muslim world, are now seeing a growing conservative mind-set spreading across the country. The more frequent appearance of women wearing headscarves and men sporting beards in public, if only an outward symbol of Islam is unusual behavior in the traditionally secular, post-independent Tunisia. This more conservative phenomenon, although not the primary driver of the recent revolution, has secured a legitimate place in Tunisian society since January Two principle questions frame this study: 1 what factors have prompted the re-emergence of the more religiously-based conservatism in secular Tunisia in recent years?
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Barriers in access to education and alternative solutions for inclusive education; case of Muslim minorities in the UK. Apr In this paper I focus on a scenario of orthodox Muslim girls and women in the UK.
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The task of this paper is to examine what sort of barriers they experience in the access to education1. I address a variety of underlying factors. Also I respond to what extent different approaches to education influence inclusive education and what implications on gender equality are caused.
I also seek to respond what are alternative solutions for inclusive education for Muslim girls and women looking at the example of community education in the UK.
Throughout the paper, I challenge common misconceptions and advocate for a religious-sensitive approach to inclusive education as a starting point to promote gender equality. To meet the tasks of this paper, firstly I must explain major misconceptions about females in Islam and education, secondly I will introduce the background information about Muslims in the UK and identify barriers in access to education.
Then I will look at alternative institutional solutions. Finally, I will draw upon lessons learnt from the case study for policy and planning of inclusive education and I will end with some conclusions. Show more.
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