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📒Women In Muslim Societies ✍ Herbert L. Bodman
✏Women in Muslim Societies Book Summary : Exploring the status, roles and contributions of Muslim women, not only in the Middle East, but also in Africa and Asia, the authors stress the importance of historical context, local customs, the policies that define their status, and the opportunities or constraints they may experience.
📒Inspirasi Gaya Busana Muslim Anak ✍ Indri A & Ristiawati B.D
✏Inspirasi Gaya Busana Muslim Anak Book Summary :
📒Muslim Women ✍ Zakia A. Siddiqi
✏Muslim Women Book Summary : Despite the fact that Muslim Women are among the most backward sections of Indian Society, they have not received adequate attention of the Government, social workers and academicians. Lack of education, poverty, economic dependency and ignorance of their rights have made them more vulnerable to exploitation. There is, therefore, an acute need to undertake researchers in order to identity problems specific to Muslim women and delineate the causes of their backwardness. This Volume includes papers presented by prominent contributors at a seminar, MUSLIM WOMEN : Problems and Prospects, held at the Aligarh Muslim University Women's College in 1990 and covers a wide range of subjects, such as legal nutrition, employment prospects, education, politics and role of media.
📒The Legacy Of Muslim Spain ✍ Salma Khadra Jayyusi
✏The Legacy of Muslim Spain Book Summary : The civilisation of medieval Muslim Spain is perhaps the most brilliant and prosperous of its age and has been essential to the direction which civilisation in medieval Europe took. This volume is the first ever in any language to deal in a really comprehensive manner with all major aspects of Islamic civilisation in medieval Spain.
📒Geographies Of Muslim Identities ✍ Professor Cara Aitchison
✏Geographies of Muslim Identities Book Summary : In recent years, geographies of identities, including those of ethnicity, religion, 'race' and gender, have formed an increasing focus of contemporary human geography. The events of September 11th, 2001 particularly illustrated the ways in which identities can be transformed across time and space by both global and local events of a social, cultural, political and economic nature. Such transformations have also demonstrated the temporal and spatial construction of hate and fear, and of increasing incidences of 'Islamophobia' through the construction of Muslims as 'the Other'. As the social scientific study of religion continues to be marginalized within mainstream scholarship, there remains an important gap in the literature. This timely book addresses this gap by collecting a range of cutting-edge contributions from the social, cultural, political, historical and economic sub-disciplines of geography, together with writings from gender studies, cultural studies and leisure studies where research has revealed a strong spatial dimension to the construction, representation, contestation and reworking of Muslim identities. The contributors illustrate the ways in which such identities are constructed, represented, negotiated and contested in everyday life in a wide variety of international contexts, focusing upon issues connected with diaspora, gender and belonging.
📒Muslim Travellers ✍ Dale F. Eickelman
✏Muslim Travellers Book Summary : The contributors explore the transnational and local significance of pilgrimage and migration, showing how these journeys heighten a universal sense of 'being Muslim' while also inspiring the redefinition of the frontiers of sect, language, territory, and nation. In this way, encounters with Muslim 'others' have been as important in shaping community self-definition as encounters with European 'others.' --
📒Muslim Communities In Australia ✍ Shahram Akbarzadeh
✏Muslim Communities in Australia Book Summary : Explores the history and experience of Muslims in Australia.
📒International Relations Of The Asian Muslim States ✍ James P. Piscatori
✏International Relations of the Asian Muslim States Book Summary : This volume, the second in the Asia Society's Asian Agenda Series, is designed to foster increased American understanding of Islam's role in contemporary Asian politics and society. During the last decade, Westerners have tended to view the Muslim world as a unified, threatening force because of various crises in the Middle East. The author asserts that while Islam has provided Asian society with an underlying unity in fundamental belief and practice, its interaction with diverse cultures has resulted in Muslim states with distinctive differences. Co-published with The Asia Society.
📒Muslim Rulers And Rebels ✍ Thomas M. McKenna
✏Muslim Rulers and Rebels Book Summary : In this first ground-level account of the Muslim separatist rebellion in the Philippines, Thomas McKenna challenges prevailing anthropological analyses of nationalism as well as their underlying assumptions about the interplay of culture and power. He examines Muslim separatism against a background of more than four hundred years of political relations among indigenous Muslim rulers, their subjects, and external powers seeking the subjugation of Philippine Muslims. He also explores the motivations of the ordinary men and women who fight in armed separatist struggles and investigates the formation of nationalist identities. A skillful meld of historical detail and ethnographic research, Muslim Rulers and Rebels makes a compelling contribution to the study of protest, rebellion, and revolution worldwide.
📒A Dictionary Of Muslim Names ✍ Salahuddin Ahmed
✏A Dictionary of Muslim Names Book Summary : "In a well-known hadith, Muhammad advises Muslims that, 'On the Day of Resurrection, you will be called by your names and the names of your fathers; so keep beautiful names.' Inspired by the teachings of Islam, names fulfill the cherished ambitions of a true Muslim. Unfortunately, a large number of Muslims with names of Arabic or Persian origin are unaware of their meaning and their bearing on Islamic heritage. Many parents select names for their children consisting of uncommon Arabic words with phonetic effect. But these meanings are often devoid of any religious meaning or cultural resonance. In The Dictionary of Muslim Names, Salahuddin Ahmed provides a helpful and substantive guide to common and less-common Muslim names. This lively and informative dictionary lists the original Arabic, Persian, or Turkish spelling, as well as a precise English transliteration. The names' meaning and bearing on Islamic heritage or world history are referenced, along with historical figures who bore the name - an Imaam, a Sultan, a saint - and accompanying examples"--Back cover.