By Masooda Bano, Hilary E Kalmbach
The attractiveness of woman management in mosques and madrassas is an important switch from a lot historic perform, signalling the mainstream popularity of a few type of woman Islamic authority in lots of locations. This quantity investigates the varied diversity of lady non secular management found in modern Muslim groups in South, East and primary Asia, the center East, Africa, Europe, and North the United States, with chapters discussing its emergence, the constraints positioned upon it, and its wider effect, in addition to the actual and digital areas utilized by girls to set up and consolidate their authority. it will likely be worthwhile as a reference textual content, because it is the 1st to assemble research of lady Islamic management in geographically and ideologically-diverse Muslim groups worldwide.
Masooda Bano holds an ESRC Fellowship on the Oxford division of foreign improvement. She reviews Islamic activities in comparative context. Her monograph, The Rational Believer: offerings and judgements within the Madrasas of Pakistan, is imminent with Cornell collage Press.
Hilary Kalmbach is the Sir Christopher Cox Junior Fellow at New collage, college of Oxford. Her examine makes a speciality of altering constructions of Islamic authority, wisdom and schooling within the glossy center East. Her present venture situates Cairo’s Dar al-‘Ulum within the context of twentieth-century social, non secular and linguistic alterations.
Contributors to the quantity comprise PETRA BLEISCH BOUZAR, NATHAL M. DESSING, ROJA FAZAELI, JULIANE HAMMER, MONA HASSAN, SARAH ISLAM, MARIA JASCHOK, PATRICIA JEFFERY, ROGER JEFFERY, CRAIG JEFFREY, MIRJAM KÜNKLER, PETRA KUPPINGER, UTA LEHMANN, NICK MICINSKI, HIROKO MINESAKI, PIA KARLSSON MINGANTI, MATTHEW PIERCE, CATHARINA RAUDVERE, MARGARET J. RAUSCH, AMÉLIE LE RENARD, RIEM SPIELHAUS, NELLY VAN DOORN-HARDER, and ELS VANDERWAEREN
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Women, Leadership, and Mosques. Changes in Contemporary Islamic Authority by Masooda Bano, Hilary E Kalmbach