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Found: 33 Record 1-33 Search: Health, Nutrition, and Medicine

Periodical articleHessini, Leila (2007)
Abortion and Islam: Policies and Practice in the Middle East and North Africa
Reproductive Health Matters. Volume 15 #29. May. p. 75-84.

Book chapterJohnson, Michelle C. (2007)
Making Mandinga or Making Muslims? Debating Female Circumcision, Ethnicity and Islam in Guinea-Bissau and Portugal
In: Hernlund, Ylva and Shell-Duncan, Bettina (eds.). Transcultural Bodies: Female Genital Cutting in Global Context. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.

Periodical articleKeefe, S.K. (2006)
See this document'Women Do What They Want': Islam and Permanent Contraception in Northern Tanzania
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 63 #2. p. 418-429.

BookSada, Ibrahim N. and Adamu, Fatima L. and Ahmad, Ali (2006)
Promoting Women's Rights through Sharia in Northern Nigeria
Zaria, Nigeria: Ahmadu Bello University, Centre for Islamic Legal Studies/British Council, Department for International Development (DFID). 36p.

Periodical articleJohnsdotter, Sara (2003)
See this documentSomali Women in Western Exile: Reassessing Female Circumcision in the Light of Islamic Teachings
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 23 #2. October. p. 361-373.

Periodical articleMaoulidi, Salma (2003)
See this documentMuslim Women Responding to HIV/AIDS in Tanzania
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 23 #2. October. p. 375-379.

BookRegis, Helen A. (2003)
Fulbe Voices: Marriage, Islam, and Medicine in Northern Cameroon
Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. 175p.

Conference paperInhorn, Marcia C. (2002)
Egyptian Mothers of Test-Tube Babies: Gender, Islam, and the Globalization of New Reproductive Technologies
Paper presented at the 2002 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 23-26, 2002, Washington, D.C. Tucson, University of Arizona.

Periodical articleKedar, M. (2002)
Islam and 'Female Circumcision': The Dispute Over FGM in the Egyptian Press, September, 1994
Medicine and Law. Volume 21 #2. p. 403-418.

Periodical articleMoosa, N. (2002)
Descriptive Analysis of South African and Islamic Abortion Legislation and Local Muslim Community Responses
Medicine and Law. Volume 21 #2. p. 257-279.

Periodical articleO'Brien, Susan M. (2001)
Spirit Discipline: Gender, Islam, and Hierarchies of Treatment in Postcolonial Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentInterventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies. Volume 3 #2. p. 222-241.

Periodical articleWiggins, Desmond (2001)
See this documentIslamic Texts and Circumcision
Africa Update. Volume 8 #4. Fall.

Book chapterAbubakar, Sherifat H. (2000)
Islamic Ethics and Human Reproduction
In: Olurode, 'Lai (ed.). Reproductive Health Within the Context of Islam. Surulere, Lagos: Islamic Women/Youth Centre, Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria.

Book chapterAbudu, Olalekan A. (2000)
Medical Aspects of Reproductive Health within the Context of Islam
In: Olurode, 'Lai (ed.). Reproductive Health Within the Context of Islam. Surulere, Lagos: Islamic Women/Youth Centre, Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria.

Book chapterForesyth, Muhennat I. and Abdulkareem, Fatimah B. (2000)
Islam and Contraceptive Technology
In: Olurode, 'Lai (ed.). Reproductive Health Within the Context of Islam. Surulere, Lagos: Islamic Women/Youth Centre, Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria.

Book chapterGbadamosi, Tajudeen G.O. (2000)
Confronting Reproductive Health Problems: The Islamic Viewpoint
In: Olurode, 'Lai (ed.). Reproductive Health Within the Context of Islam. Surulere, Lagos: Islamic Women/Youth Centre, Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria.

BookOlurode, Lai (ed.) (2000)
Reproductive Health within the Context of Islam
Surulere, Lagos: Islamic Women/Youth Centre, Anwar-ul Islam Movement of Nigeria. 248p.

Conference paperAdisa, Mustapha (1998)
Islamic Law, Human Rights, and Gender Issues in the Control of AIDS (Nigeria)
Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora: Health and Human Rights, October 23-27, 1998, Indianapolis, Indiana. Asso. of African Women Scholars, Indiana University, Women's Studies Program.

Periodical articleDoalmy, A. (1998)
Moroccan Youth, Sex and Islam
Middle East Report. Volume 28 #1. p. 8-11.

Book chapterKassamali, Noor J. (1998)
When Modernity Confronts Traditional Practices: Female Genital Cutting in Northeast Africa
In: Women in Muslim Societies: Diversity within Unity. p. 39-61.

Periodical articleBowen, Donna Lee (1997)
See this documentAbortion, Islam, and the 1994 Cairo Population Conference
International Journal of Middle East Studies. Volume 29 #2. May. p. 161-184.

Periodical articleGiladi, A. (1997)
Normative Islam Versus Local Tradition: Some Observations of Female Circumcision with Special Reference to Egypt
Arabica. Volume 44 #2. April. p. 254.

Conference paperInhorn, Marcia C. (1996)
In Vitro Fertilization Under Islamic Patriarchy: Egyptian Women's Responses to 'Baby of the Tubes' Technology
Paper presented at the 95th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Asso. (AAA), November 20-24, 1996, San Francisco, California. Arlington, Virginia.

BookInternational Planned Parenthood Federation (1996)
Report of the Regional Conference on Women, Islam and Family Planning, Niamey, Niger
Nairobi: International Planned Parenthood Federation. 44p.

BookPlanned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria. (1996)
Islamic Legacy for Women's Rights, Health and Concerns: Workshop Report, Kano, May 27-31, 1996
Ibadan: Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria. 60p.

Periodical articleHicks, Esther K. and Popenoe, Rebecca (1995)
Infubilation: Female Mutilation in Islamic Northeastern Africa
Muslim World. Volume 85 #3-4. p. 364.

Periodical articleOlayiwo, Abdur-Rahman O.A. (1995)
Communication, Population, Child Survival and Development in Africa: An Islamic Communication Perspective
Islamic Quarterly. Volume 34 #3. p. 154-166.

Conference paperReinhart, A. Kevin (1993)
Of Hematology: Menstruation in Islamic Law
Paper presented at the 27th Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 11-14, 1993, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Tucson. University of Arizona.

Book chapterKleiner-Bossaller, Anke (1992)
No Youth for Hausa Women? Social and Medical Implications of Early Marriage
Abstract presentIn: Les jeunes en Afrique. Tome 1: Évolution et rôle (XIXe-XXe siècles). Volume 1. p. 116-129.

Periodical articleGruenbaum, Ellen P. (1991)
See this documentThe Islamic Movement, Development, and Health Education: Recent Changes in the Health of Rural Women in Central Sudan
Social Science and Medicine. Volume 33 #6. p. 637-645.

BookLewis, Ioan M. and Safi, Ahmed al- and Hurreiz, Sayyid Hamid (eds.) (1991)
Women's Medicine: The Zar-Bori Cult in Africa and beyond
Abstract presentBased on an international African seminar held at the University of Khartoum, Sudan Republic, in January 1988. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press for the International African Institute. International African Seminars New Series #5. 299p.

Periodical articleObermeyer, Carla M. (1991)
Reproductive Choice in Islam
Radical America. Volume 25 #3. July. p. 23.

Book chapterAl Razik, Maxamed S.A. (1989)
Attitude of Islam Toward Female Circumcision
In: Italian Association for Women in Development and the Somali Women's Democratic Organization (eds.). Female Circumcision: Strategies to Bring About Change: Proceed. of the International Seminar on Female Circumcision, June 13-16, 1988, Mogadishu.

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