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BookBruzzi, Sylvia (2018)
Islam and Gender in Colonial Northeast Africa: Sitti 'Alawiyya, the Uncrowned Queen
Abstract presentLeiden: Brill. Islam in Africa #21. 252p.

BookBa, Selly (2017)
La prédication féminine musulmane au Sénégal
Saarbrücken: Éditions universitaires européennes. 112p.

Periodical articleHill, Joseph (2014)
Picturing Islamic authority: gender metaphors and Sufi leadership in Senegal
Abstract presentIslamic Africa. Volume 5 #2. p. 275-315.

Periodical articleHill, Joseph (2014)
See this publicationPicturing Islamic Authority: Gender Metaphors and Sufi Leadership in Senegal
Abstract presentIslamic Africa. Volume 5 #2. p. 275-315.

BookJanson, Marloes (2014)
Islam, youth and modernity in the Gambia: the Tablighi Jama'at
New York: Cambridge University Press. International African library #45.

BookIniesta, Ferran (ed.) (2012)
L'Islam de l'Afrique noire
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan.

Periodical articleMohamed, Deeqa (2012)
See this publicationGender, islam, and 19th-century Brava: a brief note
Bildhaan: An International Journal of Somali Studies. Volume 12. p. 106-119.

Periodical issueAdem, Seifudein (ed.) (2009)
Special issue: Mazruiana and the Oromo
Abstract presentThe journal of Oromo studies. Volume 16 #1. p. 1-163.

BookFarah, Nadia Ramsis (2009)
Egypt's political economy: power relations in development
Cairo: American university in Cairo press. 198p.

Periodical articleSoares, Benjamin F. (2006)
See this publicationIslam in Mali in the Neoliberal Era
Abstract presentAfrican Affairs: The Journal of the Royal African Society. Volume 105 #418. January. p. 77-95.

BookAlidou, Ousseina (2005)
Engaging modernity: Muslim women and the politics of agency in postcolonial Niger
Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. Women in Africa and the diaspora. 235p.

Book chapterAugis, E. (2005)
Dakar's Sunnite women: The politics of person
In: L'Islam politique au sud du Sahara: identités, discours et enjeux. p. 309-326.

Book chapterCantone, Cleo (2005)
'Radicalisme' au féminin? Les filles voilées et l'appropriation de l'espace dans les mosquées à Dakar
In: L'Islam politique au sud du Sahara: identités, discours et enjeux. p. 119-130.

Dissertation / thesisFortier, Corinne (2005)
Corps, différence des sexes et infortune: transmission de l'identité et des savoirs en islam malékite et dans la société maure de Mauritanie
thèse de doctorat. Paris: EHESS. 2 v.p.

Book chapterMahdi, Saudatu S. (2005)
Women's Rights in Shari'ah: A Case for Codification of Islamic Personal Law in Nigeria
In: Comparative perspectives on Shari'ah in Nigeria. p. 1-6.

Book chapterRenders, M. (2005)
Islamist movements and discourses: Sub-Saharan Africa
In: Joseph, S. (ed.), Encyclopedia of women and Islamic cultures. Leiden: Brill. p. 611-614.

Book chapterSamatar, Abdi I. (2005)
Social Transformation and Islamic Reinterpretation in Northern Somalia: The Women's Mosque in Gabiley
In: Falah, Ghazi-Walid; Nagel, Caroline R. (eds.), Geographies of Muslim Women: Gender, Religion, and Space. New York: The Guilford Press. p. 377-411.

Periodical articleSeesemann, Rüdiger (2005)
Islamism and the paradox of secularization: The case of islamist ideas on women in the Sudan
Abstract presentSociologus. Volume 55 #1. p. 89-118.

Book chapterSow, F. (2005)
Les femmes, l'état et le sacré
In: L'Islam politique au sud du Sahara: identités, discours et enjeux. p. 283-307.

Periodical articleMilingo, T.C.L. (2004-2005)
Veiling and seclusion of women in Islam
Zango. Volume 25 #15. p. 25-41.

Periodical articleAdamu, F.L. (2004)
Haushaltsstrategien, Frauen und Sharia-Gerichtshöfe in Sokoto, Nordnigeria
Peripherie: Zeitschrift für Politik und Ökonomie in der Dritten Welt. #95. p. 284-305.

Dissertation / thesisBux, Z. (2004)
The changing roles of Muslim women in South Africa
master thesis. University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Book chapterEvers Rosander, E. (2004)
Going to Porokhane and not going to Porokhane: Mourid women in Senegal and Spain
In: Eade, J.; Coleman, S. (eds.), Reframing pilgrimage: Cultures in motion. London: Routledge.

Periodical articleHoward-Hassmann, Rhoda E. (2004)
The Flogging of Bariya Magazu: Nigerian Politics, Canadian Pressures, and Women's and Children's Rights
Journal of Human Rights. Volume 3 #1. March. p. 3-20.

Periodical articleHutson, A.S. (2004)
African Sufi women and ritual change
Journal of Ritual Studies. Volume 18 #2. p. 61-73.

Periodical articleLachenmann, G. (2004)
Weibliche Räume in muslimischen Gesellschaften Westafrikas
Peripherie: Zeitschrift für Politik und Ökonomie in der Dritten Welt. #95. p. 322-340.

Book chapterMasquelier, Adeline M. (2004)
Weddings, wealth and women's value in an Islamic town of Niger
In: Situating globality: African agency in the appropriation of global culture. p. 220-256.

Book chapterMcGown, R.B. (2004)
Transformative Islam and shifting gender roles in the Somali diaspora
In: Kusow, A. (ed.), Putting the cart before the horse: Contested nationalism and the crisis of the nation-state in Somalia. Trenton: Red Sea Press.

BookNageeb, S.A. (2004)
New spaces and old frontiers: Women, social space, and Islamization in Sudan
Lanham: Lexington Books. 217p.

Periodical articleOgungbile, David O. (2004)
See this publicationReligious Experience and Women Leadership in Yoruba (Nigeria); Islam: A Case Study of Alhaja Sheidat Mujidat Adeoye, Founder and Leader of the Fadilullah Muslim Mission, Osogbo, Nigeria
Abstract presentGender and Behaviour. Volume 2. p. 117-140.

BookOlagoke, S.A. (2004)
Islam and concept of hijab
Ibadan: SAO Multi Ventures. 54p.

Book chapterTayob, Abdulkader I.; Günther, U.; Niehaus, I. (2004)
Islam, politics and gender during the struggle in South Africa
In: Chidester, D.; Weisse, W. (eds.), Religion, politics, and identity in a changing South Africa. Münster: Waxmann. p. 103-124.

Book chapterTayob, Abdulkader I.; Haron, Muhammad (2004)
The South African Muslims making (air)waves during the period of transformation
In: Chidester, D.; Weisse, W. (eds.), Religion, politics, and identity in a changing South Africa. Münster: Waxmann. p. 125-159.

Book chapterUmar, Muhammad Sani (2004)
Mass Islamic Education and Emergence of Female Ulama in Northern Nigeria: Background, Trends, and Consequences
In: The Transmission of Learning in Islamic Africa. #2. p. 99-120.

Book chapterAbdelsalam, A.H. (2003)
Islamic law and women's human rights
In: Sharia implementation in Nigeria. p. 74-85.

Dissertation / thesisAhmadi HAMMAMa (2003)
Globalisations, Islamism and gender: Women's political organisations in the Sudan
Ph.D. dissertation. Katholieke Universiteit Nijmegen. 247p.

Book chapterBabaji, B.; Dankofa, Y. (2003)
Assessing the performance of lower courts in the implementation of Shari'a penal law and justice
In: Sharia implementation in Nigeria. p. 103-127.

Book chapterEvers Rosander, E. (2003)
Mourid women and pilgrimage in Senegal and Spain
In: Ruuth, A. (ed.), Rite and power. Uppsala: Swedish Institute of Mission Research.

Periodical articleEvers Rosander, E. (2003)
Mam Diarra Bousso, the Mourid mother in Porokhane
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 4.

Periodical articleEvers Rosander, Eva (2003)
See this publicationMam Diarra Bousso, la bonne mère de Porokhane, Sénégal
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 58 #3-4. p. 296-317.

Book chapterEzeilo, J.N. (2003)
Towards a cross-cultural approach to women's human rights
In: Sharia implementation in Nigeria. p. 86-101.

BookEzeilo, J.N.; Afolabi, A.A. (eds.) (2003)
Sharia and women's human rights in Nigeria: Strategies for action
Abstract presentNigeria: WARD & WACOL. 140p.

BookEzeilo, Joy; Ladan, Muhammed T.; Afolabi, Abiola A. (eds.) (2003)
Sharia Implementation in Nigeria: Issues and Challenges on Women's Rights and Access to Justice
Enugu; Lagos: Women's Aid Collective (WACOL); Women Advocates Research and Documentation Centre (WARDC). 277p.

Book chapterKeffi, S.U.D. (2003)
Improving the quality of life of Muslims through the implementation of socio-economic aspects of Shari'a in Nigeria
In: Sharia implementation in Nigeria. p. 207-227.

Book chapterLadan, M.T. (2003)
Women's rights, access to and administration of justice under the Shari'a in Nigeria
In: Sharia implementation in Nigeria. p. 19-43.

Periodical articleMaoulidi, S. (2003)
The Sahiba Sisters Foundation in Tanzania: Meeting organizational and community needs
Abstract presentDevelopment. Volume 46 #4. p. 85-92.

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

Book chapterMoosa, E. (2003)
Sub-Saharan Africa: Early 20th century to present
In: Joseph, S. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Women in Islamic Cultures. Volume 1. Leiden: Brill. p. 285-293.

Book chapterOba, A.A. (2003)
Improving women's access to justice and the quality of administration of Islamic justice in Nigeria
In: Sharia implementation in Nigeria. p. 44-73.

Periodical articleRautenbach, Christa (2003)
Equality and religious legal systems: The dilemma of Muslim women in South Africa
Woord en Daad. Volume 43. p. 17-20.

Book chapterRenne, Elisha P. (2003)
Changing Assessments of Abortion in a Northern Nigerian Town
Abstract presentIn: Basu, Alaka M. (ed.), The Sociocultural and Political Aspects of Abortion: Global Perspectives. Westport, CT: Praeger. p. 119-138.

Dissertation / thesisSeedat, Fatima (2003)
Women and Activism: Indian Muslim Women's Responses to Apartheid South Africa
master thesis, M.SocSc. Thesis. Cape Town, South Africa: University of Cape Town. 139p.

Periodical articleSow, Fatou (2003)
See this publicationFundamentalisms, Globalisation and Women's Human Rights in Senegal
Gender and Development. Volume 11 #1. May. p. 69-76.

Periodical articleWhitsitt, Novian (2003)
See this publicationIslamic-Hausa Feminism Meets Northern Nigerian Romance: The Cautious Rebellion of Bilkisu Funtuwa
Abstract presentAfrican Studies Review. Volume 46 #1. April. p. 137-153.

Book chapterAhmad, M. (2002)
The patriarchal bargaining in Tijaniyya Sufi order in Northern Nigeria
In: Samiuddin, A.; Khanam, R. (eds.), Muslim feminism and feminist movement: Africa. New Delhi: Global Vision Pub. p. 603-630.

Periodical articleAhmed Elnaiem, Buthaina (2002)
Human Rights of Women and Islamic Identity in Africa
Abstract presentRecht in Afrika = Law in Africa = Droit en Afrique. #1. p. 1-15.

Book chapterAnis, A. (2002)
Moving boundaries: Forms of resistance and women's solidarity in Islamist Sudan
In: Religion and conflict in Sudan. p. 97-106.

Book chapterAnwar, Z. (2002)
Multi-fundamentalism and feminist resistance in Mauritius
In: Samiuddin, A.; Khanam, R. (eds.), Muslim feminism and feminist movement: South-East Asia. New Delhi: Global Vision Pub. p. 163-174.

Dissertation / thesisAugis, E. (2002)
Dakar's Sunnite women: The politics of person
Ph.D. dissertation, Department of Sociology. University of Chicago.

Periodical articleCantone, Cleo (2002)
Women claiming space in mosques
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 11. p. 29.

Conference paperCooper, Barbara M. (2002)
The anatomy of a riot: single women and religious violence in Niger
This paper was presented in the Walter Rodney African Studies Seminar at Boston University on March 11, 2002. Boston, MA: African Studies Center, Boston University. Working papers; 241. 33p.

Book chapterEvers Rosander, E. (2002)
El dinero, el matrimonio y la religión: las comerciantes senegalesas de Tenerife (España)
In: Gil, C.G.; Romero, B.A. (eds.), Mujeres de un solo mundo: Globalización y multiculturalismo. Granada: Universidad de Granada.

Periodical articleGünther, Ursula; Niehaus, Inga (2002)
See this publicationIslam, Politics and Gender during the Struggle in South Africa, 1976-1990
Journal for the Study of Religion. Volume 15 #2. p. 87-110.

Book chapterHamza, A.H. (2002)
Challenges faced by Sudanese feminist liberation movement
In: Samiuddin, A.; Khanam, R. (eds.), Muslim feminism and feminist movement: Africa. New Delhi: Global Vision Publishing House. p. 661-672.

Periodical articleHutson, A.S. (2002)
Gender, mobility, and Sharia
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 11. p. 16.

Book chapterImam, A.M. (2002)
Female seclusion in Northern (Hausaland) Nigeria: Historical development
In: Samiuddin, A.; Khanam, R. (eds.), Muslim feminism and feminist movement: Africa. New Delhi: Global Vision Pub. p. 491-543.

BookJanson, M. (2002)
The best hand is the hand that always gives: Griottes and their profession in Eastern Gambia
Abstract presentLeiden: Research School CNWS. 322p.

Periodical articleJanson, M. (2002)
On the boundaries of Muslim gender ideology
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 11. p. 28.

Periodical articleMaoulidi, S. (2002)
The predicament of Muslim women in Tanzania
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 10. p. 25.

Book chapterNageeb, S.A. (2002)
Stretching the horizon: A gender-based perspective on everyday life and practices in the Islamic sub-culture of Sudan
In: Islam in Africa. p. 17-42.

BookNageeb, S.A. (2002)
See this publicationDen Horizont erweitern: Eine geschlechtsspezifische Perspektive des alltäglichen Lebens und der Gewohnheiten in einer islamischen Subkultur des Sudans
Bielefeld: Universität Bielefeld. Forschungsschwerpunkt Entwicklungssoziologie, Working Paper No. 341. 34p.

Book chapterRamet, P. (2002)
Feminist movement and fundamentalist resistance
In: Samiuddin, A.; Khanam, R. (eds.), Muslim feminism and feminist movement: Africa. New Delhi: Global Vision Publishing House. p. 701-709.

BookSamiuddin, A.; Khanam, R. (eds.) (2002)
Muslim feminism and feminist movement: Africa
New Delhi: Global Vision Pub. 830p.

Book chapterThomas-Emengwali, G. (2002)
Theological implication of gender in Nigerian society
In: Samiuddin, A.; Khanam, R. (eds.), Muslim feminism and feminist movement: Africa. New Delhi: Global Vision Pub. p. 545-559.

Periodical articleWerthmann, Katja (2002)
See this publicationMatan Bariki, 'Women of the Barracks': Muslim Hausa Women in an Urban Neighbourhood in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 72 #1. p. 112-130.

Periodical articleWhitsitt, Novian (2002)
See this publicationIslamic-Hausa feminism and Kano market literature: Qur'anic reinterpretation in the novels of Balaraba Yakubu
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 33 #2. p. 119-136.

Periodical articleAbdul-Raheem, T. (2001)
Islamist bigots: The case of Safiya Hussaini
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 1 #2.

Periodical articleDangor, Suleman (2001)
See this publicationHistorical Perspective, Current Literature and an Opinion Survey among Muslim Women in Contemporary South Africa: A Case Study
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 21 #1. April. p. 109-129.

Book chapterDeclich, F. (2001)
Sources on Islam composed in the vernacular: Somali women's religious poetry
In: Scarcia Amoretti, B. (ed.), Islam in East Africa: New Sources (Archives. Manuscripts and Written Historical Sources. Oral History. Archaeology). Roma: Herder. p. 297-337.

Periodical articleEvers Rosander, E. (2001)
Human rights, Islam and caste: Senegalese women in Tenerife Spain
Swedish Missiological Themes. Volume 89 #4. p. 487-508.

Book chapterGruenbaum, E. (2001)
Sudanese women and the Islamist state
In: Joseph, Suad; Slyomovics, Susan (eds.), Women and power in the Middle East. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. p. 115-125.

Periodical articleHale, Sondra (2001)
See this publicationAlienation and Belonging - Women's Citizenship and Emancipation: Visions for Sudan's Post-Islamist Future
Abstract presentNew Political Science. Volume 23 #1. March. p. 24-43.

Periodical articleHutson, A.S. (2001)
Women, men, and patriarchal bargaining in an Islamic Sufi order: The Tijaniyya in Kano, Nigeria, 1937 to the present
Abstract presentGender & Society. Volume 15 #5. p. 734-753.

Periodical articleIman, B. (2001)
Safiyatu's conviction untenable under Sharia
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 1 #2.

Book chapterKlein-Hessling, R. (2001)
Muslimische Frauenorganisationen und Geschlechterpolitiken im Nordsudan
In: Horstmann, A.; Schlee, G. (eds.), Integration durch Verschiedenheit: Lokale und globale Formen interkultureller Kommunikation. Bielefeld: Transcript. p. 183-206.

Periodical articleLee, Rebekah (2001)
See this publicationConversion or Continuum? The Spread of Islam among African Women in Cape Town
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 27 #2. Winter. p. 62-85.

BookLemu, B.A. (2001)
Women in da'wah
Abstract presentMinna: IET Publications Division, Islamic Education Trust. 13p.

Periodical articleMbow, Penda (2001)
L'islam et la femme sénégalaise
Abstract presentÉthiopiques: revue socialiste de culture négro-africaine. #66-67. p. 203-224.

Dissertation / thesisMwinyihaji, E.F. (2001)
Contribution of Islam towards women emancipation: A case study of the Swahili Muslim women in Mombasa district
master thesis. Moi University.

Periodical articleNzegwu, Nkiru (2001)
Islam and its bigots: The case of Safiyatu Huseini Tugur Tudu
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 1 #2.

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 articleOuld Cheikh, A.W. (2001)
Brotherhoods and gender relations in Mauritania
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 8. p. 26.

Periodical articleRaji, N.I. (2001)
Mate selection, compatibility of couple and the place of women in family formation: A case study of Ilorin, Nigeria
Islamic Culture. Volume 75 #3. p. 105-125.

Periodical articleSidahmed, A.S. (2001)
Problems in contemporary applications of Islamic criminal sanctions: The penalty for adultery in relation to women
British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. Volume 28 #2. p. 187-204.

Dissertation / thesisWillemse, Catharina Laurentia Alida (2001)
'One Foot in Heaven': Narratives on Gender and Islam in Darfur, West-Sudan
Abstract presentPh.D. dissertation. Leiden: Universiteit Leiden. 403p.

Periodical articleZakaria, Yakubu (2001)
See this publicationEntrepreneurs at Home: Secluded Muslim Women and Hidden Economic Activities in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 10 #1. p. 107-123.

Book chapterAbdullah, Hussaina J. (2000)
Religious revivalism, human rights activism and the struggle for women's rights in Nigeria
Abstract presentIn: Mamdani, M. (ed.), Beyond rights talk and culture talk: Comparative essays on the politics of rights and culture. Claremont: David Philip. p. 96-120.

Periodical articleDeclich, F. (2000)
Sufi experience in rural Somali: A focus on women
Social Anthropology. Volume 8 #3. p. 295-318.

Periodical articleDinslage, Sabine; Leger, Rudolf; Storch, Anne (2000)
See this publicationSpace and Gender. Cultural Limitations of Space in Two Communities of Northeastern Nigeria
Anthropos. Volume 95 #1. p. 121-127.

Book chapterDunbar, R.A. (2000)
Muslim women in African history
In: The history of Islam in Africa. p. 397-417.

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