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Dissertation / thesisMillet, Denna K. (2006)
Education and Women's Political Empowerment in Diverse Islamic Socio-Political Contexts: A Comparative Study of Egypt and Iran
Honors Thesis: Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota. 109p.

Periodical articleRausch, Margaret (2006)
See this publicationIshelhin Women Transmitters of Islamic Knowledge and Culture in Southwestern Morocco
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 11 #2. June. p. 173-192.

Periodical articleBelhachmi, Zakia (2004)
See this publicationAl-salafiyya, Feminism, and Reforms in the Nineteenth-Century Arab-Islamic Society
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 9 #4. Winter. p. 63-90.

Book chapterGoodridge, Richard A. (2004)
Islam, Gender and Education in Colonial Cameroon to 1961
In: Goodridge, Richard A. (ed.). Caribbean Perspectives on African History and Culture. St. Michael, Barbados: University of the West Indies, Department of History and Philosophy.

Conference paperHerrera, Linda (2004)
A Girls' Game? Egyptian Education between Globalization and Islamization
Paper presented at the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Atlanta, Georgia, December 15-19, 2004. Washington, DC.

Periodical articleMack, Beverly B. (2004)
Muslim Women's Educational Activities in the Maghreb: Investigating and Redefining Scholarship in Northern Nigeria and Morocco
Maghreb Review. Volume 29 #1-4. p. 165-185.

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.

Periodical articleWas, Adam (2004)
Aspects of Islamic Education in Kenya
Verbum SVD. Volume 45 #3. p. 257-271.

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 articleWillemse, Karin (2001)
See this publication'A Room of One's Own': Single Female Teachers Negotiating the Islamist Discourse in Sudan
Northeast African Studies. Volume 8 #3. p. 99-128.

Book chapterWerthmann, Katja (2000)
Seek for Knowledge, Even if it is in China!' Muslim Women and Secular Education in Northern Nigeria
In: Salter, Thomas and King, Kenneth (eds.). Africa, Islam and Development: Islam and Development in Africa - African Islam, African Development. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, Centre of African Studies. p. 253-270.

Conference paperHadari, Zeinabou (1999)
Quranic-Based Literacy and Islamic Education: A Basis for Female Empowerment in Niger
Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 1999, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Conference paperDunbar, Roberta A. (1998)
Gender and Islamic Studies in Africa
Paper presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), October 29-November 1, 1998, Chicago, Illinois. New Brunswick, New Jersey. Rutgers University.

Periodical articleHasan, Idris Salim al- (1995)
Gender Religious Experience: Women and Quranic Schools in Eastern Sudan
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 11 #1. January. p. 1-20.

Book chapterIssa, R.A. (1995)
Obstacles to Muslim Female Education in Kenya
In: Bakari, Mohamed and Yahya, Saad S. (eds.). Islam in Kenya. Proceedings of the National Seminar on Contemporary Islam in Kenya. Nairobi: Muslim Educational and Welfare Association (MEWA).

Dissertation / thesisLawson, Fatima T. (1995)
Islamic Fundamentalism and Continuing Education for Hausa Muslim Women in Northern Nigeria
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 239p.

Periodical articleMalik, Lynda P. (1995)
Social and Cultural Determinants of the Gender Gap in Higher Education in the Islamic World
Journal of Asian and African Studies. Volume 30 #3-4. December. p. 181-193.

Periodical articleAdamu, Muhammad (1993)
The Muslim Woman and Technical Education in Nigeria
Islamic Quarterly. Volume 37 #4. 4th Quarter. p. 287-290.

Conference paperDuany, Julia A. (1993)
The Effects of Islamic Traditions on Women's Education in the Sudan
Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 4-7, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts. Atlanta. Emory University.

Conference paperPorter, Mary A. (1993)
Islamic Men and Secular Women? Forms of Swahili Knowledge in Educational Discourses
Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 4-7, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts. Atlanta. Emory University.

BookTjomsland, Marit (1993)
'The Educated Way of Thinking': Individualisation and Islamism in Tunisia
Bergen, Germany: Michelsens Institute. Fantoft, Norway: Chr. Michelsen Institute. Department of Social Science and Development. Working Paper D 1993:2. April. 15p.

Dissertation / thesisHorber, Monica (1992)
The Impact of Islam on Women's Education in Egypt
M.A. Thesis: University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Book chapterBerkey, J.P. (1991)
Women and Islamic Education in the Mamluk Period
In: Keddie, Nikki R. and Baron, Beth A. (eds.). Women in Middle Eastern History: Shifting Boundaries in Sex and Gender. New Haven: Yale University Press. p. 143-159.

Periodical articleCreevey, Lucy E. (1991)
See this publicationThe Impact of Islam on Women in Senegal
Abstract presentJournal of Developing Areas. Volume 25 #3. April. p. 347-368.

Periodical articleFaust, Kimberly A.; Bach, Rebecca; Gadalla, Saad M.; Khattab, Hind A.S.; Gulick, John (1991)
Mass Education Islamic Revival and the Population Problem in Egypt
Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Volume 22 #3. Autumn. p. 329-341.

Periodical articleGruenbaum, Ellen P. (1991)
See this publicationThe 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.

Book chapterSong, Hammawa A. (1991)
Contribution of Learned Women to Islamic Education in the 20th Century: A Case Study of Goggo Zaitinu in Fombina
In: University of Maiduguri, Centre for Trans-Saharan Studies. Papers Presented to Conference on the Impact of the Ulama in Central Bilad-al-Sudan. Maiduguri, Nigeria: University of Maiduguri, Centre for Trans-Saharan Studies.

Periodical articleWamahiu, Sheila P. (1990)
The Education of Girls and Women: The Islamic Perspective
BERC (Basic Education Resource Centre) Bulletin. #18. February. p. 12-18.

Book chapterOkunnu, Latifa (1988)
The Importance of Women Education to Proper Growth of Islam
In: Abdullahi, Ramatu (ed.). Muslim Woman: Challenges of the 15th Hijra. Ilorin/Lagos: Woye and Sons/Islamio Publications.

Periodical articleAta, A.W. (1987)
The Impact of Westernising and Other Factors in the Changing Status of Muslim Women
Islamic Quarterly. Volume 31 #1. 1st Quarter. p. 38-56.

BookCallaway, Barbara J. (1987)
Muslim Hausa Women in Nigeria: Tradition and Change
Abstract presentSyracuse: Syracuse University Press. 242p.

Periodical articleRashad, Hoda (1987)
Demographic Characteristics of Women in Islamic Countries
Population Sciences. Volume 7. p. 31-56.

Book chapterAllam, Etimad M. (1986)
Egypt: Islam Women's Industrial Work Patterns and Male Labour Shortages
In: United Nations. Economic Commission For Africa (ECA). Women and the Industrial Development Decade in Africa. Addis Ababa: UNECA. African Training and Research Centre for Women. p. 23-58.

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