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Periodical articleArcher, Brad (2007)
See this documentFamily Law Reform and the Feminist Debate: Actually-Existing Islamic Feminism in the Maghreb and Malaysia
Journal of International Women's Studies. Volume 8 #4. May. p. 49-59.

Periodical articleBayat, A. (2007)
See this documentA Women's Non-Movement: What it Means to be a Woman Activist in an Islamic State
Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Volume 27 #1. p. 160-172.

Book chapterLabidi, Lilia (2007)
Islamic Law, Feminism, and Family: The Reformulation of Hudud in Egypt and Tunisia
In: Moghadam, Valentine M. (ed.). From Patriarchy to Empowerment: Women's Participation, Movements, and Rights in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

Periodical articleSieveking, Nadine (2007)
'We Don't Want Equality; We Want to be Given Our Rights': Muslim Women Negotiating Global Development Concepts in Senegal
Abstract presentAfrika Spectrum. Volume 42 #1. p. 29-48.

Periodical articleEzeilo, Joy (2006)
Feminism and Islamic Fundamentalism: Some Perspectives from Nigeria and beyond
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Volume 32 #1.

Periodical articleHunter, Eva (2006)
See this documentFeminism, Islam and the modern Moroccan woman in the works of Leila Abouzeid
African Studies. Volume 65 #2. December. p. 139-155.

Periodical articleJeenah, Na'eem (2006)
The National Liberation Struggle and Islamic Feminisms in South Africa
Women's Studies International Forum. Volume 29 #1. January-February. p. 27-41.

Periodical articleRamirez, Angeles (2006)
Other Feminisms? Muslim Associations and Women's Participation in Morocco
Etnográfica. Volume 10 #1. p. 107-119.

Book chapterEl Quahabi, Amina L. (2005)
The Women's Movement in Morocco and the Project of Reforming the Code for Personal Status Law, Moudawana-Islamic Law
In: Othman, Norani (ed.). Muslim Women and the Challenge of Islamic Extremism. Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Sisters in Islam.

Book chapterHatem, Mervat F. (2005)
The History of the Discourses on Gender and Islamism in Contemporary Egypt (1980-1990)
In: Sonbol, Amira E. (ed.). Beyond the Exotic: Women's Histories in Islamic Societies. Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press.

Book chapterKhafagy, Fatma (2005)
The Challenge of Fundamentalist Muslim Movements and Women's Rights in Egypt
In: Othman, Norani (ed.). Muslim Women and the Challenge of Islamic Extremism. Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Sisters in Islam.

BookMahmood, Saba (2005)
Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 233p.

Periodical articleMashhour, Amira (2005)
Islamic Law and Gender Equality: Could There be a Common Ground? A Study of Divorce and Polygamy in Sharia Law and Contemporary Legislation in Tunisia and Egypt
Human Rights Quarterly. Volume 27 #2. May. p. 562-596.

Dissertation / thesisSalime, Zakia (2005)
Between Islam and Feminism: New Political Transformations and Movements in Morocco
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. 183p.

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

BookHafez, Sherine (2003)
The Terms of Empowerment: Islamic Women Activists in Egypt
Cairo: American University in Cairo Press. Cairo Papers in Social Science #24. Monograph #4. 114p.

Book chapterKaram, Azza M. (2002)
Islamisms and Feminism in Egypt: Three Genderations of Women's Perspectives
In: Bacchetta, P. and Power, Margaret (eds.). Right-Wing Women: From Conservatives to Extremists Around the World. New York: Routledge.

Dissertation / thesisKimrey, Catherine W. (2002)
The Islamic Women Issue in Egypt and Iran
M.A. Thesis: University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina. 83p.

Dissertation / thesisSemley, Lorelle D. (2002)
Ketu Identities: Islam, Gender, and French Colonialism in West Africa, 1850s-1960s
Ph.D. dissertation: Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 322p.

Periodical articleWhitsitt, Novian (2002)
See this documentIslamic-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.

Dissertation / thesisWhitsitt, Novian L. (2002)
Kano Market Literature and the Construction of Hausa-Islamic Feminism: A Contrast in Feminist Perspectives of Balaraba Ramat Yakubu and Bilkisu Ahmed Funtuwa
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, Wisconsin. 179p.

Periodical articleHale, Sondra (2001)
See this documentAlienation 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 articleLatha, Rizwana Habib (2001)
See this documentFeminisms in an African context: Mariama Bâ's 'So long a letter'
Abstract presentAgenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #50. p. 23-40.

Periodical articleWillemse, Karin (2001)
See this document'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 chapterBadran, Margot (2000)
Competing Agenda: Feminists, Islam and the State in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Egypt
In: Smith, Bonnie G. (ed.). Global Feminisms Since 1945: A Survey of Issues and Controversies. London/New York: Routledge. p. 13-44.

Dissertation / thesisBelhachmi, Zakia (2000)
Al-Sa'dawi's and Mernissi's Feminist Knowledge With/in the History, Education and Science of the Arab-Islamic Culture
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 384p.

Periodical articleAdamu, Fatima L. (1999)
See this documentA Double-Edged Sword: Challenging Women's Oppression within Muslim Society in Northern Nigeria
Gender and Development. Volume 7 #1. March. p. 56-61.

BookAfsaruddin, Asma and Ameri, Anan (eds.) (1999)
Hermeneutics and Honor: Negotiating Female 'Public' Space in Islamic/ate Societies
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press. Harvard Middle Eastern Monographs. #32. 222p.

BookAhmed, Leila (1999)
A border passage: from Cairo to America, a woman's journey
New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 307p.

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.

BookLawyers Committee for Human Rights (1999)
Islam and Equality: Debating the Future of Women's and Minority Rights in the Middle East and North Africa
New York: Lawyers Committee for Human Rights. February. 207p.

Dissertation / thesisMeyerson-Knox, Sonya E. (1999)
Getting beyond the Veil: Female Islamic Activists and Their Historical Contexts
Undergraduate Honors Thesis: Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts.

Periodical articleShaham, R. (1999)
State, Feminists and Islamists: The Debate Over Stipulation in Marriage Contracts in Egypt
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies. Volume 62 #3. p. 462-483.

Book chapterAbu-Lughod, Lila (1998)
The Marriage of Feminism and Islamism in Egypt: Selective Repudiation as a Dynamic of Postcolonial Cultural Politics
In: Abu-Lughod, Lila (ed.). Remaking Women: Feminism and Modernity in the Middle East. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. p. 243-269.

BookEsposito, John L. and Haddad, Yvonne Y. (1998)
Islam, Gender and Social Change
New York: Oxford University Press. 259p.

BookMessaoudi, Khalida and Schemla, Elisabeth (1998)
Unbowed: An Algerian Woman Confronts Islamic Fundamentalism
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 166p.

Periodical articleReynolds, Jonathan T. (1998)
See this documentIslam, Politics and Women's Rights
Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Volume 18 #1. p. 64-73.

Periodical articleCharrad, Mounira M. (1997)
Policy Shifts: State, Islam, and Gender in Tunisia, 1930s-1990s
Social Politics. Volume 4 #2. p. 284-319.

Conference paperKabeberi-Mucharia, Janet (1997)
Asserting Their Rights: African Women and Islamic Women in East Africa
Paper presented at the 40th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 13-16, 1997, Columbus, Ohio. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

BookKaram, Azza M. (1997)
Women, Islamisms, and State: Contemporary Feminisms in Egypt
New York: St. Martin's Press. 284p.

BookHale, Sondra (1996)
Gender Politics in Sudan: Islamism, Socialism, and the State
Abstract presentBoulder, CO: Westview Press. 294p.

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.

BookBadran, Margot (1995)
Feminists, Islam, and Nation: Gender and the Making of Modern Egypt
Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. 352p.

Periodical articleSikainga, Ahmad A. (1995)
See this documentShari'a Courts and the Manumission of Female Slaves in the Sudan
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 28 #1. p. 1-24.

Periodical articleBaffoun, Alya (1994)
See this documentFeminism and Muslim Fundamentalism: The Tunisian and Algerian Cases
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 19 #2. p. 5-20.

Book chapterThomas-Emeagwali, Gloria (1994)
Islam and Gender: The Nigerian Case
In: El-Solh, Camillia F. and Mabro, Judy (eds.). Muslim Women's Choices: Religious Belief and Social Reality. Providence, Rhode Island: Berg.

Book chapterBadran, Margot (1993)
Gender Activism: Feminists and Islamists in Egypt
In: Moghadam, Valentine M. (ed.). Identity Politics and Women: Cultural Reassertions and Feminisms in International Perspective. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

Book chapterImam, Ayesha M-T. (1993)
Politics, Islam, and Women in Kano, Northern Nigeria
In: Moghadam, Valentine M. (ed.). Identity Politics and Women: Cultural Reassertions and Feminisms in International Perspectives. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press. p. 123-144.

Book chapterMervat, Hatem (1993)
Toward the Development of Post-Islamist and Post-Nationalist Feminist Discourses in the Middle East
In: Tucker, Judith (ed.). Arab Women: Old Boundaries, New Frontiers. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Book chapterCheriet, Boutheina (1992)
Islamism and Feminism: Algeria's 'Rites of Passage' to Democracy
In: Entelis, John P. and Naylor, Phillip C. (eds.). State and Society in Algeria. Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press.

Book chapterBadran, Margot (1991)
Competing Agenda: Feminists, Islam and the State in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Egypt
In: Kandiyoti, Deniz (ed.). Women, Islam, and the State. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

BookBehrman, Jere R. (1991)
Framework for Analysis of Female Paid Labor Supply in Islamic EMEMA Countries
Williamstown, Massachusetts: Williams College, Center for Development Economics. 68p.

Dissertation / thesisHicks, Steven (1989)
Behind the Veil: Islamic Activism and Social Change in Modern Egypt
M.A. Thesis: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada.

Book chapterSulaiman, Ibrahim (1988)
Muslim Women and Contemporary Challenges
In: Abdullahi, Ramatu (ed.). Muslim Woman: Challenges of the 15th Hijra. Ilorin/Lagos: Woye and Sons/Islamio Publications.

Conference paperMusisi, Nakanyike B. (1987)
Transformation of Baganda Women: The Impact of Islam and Christianity
Paper presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), May 7-9, 1987, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

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