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BookBivins, Mary W. (2007)
Telling Stories, Making Histories: Women, Words, and Islam in Nineteenth-Century Hausaland and the Sokoto Caliphate
Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann. Social History in Africa Series. 192p.

Conference paperBoddy, Janice (2007)
Why Do They Cling to Superstition? British Images of Islam and Women's Culture in Colonial Sudan
Paper presented at the 2007 Annual Meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 17-20, 2007, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Tucson.

Periodical articleBonate, Liazzat J.K. (2006)
See this publicationMatriliny, Islam and Gender in Northern Mozambique
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 36 #2. p. 139-166.

BookCortese, Delia; Calderini, Simonetta (2006)
Women and the Fatimids in the World of Islam
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 269p.

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 articleSadiqi, Fatima (2006)
The Impact of Islamization on Moroccan Feminisms
Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society. Volume 32 #1.

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 chapterLovejoy, Paul E. (2005)
Concubinage in an Islamic Society
In: Lovejoy, Paul E. Slavery, Commerce and Production in the Sokoto Caliphate of West Africa. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press.

Periodical articleSeferdjeli, Ryme (2005)
The French Army and Muslim Women during the Algerian War (1954-62)
Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and the Islamic World. Volume 3 #1. p. 40-79.

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.

Periodical articleBoyd, Jean; Lammers, Mirjam (2004)
Anti-Islamic Press Bias, a Prime Example from the Netherlands Involving Contemporary Muslim Women and a 19th Century Nigerian Scholar (Nana Asma'u)
Maghreb Review. Volume 29 #1-4. p. 186-196.

Book chapterDodd, Hannah (2004)
Urban Women in Early Islamic Morocco
In: Benco, Nancy L. (ed.). Anatomy of a Medieval Islamic Town: Al-Basra, Morocco. Oxford: Archaeopress. BAR International Series #1234. p. 69-78.

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.

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.

Periodical articleCooper, Barbara M. (2003)
See this publicationAnatomy of a Riot: The Social Imaginary, Single Women, and Religious Violence in Niger
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 37 #2-3. p. 467-512.

BookDaure-Serfaty, Christine (2003)
Letter from Morocco
East Lansing: Michigan State University Press. 132p.

BookEberhardt, Isabelle (Swiss)(1877-1904) (2003)
In the Shadow of Islam
London: Peter Owen. 120p.

Conference paperKasim, Mohamed (2003)
Women and Islamic Law: The Sijile of Brava (1893-1900)
Paper presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), October 30-November 2, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts. New Brunswick, New Jersey. Rutgers University.

Conference paperLydon, Ghislaine (2003)
The Qadi of Nadr as a Go-Between: Islamic Law, Divorce and Intermediating in Colonial Senegal
Paper presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association (ASA), October 30-November 2, 2003, Boston, Massachusetts. New Brunswick, New Jersey. Rutgers University.

Periodical articlePierce, Steven (2003)
See this publicationFarmers and 'Prostitutes;: Twentieth-Century Problems and Female Inheritance in Kano Emirate, Nigeria
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 44 #3. November. p. 463-486.

Periodical articleVahed, Goolam (2003)
Muslim Marriages in South Africa: The Limitations and Legacy of the Indian Relief Act of 1914
Abstract presentJournal of Natal and Zulu History. Volume 21. p. 1-40.

BookBergstrom, Kari (2002)
Legacies of Colonialism and Islam for Hausa Women: An Historical Analysis, 1804 to 1960
East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University. Office of Women in International Development, Working Paper #276. October.

Book chapterBooth, Marilyn (2002)
Infamous Women and Famous Wombs: Biography, Gender, and Islamist Concepts of Community in Contemporary Egypt
In: Fay, Mary Ann (ed.). Auto/Biography and the Construction of Identity and Community in the Middle East. New York: Palgrave.

Periodical articleGŁnther, 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 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.

Periodical articleKassim, Mohamed (2002)
'Dhikr Will Echo from All Corners': Dada Masiti and the Transmission of Islamic Knowledge
Bildhaan: An International Journal of Somali Studies. Volume 2. p. 104-120.

Periodical articleBooth, Marilyn (2001)
See this publicationWoman in Islam: Men and the 'Women's Press' in Turn-of-the-Century Egypt
International Journal of Middle East Studies. Volume 33 #2. May. p. 171-201.

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.

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 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.

Book chapterDunbar, Roberta A. (2000)
Muslim Women in African History
In: Levtzion, Nehemia and Pouwels, Randall L. (eds.). The History of Islam in Africa. Athens, Ohio/Oxford/Cape Town: Ohio University Press/James Currey/David Philip.

Book chapterStearns, Peter N. (2000)
Islamic Standards Outside the Heartland: Changes and Continuities in India and Sub-Saharan Africa
In: Stearns, Peter. Gender in World History. London/New York: Routledge.

Periodical articleHutson, Alaine S. (1999)
See this publicationThe Development of Women's Authority in the Kano Tijaniyya, 1894-1963
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 46 #3-4. Summer/Fall. p. 43-64.

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 articleRicks, I.P. (1999)
Islamic Crusades in North Africa and Their Impact on Female Human Capital Development in Egypt and Sudan
Mediterranean Quarterly. Volume 10 #1. p. 116-131.

BookSchneppen, Heinz (1999)
Sayyida Salme/Emily Ruete: Between Zanzibar and Germany, between Islam and Christianity
Occasional Paper #12. Dar es Salaam: National Museums of Tanzania. 25p.

Book chapterClancy-Smith, Julia (1998)
Islam, Gender, and Identities in the Making of French Algeria, 1830-1962
In: Clancy-Smith, Julia and Gouda, Frances (eds.). Domesticating the Empire: Race, Gender, and Family Life in French and Dutch Colonialism. Charlottesville, Virginia: University Press of Virginia.

Conference paperKapteijns, Lidwien E. (1998)
Gender Matters: Studying the History of Islam in the Horn of 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 articleKapteijns, Lidwien E.M. (1998)
See this publicationNew Studies of Women, Gender and Islam: Contextualizing and Historicizing Muslim Women's Lives
Canadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 32 #3. p. 586-593.

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

Periodical articleLayish, Aharon (1997)
See this publicationThe Legal Methodology of the Mahdi of Sudan, 1881-1885: Issues in Marriage and Divorce
Abstract presentSudanic Africa. Volume 8. p. 37-66.

Book chapterBoyd, Jean; Mack, Beverly B. (1996)
Women's Islamic Literature in Northern Nigeria, 150 Years of Tradition
In: Harrow, Kenneth W. (ed.). The Marabout and the Muse: New Aspects of Islam in African Literature. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Heinemann.

Periodical articleNast, Heidi J. (1996)
Islam, Gender, and Slavery in West Africa Circa 1500: A Spatial Archaeology of the Kano Palace, Northern Nigeria
Annals of the Association of American Geographers. Volume 86 #1. March. p. 44-77.

Periodical articleSikainga, Ahmad A. (1995)
See this publicationShari'a Courts and the Manumission of Female Slaves in the Sudan, 1898-1939
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 28 #1. p. 1-24.

Periodical articleSpaulding, Jay (1995)
See this publicationMedieval Christian Nubia and the Islamic World: A Reconsideration of the Baqt Treaty
Abstract presentInternational Journal of African Historical Studies. Volume 28 #3. p. 577-594.

Periodical articleCooper, Barbara M. (1994)
See this publicationReflections on Slavery, Seclusion and Female Labor in the Maradi Region of Niger in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 35 #1. p. 61-78.

Periodical articleMerritt, Nikki (1994)
See this publicationNana Asma'u, Her Elegies and the Possibility of 'Insider Alternatives'
Abstract presentAfrican Languages and Cultures. Volume 7 #2. p. 91-99.

Conference paperNast, Heidi J. (1993)
Islam, Gender and Slavery in West Africa c.1500: A Spatial Archaeology of the Kano Palace
Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), December 4-7, 1993, Boston, Massachusetts. Atlanta. Emory University.

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.

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.

Conference paperHannouche, Dalila (1991)
Sexuality in Early Islam: A Re-Staging of the Issues?
Paper presented at the 34th Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 23-26, 1991, St. Louis, Missouri. Atlanta. Emory University.

BookBoyd, Jean (1989)
The Caliph's Sister: Nana Asma'u 1793-1865: Teacher Poet and Islamic Leader
London: Frank Cass. 164p.

Conference paperZuhur, Sherifa D. (1988)
Islamic Oppositionist Views on Women in Egypt: Flexibility and Idealization in Historical Context
Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA), November 2-5, 1988, Beverly Hills, California. Tucson. University of Arizona.

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.

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.

BookMusallam, B.F. (1986)
Sex and Society in Islam: Birth Control before the Nineteenth Century
New York: Cambridge University Press. 176p.

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