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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.

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.

BookWillemse, Karin (2007)
One Foot in Heaven: Narratives on Gender and Islam in Darfur, West-Sudan
Leiden/Boston: Brill. Women and Gender, the Middle East and the Islamic World Series #5. 547p.

Book chapterConway-Long, Don (2006)
Gender, Power and Social Change in Morocco
In: Ouzgane, Lahoucine (ed.). Islamic Masculinities. London/New York: Zed Books. p. 145-160.

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

Book chapterBernal, Victoria (2005)
Gender, Culture and Capitalism: Women and the Remaking of Islamic 'Tradition' in a Sudanese Village
In: Cornwall, Andrea (ed.). Readings in Gender in Africa. Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. p. 164-177.

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.

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 chapterMarcotte, Roxanne D. (2005)
Identity, Power, and the Islamist Discourse on Women: An Exploration of Islamism and Gender Issues in Egypt
In: Johns, Anthony H. and Lahoud, Nelly (eds.). Islam in World Politics. London/New York: Routledge.

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

Periodical articleSeesemann, Rudiger (2005)
Islamism and the Paradox of Secularization: The Case of Islamist Ideas on Women in the Sudan
Sociologus. Volume 55 #1. p. 89-118.

Periodical articleArnfred, Signe (2004)
See this documentTufo Dancing: Muslim Women's Culture in Northern Mozambique
Abstract presentLusotopie. p. 39-65.

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 chapterFluehr-Lobban, Carolyn (2004)
Women and Men in Muslim Societies: Family and Community Relations
In: Fluehr-Lobban, Carolyn. Islamic Societies in Practice. Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida.

Periodical articleLengel, Laura B. (2004)
Performing In/Outside Islam: Music and Gendered Cultural Politics in the Middle East and North Africa
Text and Performance Quarterly. Volume 24 #3-4. July and October. p. 212-232.

Book chapterMcGown, Rema B. (2004)
Transformative Islam and Shifting Gender Roles in the Somali Diaspora
In: Kusow, Abdi (ed.). Putting the art Before the Horse: Contested Nationalism and the Crisis of the Nation-State in Somalia. Trenton, New Jersey: Red Sea Press.

BookNageeb, Salma A. (2004)
New Spaces and Old Frontiers: Women, Social Space, and Islamization in Sudan
Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books. 217p.

Periodical articleOgunbile, David (2004)
Religious Experience and Women Leadership in Nigerian Islam: Alhaja Sheidat Mujidat Adeoye Founder and Leader of the Fadilullah Muslim Mission, Osogbo, Nigeria
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. #6.

Periodical articleOgungbile, David O. (2004)
See this documentReligious 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.

Conference paperSaavedra, Martha (2004)
Islam, Gender, and Sport in Africa
Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the African Studies Association (ASA), November 11-14, 2004, New Orleans, Louisiana. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Dissertation / thesisSesanti, Simphiwe O. (2004)
Burial Practices, African Women, and Islam in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa
M.A. Thesis: University of Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. 28p.

Book chapterNageeb, Salma A. (2003)
Stretching the Horizon: A Gender-Based Perspective on Everyday Life and Practices in the Islamic Sub-Culture of Sudan
In: Stauth, Georg and Bierschenk, Thomas (eds.). Islam in Africa. Munster/London: Lit.

Book chapterAnis, A. (2002)
Moving Boundaries: Forms of Resistance and Women's Solidarity in Islamist Sudan
In: Hasan, Yusuf F. and Gray, Richard (eds.). Religion and Conflict in Sudan. Papers From an International Conference at Yale, May, 1999. Nairobi: Paulines Publications Africa.

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 chapterChristiansen, C.C. (2002)
Women's Islamic Activism: Between Self Practices and Social Reform Efforts
In: Esposito, J.L. and Burgat, F. (eds.). Modernising Islam: Religion in the Public Sphere in Europe and the Middle East. London: Hurst. p. 145-165.

Book chapterElmadmad, Khadija (2002)
Women's Rights Under Islam
In: Benedek, Wolfgang and Kisaakye, Esther M. and Oberleitner, Gerd (eds.). Human Rights of Women: International Instruments and African Experiences. London: Zed.

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 articleHutson, Alaine S. (2001)
Women, Men, and Patriarchal Bargaining in an Islamic Sufi Order: The Tijaniyya in Kano, Nigeria, 1937 to the Present
Gender and Society. Volume 15 #5. p. 734-753.

Periodical articleIizuka, Masato (2001)
Gender Ideology of Islam and Women's Public Participation in North Africa
Senri Ethnological Studies. Volume 55. p. 121-153.

Conference paperClough, Paul (2000)
The Construction of Gender Identities in Islamizing Rural Hausaland, Nigeria
Paper presented at the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). November 15-19, 2000, San Francisco, California. Arlington, Virginia.

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

Conference paperHamdy, Sherine (2000)
'Living in the Age of Sally': Gender Trouble, Islam, and the Egyptian Popular Press
Paper presented at the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). November 15-19, 2000, San Francisco, California. Arlington, Virginia.

Periodical articleLeBlanc, Marie Nathalie (2000)
See this documentVersioning Womanhood and Muslimhood: 'Fashion' and the Life Course in Contemporary Bouaké, Côte d'Ivoire
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 70 #3. p. 442-481.

BookMaina, Newton K. (2000)
The Impact of Islam on Women's Roles in Political Mobilization in Kenya
Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and South Africa (OSSREA). January. 107p.

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 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.

Book chapterAhmed, Sadia M. (1999)
Islam and Development: Opportunities and Constraints for Somali Women
In: Sweetman, Caroline (ed.). Gender, Religion and Spirituality. Oxford, Great Britain: Oxfam.

Periodical articleAhmed, Sadia M. (1999)
See this documentIslam and Development: Opportunities and Constraints for Somali Women
Gender and Development. Volume 7 #1. March. p. 69-72.

Periodical articleAskew, Kelly M. (1999)
See this documentFemale Circles and Male Lines: Gender Dynamics Along the Swahili Coast
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 46 #3-4. Summer/Fall. p. 67-102.

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

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.

Conference paperSherif, Bahira (1999)
State Discourses, Islamicist Visions, and Practical Power: The Role of Agency in the Construction of Gender among Middle Class Muslim Egyptians
Paper presented at the 98th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), Chicago, Illinois, November 17-21, 1999. Arlington, Virginia.

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

BookHirsch, Susan F. (1998)
Pronouncing and Persevering: Gender and Discourses in and African Islamic Court
Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 360p.

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 documentNew 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 articleSanten, J.C.M. van (1998)
See this documentIslam, Gender and Urbanisation among the Mafa of North Cameroon: The Differing Commitment to 'Home' among Muslims and Non-Muslims
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 68 #3. p. 403-424.

Book chapterVan Santen, Josepha C.M. (1998)
Islamisation and Changes in Social Arrangements among the Mafa of North Cameroon
In: Risseeuw, Carla and Ganesh, Kamala (eds.). Negotiation and Social Space: A Gendered Analysis of Changing Kin and Security Networks in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. London: Sage Publications. p. 324-345.

Book chapterAndezian, S. (1997)
The Role of Sufi Women in an Algerian Pilgrimage Ritual
In: Rosander, Eva E. and Westerlund, David (eds.). African Islam and Islam in Africa: Encounters Between Sufis and Islamists. London/Uppsala: Hurst (In Association With the Nordic Institute).

Book chapterBernal, Victoria (1997)
Islam, transnational culture, and modernity in rural Sudan
Abstract presentIn: Grosz-Ngaté, Maria and Kokole, Omari H. (eds.), Gendered Encounters: Challenging Cultural Boundaries and Social Hierarchies in Africa. New York: Routledge. p. 131-151.

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

Periodical articleHoodfar, Homa (1997)
The Impact of Male Migration on Domestic Budgeting: Egyptian Women Striving for an Islamic Budgeting Pattern
Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Volume 28 #2. Summer. p. 73-98.

Periodical articleIbrahim, B. (1997)
Women in Islamic Country - Examples from the Sudan
Bayreuther Geowissenschaftlichce Arbeiten. Volume 16. p. 220-238.

Conference paperSherif, Bahira (1997)
Negotiating Islamic Fundamentalism: Balancing Changing Economic Conditions with the Call for a 'Return' to Traditional Society
Paper presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA), November 19-23, 1997, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

Periodical articleCreevey, Lucy E. (1996)
See this documentIslam, Women and the Role of the State in Senegal
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 26 #3. p. 268-307.

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

Dissertation / thesisSherif, Bahira (1996)
Unveiling the Islamic Family: Concepts of Family: Concepts of Family and Gender among Middle-Class Muslim Egyptians
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 434p.

Periodical articleAl-Hasan, Idris S. (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.

Conference paperBernal, Victoria (1995)
Transnational Culture, Islam, and Gender in Rural Sudan
Paper presented at the 94th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, November 15-19, 1995, Washington, D.C. Arlington, Virginia.

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 articleNiezen, R.W. and Bankson, Barbro (1995)
See this documentWomen of the Jama'a Ansar al-Sunna: Female participation in a West African Islamic reform movement
Canadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 29 #3. p. 403-428.

Book chapterVan Santen, Josepha C.M. (1995)
The Spread of Islam in West Africa and Women, Their Changing Position in a North Cameroonian Town
In: Dijk, K.V. and De Groot, A.M. (eds.). Islam and State. Leiden, Netherlands: CNWS Publications. p. 179-204.

Book chapterVan Santen, Josepha C.M. (1995)
Women and the Spread of Islam in West Africa: Their Changing Position in a North Cameroonian Town
In: Van Dijk, K. and De Groot, A.M. (eds.). Islam and State. Leiden: University of Leiden, Research School of Asian, African and Amerindian Studies (CNWS). p. 179-204.

Periodical articleBernal, Victoria (1994)
Gender, Culture, and Capitalism: Women and the Remaking of Islamic 'Tradition' in a Sudanese Village
Comparative Studies in Society and History. Volume 36 #1. January. p. 36-67.

BookCallaway, Barbara and Creevey, Lucy (1994)
The Heritage of Islam: Women, Religion, and Politics in West Africa
Abstract presentBoulder, CO: Lynne Rienner. 221p.

Book chapterCherifati-Merabtine, Doria (1994)
Algeria at a Crossroads: National Liberation, Islamization and Women
In: Moghadam, Valentine M. (ed.). Gender and National Identity: Women and Politics in Muslim Societies. London/Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Zed Books.

Dissertation / thesisRick, Karen (1994)
Growing Up Female in Islamic Societies
Anthropology Honors Thesis: St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York. 124p.

Periodical articleVerEecke, Catherine (1993)
See this documentIt is Better to Die Than to Be Shamed. Cultural and Moral Dimensions of Women's Trading in an Islamic Nigerian Society
Anthropos. Volume 88 #4-6. p. 403-417.

BookBaden, Sally (1992)
The Position of Women in Islamic Countries: Possibilities, Constraints and Strategies for Change
Brighton, Great Britain: University of Sussex, Institute of Development Studies. 37p.

Conference paperCreevey, Lucy E. (1992)
Islam and Women in the Senegalese State: The Hidden World of Women
Paper presented at the Workshop on Islam and Nationhood, November 12-14, 1992, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut.

Dissertation / thesisKelly, Hilarie A. (1992)
From 'Gada' to Islam: The Moral Authority of Gender Relations among the Pastoral Orma of Kenya
Ph.D. dissertation: University of California, Los Angeles, California. 455p.

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 articleMukherjee, Rina (1992)
An Islamic Deal for West Asian and North African Women: For Better of for Worse
African Currents. Volume 8 #16. October. p. 22-26.

Conference paperHale, Sondra (1988)
The State Islam and the Sexual Division of Labor - Sudan
Paper presented at the 87th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). Washington, DC.

Conference paperHale, Sondra (1988)
State Ideology Islamic Fundamentalism and the Sexual Division of Labor: Marxist-Feminist Anthropological Inquiry - Sudan
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 articleHoly, Ladislav (1988)
See this documentGender and Ritual in an Islamic Society: The Berti of Darfur
Man. Volume 23 #3. September. p. 469-487.

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

Book chapterSanusi, Rabi (1988)
The Role of Muslim Woman in the 15th Century of Hijra
In: Abdullahi, Ramatu (ed.). Muslim Woman: Challenges of the 15th Hijra. Ilorin/Lagos: Woye and Sons/Islamio Publications.

Conference paperVerEecke, Catherine (1988)
Islam and the Politics of Subordination of Women in Northern Nigeria
Paper presented at the 87th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). Washington, DC.

Periodical articleWeeks, John R. (1988)
The Demography of Islamic Countries
Population Bulletin. Volume 43 #4. December.

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

BookFluehr-Lobban, Carolyn (1987)
Islamic Law and Society in the Sudan
Totowa, New Jersey: F. Cass. 320p.

Periodical articleHecht, Elisabeth-Dorothea (1987)
See this documentHarar and Lamu: A Comparison of Two East African Muslim Societies
Abstract presentTransafrican Journal of History. Volume 16. p. 1-23.

Conference paperTurrittin, Jane S. (1987)
Islam and Bambara Beliefs About Gender
Paper presented at the 16th Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), May 7-9, 1987, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.

Conference paperBrown, Beverly B. (1986)
Gender and Islamic Law in Kenya
Paper presented at the 85th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA). Washington, DC.

Book chapterQuimby, L. (1986)
Islam, Sex Roles and Modernization in Bobo-Dioulasso
In: Jules-Rosette, B. (ed.). The New Religions of Africa. Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Corporation. p. 203-218.

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