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Periodical articleRenne, Elisha P. (2012)
See this publicationEducating Muslim women and the Izala movement in Zaria city, Nigeria
Abstract presentIslamic Africa. Volume 3 #1. p. 55-86.

Book chapterMack, Beverly (2011)
Muslim women's knowledge production in the greater Maghreb: the example of Nana Asma'u of Northern Nigeria
In: Gender and Islam in Africa: rights, sexuality, and law. p. 17-40.

Periodical articleClough, Paul (2009)
See this publicationThe impact of rural political economy on gender relations in Islamizing Hausaland, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 79 #4. p. 595-613.

BookGaudio, Rudolf Pell (2009)
Allah made us: sexual outlaws in an Islamic African city
Abstract presentChichester, West Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell. New directions in ethnography #3. 237p.

BookBivins, Mary Wren (2007)
Telling stories, making histories: women, words, and Islam in nineteenth-century Hausaland and the Sokoto Caliphate
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann. Social history of Africa. 192p.

Periodical articleEwu, Jumai (2007)
Crossing the 'Zaure': theatre for development and women's empowerment in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Performance Review. Volume 1 #2-3. p. 75-97.

Dissertation / thesisMahdi, Hauwa (2006)
Gender and citizenship: Hausa women's political identity from the caliphate to the protectorate
Göteborg: University of Göteborg. Avhandlingar frĺn Historiska Institutionen vid Göteborgs Universitet #46. 340p.

Periodical articlePereira, Charmaine (2005)
See this publication'Zina' and Transgressive Heterosexuality in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #5. p. 52-79.

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.

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.

BookMack, Beverly B. (2004)
Muslim women sing: Hausa popular song
Bloomington: Indiana University Press. African expressive cultures. 302p.

Periodical articlePlatte, Editha (2004)
See this publicationTowards an African Modernity: Plastic Pots and Enamel Ware in Kanuri-Women's Rooms (Northern Nigeria)
Paideuma. Volume 50. p. 173-192.

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

Conference paperEzeilo, Joy Ngozi; Ladan, Muhammed Tawfiq; Afolabi-Akiyode, Abiola (eds.) (2003)
Shari'a implementation in Nigeria: issues & challenges on women's rights and access to justice
Abstract presentEnugu: Women's Aid Collective. 277p.

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 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.

Periodical articleAlidou, Ousseina (2002)
See this publicationGender, narrative space, and modern Hausa literature
Abstract presentResearch in African Literatures. Volume 33 #2. p. 137-153.

Periodical articleGambo, Danjuma I-Mets (2002)
The role of the media in the protection and advancement of women's rights in north eastern Nigeria
Annals of Borno. Volume 19-20. p. 41-51.

Periodical articleMburza, Ali (2002)
Relationship between gender and occupational choice of senior secondary school students in Borno State
Annals of Borno. Volume 19-20. p. 84-88.

Periodical articleUdomisor, I.W. (2002)
Women liberation and rural empowerment: the role of radio in the north-east region of Nigeria
Annals of Borno. Volume 19-20. p. 52-66.

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 articleBadejo, O.O. (2000)
Interaction of some socio-economic determinants of women education in Yobe State
Abstract presentAnnals of Borno. Volume 17-18. p. 47-56.

Periodical articleDüking, Birte (2000)
See this publicationStatus femminile e consuetudine islamica: l'istituzione della 'kulle' nella Nigeria settentrionale
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 55 #3. p. 338-362.

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.

BookBadamasiuy, Juwayriya Bint (1998)
Status and role of women under the Shari'ah
Kaduna: Zakara. 72p.

Book chapterAbdullah, Hussaina (1997)
Multiple Identities and Multiple Organizing Strategies of Female Wage Workers in Kano's Manufacturing Sector
Abstract presentIn: Transforming female identities: women's organizational forms in West Africa. p. 54-66.

Periodical articleUsman, Hajara (1997)
See this publicationReproductive Health and Rights: The Case of Northern Nigerian Hausa Women
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 22 #1. p. 79-94.

Dissertation / thesisWerthmann, Katja (1997)
Nachbarinnen: die Alltagswelt muslimischer Frauen in einer nigerianischen Großstadt
Abstract presentFrankfurt am Main: Brandes und Apsel. Wissen & Praxis #75. 255p.

Periodical articleKassam, Margaret Hauwa (1996)
See this publicationSome Aspects of Women's Voices from Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Languages and Cultures. Volume 9 #2. p. 111-125.

Periodical articleMalami, Hussaini U. (1996)
See this publicationThe Unaccounted Contribution of Nigerian Women to the National Economy
Abstract presentJournal of Muslim Minority Affairs. Volume 16 #2. July. p. 279-286.

Conference paperPlanned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria (1996)
Islamic legacy for women's rights, health and concerns: workshop report
Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria. 60p.

BookGusau, Sule Ahmed (ed.) (1995)
Perspectives on purdah, working women and family planning in Islam
Abstract presentSokoto: Usmanu Danfodiyo University Press. 136p.

Periodical articleIke, Chris A.; Twumasi-Ankrah, Kwaku (1995)
Issues in women's education, health, and nutrition: a Nigerian observation
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 11 #1-2. p. 16-26.

Book chapterVerEecke, Catherine (1995)
Muslim women traders of Northern Nigeria: Perspectives from the city of Yola
Abstract presentIn: House-Midamba, B.; Ekechi, F.K. (eds.), African market women and economic power: The role of women in African economic development. Westport: Greenwood Press. p. 59-79.

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

Periodical articleChaibou, Elhadji O. (1994)
Marriage, Tradition, and Womanhood in Hausa Society: Women's Perspectives
Abstract presentUfahamu. Volume 22 #3. p. 63-76.

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.

Periodical articleNast, Heidi J. (1994)
See this publicationThe Impact of British Imperialism on the Landscape of Female Slavery in the Kano Palace, Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 64 #1. p. 34-73.

Periodical articleSolivetti, Luigi M. (1994)
See this publicationFamily, Marriage and Divorce in a Hausa Community: A Sociological Model
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 64 #2. p. 252-271.

Periodical articleKriger, Colleen (1993)
See this publicationTextile Production and Gender in the Sokoto Caliphate
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 34 #3. p. 361-401.

Periodical articleVerEecke, Catherine (1993)
See this publicationBetter Life for Women in Nigeria: Problems, Prospects, and Politics of a New National Women's Program
Abstract presentAfrican Study Monographs. Volume 14 #2. p. 79-95.

Book chapterMack, Beverly B. (1992)
Women and Slavery in Nineteenth Century Hausaland
Abstract present

Periodical articlePittin, Rene (1991)
See this publicationWomen, Work and Ideology in Nigeria
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 18 #52. November. p. 38-52.

Periodical articleBadejo, Oluyemisi O. (1990)
Sex-based teacher classroom-behaviour in sub-Saharan Africa: a case study of Borno secondary schools (Nigeria)
Abstract presentAfrikanistische Arbeitspapiere: Schriftenreihe des Kölner Instituts für Afrikanistik. #21. p. 123-137.

Periodical articleImam, Ayesha M. (1990)
See this publicationGender Analysis and African Social Sciences in the 1990s
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 15 #3-4. p. 241-257.

BookKoster, Rimkje (1990)
Hausa vrouwen en Islam: islamisering van de Hausastaten in de negentiende eeuw en de plaats van islamitische huwelijksinstituties in de samenleving van Hausa groeperingen in Nigeria
Abstract presentLeiden: Rijksuniversiteit Leiden, Onderzoek en Dokumentatie Centrum Vrouwen en Autonomie (VENA). VENA working papers #90-3. 77p.

Periodical articlePittin, Renee (1990)
See this publicationSelective Education: Issues of Gender, Class and Ideology in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 17 #48. Autumn. p. 7-25.

Periodical articleSmith, Michael G.; Smith, Mary F. (1990)
See this publicationKyanship and Kinship among the Tarok
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 60 #2. p. 242-269.

Periodical articleYamaguchi, Masao (1990)
The cosmological position of women in two societies: the case of the Lio and the Jukun
Abstract presentJournal of Asian and African Studies (Tokyo). #39. p. 1-12.

Periodical articleLovejoy, Paul E. (1988)
See this publicationConcubinage and the Status of Women Slaves in Early Colonial Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 29 #2. p. 245-266.

Periodical articleVereecke, C. (1987)
From pasture to purdah: the transformation of women's roles among the Adamawa Fulbe
Abstract presentAnnals of Borno. Volume 4. p. 113-134.

Periodical articleLonghurst, Richard (1986)
See this publicationHousehold Food Strategies in Response to Seasonality and Famine
Abstract presentIDS Bulletin. Volume 17 #3. p. 27-35.

Periodical articleBoyd, Jean; Last, Murray (1985)
See this publicationThe Role of Women as 'Agents Religieux' in Sokoto
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 19 #2. p. 283-300.

BookJackson, Cecile (1985)
The Kano River Irrigation Project
Abstract presentWest Hartford, Conn: Kumarian Press. Women's roles & gender differences in development #4. 66p.

Periodical articleTibenderana, Peter K. (1985)
See this publicationThe Beginnings of Girls' Education in the Native Administration Schools in Northern Nigeria, 1930-1945
Abstract presentThe Journal of African History. Volume 26 #1. p. 93-109.

Periodical articleCallaway, Barbara J. (1984)
See this publicationAmbiguous Consequences of the Socialisation and Seclusion of Hausa Women
Abstract presentJournal of Modern African Studies. Volume 22 #3. September. p. 429-450.

Periodical articlePittin, Renee (1984)
See this publicationGender and Class in a Nigerian Industrial Setting
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 11 #31. p. 71-81.

Periodical articleCobbald, E. (1983)
Muslim Hausa women in northern Nigeria: an annotated bibliography
Abstract presentAfrican Research and Documentation. #32. p. 22-29.

Periodical articleKleis, Gerald W.; Abdullahi, Salisu A. (1983)
Masculine Power and Gender Ambiguity in Urban Hausa Society
Abstract presentAfrican Urban Studies. Volume 16. Spring. p. 39-53.

BookColes, C.M. (1982)
Urban Muslim women and social change in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentLos Angeles, CA: African studies association. 24p.

Periodical articleMack, Beverly B. (1981)
Hausa women poets: ghost writers
Abstract presentBa Shiru. Volume 12 #2. p. 36-50.

Periodical articleSalamone, Frank A. (1981)
Levirate, widows, and types of marriage among the Dukawa of northern Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrika und Übersee: Sprachen, Kulturen. Volume 64 #1. p. 129-136.

Conference paperHendrixson, Joyce (1980)
Islam and the changing position of women in Sokoto: appearance and reality
Abstract presentWaltham, MA: African Studies Association. 26p.

Periodical articleKisekka, Mere N. (1980)
Marital and Familial Patterns in Zaria, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfricana Marburgensia. Volume 13 #2. p. 42-50.

Conference paperPittin, R. (1979)
Hausa women and Islamic law: is reform necessary?
Abstract presentWaltham, MA: African Studies Association. 20p.

Periodical articleJackson, Sam (1978)
See this publicationHausa Women on Strike
Abstract presentReview of African Political Economy. Volume 5 #13. May-August. p. 21-36.

Periodical articleBarkow, Jerome H. (1972)
See this publicationHausa Women and Islam
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 6 #2. p. 317-328.

Periodical articleBarkow, J.H. (1971)
The institution of courtesanship in the northern states of Nigeria
Abstract presentGenčve-Afrique: acta africana. Volume 10 #1. p. 58-73.

Periodical articleMayo, Marjorie (1969)
See this publicationTwo steps forward, one step back
Abstract presentThe Community Development Journal: An International Journal for Community Workers. Volume 4 #2. p. 93-98.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1958)
Some problems of girls' education in Northern Nigeria
Abstract presentOversea Education. Volume 30 #2. p. 73-79.

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