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BookBruzzi, Sylvia (2018)
Islam and Gender in Colonial Northeast Africa: Sitti 'Alawiyya, the Uncrowned Queen
Abstract presentLeiden: Brill. Islam in Africa #21. 252p.

Periodical articleBruzzi, Sylvia; Zeleke, Meron (2015)
See this publicationContested religious authority: Sufi women in Ethiopia and Eritrea
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 45 #1. p. 37-67.

Periodical articleFrede, Britta (2014)
See this publicationFollowing in the steps of 'A' isha: Hassaniyya-speaking Tijani women as spiritual guides (Muqaddamat) and teaching Islamic scholars (Limrabutat) in Mauritania
Abstract presentIslamic Africa. Volume 5 #2. p. 225-273.

Periodical articleHill, Joseph (2014)
Picturing Islamic authority: gender metaphors and Sufi leadership in Senegal
Abstract presentIslamic Africa. Volume 5 #2. p. 275-315.

Periodical articleHill, Joseph (2014)
See this publicationPicturing Islamic Authority: Gender Metaphors and Sufi Leadership in Senegal
Abstract presentIslamic Africa. Volume 5 #2. p. 275-315.

BookKâ, Thierno (2011)
Chaykha Rokhaya Niass, the sufi, the educator: study and analysis of her thought
Dakar: Thierno Kâ.

Periodical articleHill, Joseph (2010)
See this publication'All women are guides': Sufi leadership and womanhood among 'Taalibe Baay' in Senegal
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 40 #4. p. 375-412.

BookDiouf, Mamadou; Leichtman, Mara A. (eds.) (2009)
New perspectives on Islam in Senegal: conversion, migration, wealth, power, and femininity
Abstract presentNew York: Palgrave MacMillan. 285p.

BookMasquelier, Adeline Marie (2009)
Women and Islamic revival in a West African town
Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. 343p.

Periodical articleSchielke, Samuli (2008)
Mystic states, motherly virtues, female participation and leadership in an Egyptian Sufi milieu
Journal for Islamic studies. Volume 28. p. 94-126.

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

Book chapterBuggenhagen, Beth Anne (2004)
Domestic object(ion)s: The Senegalese Murid trade, diaspora and the politics of marriage payments, love and state privatization
In: Weiss, Brad (ed.), Producing African futures: Ritual and reproduction in a neoliberal age. Leiden: Brill.

Book chapterEvers Rosander, E. (2004)
Going to Porokhane and not going to Porokhane: Mourid women in Senegal and Spain
In: Eade, J.; Coleman, S. (eds.), Reframing pilgrimage: Cultures in motion. London: Routledge.

Periodical articleHutson, A.S. (2004)
African Sufi women and ritual change
Journal of Ritual Studies. Volume 18 #2. p. 61-73.

Book chapterEvers Rosander, E. (2003)
Mourid women and pilgrimage in Senegal and Spain
In: Ruuth, A. (ed.), Rite and power. Uppsala: Swedish Institute of Mission Research.

Periodical articleEvers Rosander, E. (2003)
Mam Diarra Bousso, the Mourid mother in Porokhane
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 4.

Periodical articleEvers Rosander, Eva (2003)
See this publicationMam Diarra Bousso, la bonne mère de Porokhane, Sénégal
Abstract presentAfrica: rivista trimestrale di studi e documentazione. Volume 58 #3-4. p. 296-317.

Book chapterAhmad, M. (2002)
The patriarchal bargaining in Tijaniyya Sufi order in Northern Nigeria
In: Samiuddin, A.; Khanam, R. (eds.), Muslim feminism and feminist movement: Africa. New Delhi: Global Vision Pub. p. 603-630.

BookKrasberg, Ulrike (2002)
Die Ekstasetänzerinnen von Sîdî Mustafa: eine theater-ethnologische Untersuchung
Berlin: Reimer. 244p.

Periodical articleBuggenhagen, Beth A. (2001)
See this publicationProphets and Profits: Gendered and Generational Visions of Wealth and Value in Senegalese Murid Households
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 31 #4. p. 373-401.

Periodical articleHutson, A.S. (2001)
Women, men, and patriarchal bargaining in an Islamic Sufi order: The Tijaniyya in Kano, Nigeria, 1937 to the present
Abstract presentGender & Society. Volume 15 #5. p. 734-753.

Periodical articleOuld Cheikh, A.W. (2001)
Brotherhoods and gender relations in Mauritania
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 8. p. 26.

Periodical articleDeclich, F. (2000)
Sufi experience in rural Somali: A focus on women
Social Anthropology. Volume 8 #3. p. 295-318.

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.

Book chapterConstantin, F. (1998)
Condition féminine et dynamique confrérique en Afrique orientale
In: Islam et islamismes au sud du Sahara. p. 31-40.

Book chapterEvers Rosander, E. (1998)
Women and Muridism in Senegal: The case of the Mam Diarra Bousso Daira in Mbacké
In: Ask, Karin; Tjomsland, Marit (eds.), Women and Islamization: Contemporary dimensions of discourse on gender relations. Oxford: Berg. p. 147-175.

Book chapterEvers Rosander, E. (1997)
Le 'dahira' de Mam Diarra Bousso à Mbacké: analyse d'une association religieuse de femmes sénégalaises
Abstract presentIn: Transforming female identities: women's organizational forms in West Africa. p. 160-174.

Periodical articleDeclich, F. (1996)
Formas poeticas religiosas femeninas en un contexto rural somali: el Nabi-ammaan
Studia Africana. #7. p. 123-145.

Periodical articleEbin, V. (1995)
Women's saints and strategies: The expanding role of Senegalese women in international trade
Mondes en développement. Volume 91. p. 113-115.

Periodical articleConstantin, F. (1987)
Condition féminine et dynamique confrérique en Afrique orientale
Abstract presentIslam et sociétés au Sud du Sahara. #1. p. 58-69.

Dissertation / thesisSadig, H.B. (1985)
Aspects of female participation in religious organizations in Sudan: The case of the Republican Sisters
master thesis. University of Khartoum. 83p.

Book chapterDwyer, D.H. (1979)
Women, Sufism and decison-making in Moroccan islam
Abstract presentIn: Beck, Lois; Keddie, Nikki (eds.), Women in the Muslim World. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University press. p. 585-598.

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