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Women and Peace in the Islamic World

Gender, Agency and Influence

Yasmin Saikia (Redaktør) ; Chad Haines (Redaktør)

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This book provides an in-depth exploration of peace, gender and influence in the Muslim world.

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Acknowledgements

Introduction: Situating Peace, Islam, and Women in the Everyday
Yasmin Saikia & Chad Haines

Section 1: Deliberations: Questioning the Normative
Chapter 1: Ungendering Peace Talk
miriam cooke
Chapter 2: Dialogical Din and Everyday Acts of Peace: An Islamic Perspective
Chad Haines
Chapter 3: Negotiating Islamic Feminism: Echoes of Medieval Theological Disputes in Modern Islam
Richard Martin

Section 2: Interventions: Claiming Public Space
Chapter 4: Women, Islam, Transnationalism: The Question of "Politics of Location" and other Contentions in Women's Organizing in Bangladesh
Elora Halim Chowdhury
Chapter 5: An Exploration of Three Contemporary Acehnese Peace Leaders
Asna Husin
Chapter 6: The Role of Muslim Women in Engendering Peace: Bil?d al-Sudan (Sudan and Nigeria)
Souad Ali

Section 3: Formations: Engendering Peace Dialogues
Chapter 7: Women and Peace-Building in the Muslim World
Ayse Kadayifci-Orellana
Chapter 8: Crime and Reconciliation: Women's Peace Initiatives in the Islamic Republic of Iran
Arzoo Osanloo
Chapter 9: Religion, Women and Peaceful Revolutions: Perspectives from the Arab Middle East
Azza Karam

Section 4: Relationships: Building Communities
Chapter 10: Strangers, Friends, and Peace: The women's world of Abdullah Hall, Aligarh Muslim University
Yasmin Saikia
Chapter 11: The Living Monuments of Mourning: Struggles for Memory and Peace in Post-Revolutionary Iran
Shahla Talebi
Chapter 12: Merhametli Peace is Woman's Peace: Religious and Cultural Practices of Compassion and Neighbourliness in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Zilka Siljak

Epilogue: Dialoguing Peace
Two Muslim Peacemakers
Daisy Khan and Cemalnur Sargut
Gender, Peace, and War: A Western Feminist Perspective
Sally Kitch

Author's Biographical Sketches

Bibliography

Om forfatteren

Yasmin Saikia is the Hardt-Nickachos Chair in Peace Studies at the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict and Professor of History at Arizona State University. Her books include 'In the Meadows of Gold: Telling Tales of the Swargadeos at the Crossroads of Assam', 'Fragmented Memories: Struggling to Become Tai-Ahom in India and Women', 'War and the Making of Bangladesh: Remembering 1971'. Chad Haines is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Global Studies at Arizona State University and faculty affiliate with the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict. He is the author of 'Nation, Territory and Globalization in Pakistan: Traversing the Margins'.