The most fantastic book on the subject of women in Islam. An outstanding book for mythbusting about Muslim women.
The most fantastic book on the subject of women in Islam. Walther gives us the world of Muslim women in a detailed, readable manner and within a fascinating historical context. The text is rich with information about women, their poetry, their words, lives, and positions within Muslim Society across history. She does not isolate women according to the "traditional" areas of the Islamic World, but rather expands her history to include Andalusian poetesses and Mughal Queens. 6 people found this helpful.
Women were militant partners with their men in the time of Muhammed and the early Khalifat but later veiled and segregated in the tradition of Ancient Near East cultures and societies. Respectable" women were soon closed off from any public or social life outside their own families, while other women filled the roles assigned to them by men.
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Just reading "Women in Islam. From Medieval to Modern Times" by Wiebke Walther (1995). We won today after a very close game! It gives us a little chance for the final next week. 2 December 2016 at 09:26.
Wiebke Walther, Women in Islam: From Medieval to Modern Times, Markus Wiener Publishing, New York . Margot Badran, Feminists, Islam and Nation: Gender and the Making of Modern Egypt, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1995, pp. 18–21.
Wiebke Walther, Women in Islam: From Medieval to Modern Times, Markus Wiener Publishing, New York, 1993, p. 4. oogle Scholar. 48. Fatima Mernissi, Beyond the Veil: Male-Female Dynamics in Muslim Society, Al Saqi Books, London, 1985, p. 7. 50. Ameer Ali, The Spirit of Islam, Methuen & Co. Ltd, London, 1964, pp. 227–9. 128. Kevin Dwyer, Arab Voices: the Human Rights Debate in the Middle East, Routledge, London 1991, pp. 184–7, 23.
The experiences of Muslim women (Arabic: مسلمات Muslimāt, singular مسلمة Muslima) vary widely between and within different societies.
Required books: Wiebke Walther (1999) Women in Islam: From Medieval to Modern Times. Princeton: Markus Wiener Publishers. Leila Ahmed (1992) Women and Gender in Islam: Historical Roots of a Modern Debate. New Haven & London: Yale University Press. Amina Wadud (1999) Quran and Woman.
This book does not pretend that the society of Islam was dominated by women, but illustrates that the world from the classical period to modern times is also a woman's . 2, resimli, düzeltilmiş, yeni baskı.
This book does not pretend that the society of Islam was dominated by women, but illustrates that the world from the classical period to modern times is also a woman's world. Here we have tales of A'isha, who joined the forces of early followers of Muhammad in the disastrous Camel Battle; the fighter Umm Omara, who lost a hand in battle; the scholar of mysticism and freed slave Rabi'a al-Adawiyya; Khayzuran, the richest and most powerful woman; the poet Wallada, daughter of the Spanish Khalif.
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