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Women, nationalism, and religion

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This chapter contains selected sources related to Muslim women, nationalism, and Islam religion. It presents sources related to Muslim women in Pakistan, Punjabi women, Sindhi women, Baloch women, women of Hunza/Gilgit/Chitral, women in Bangladesh, Muslim women in India, State and religious authority, women and political representation, the Martial Law in Pakistan and religious activism of women converts to Islam. The chapter is not just a bibliography; it moves far beyond what a bibliography is ordinarily conceived to be.

Keywords: Bangladesh; India; Islam religion; Martial Law; Muslim women; nationalism; Pakistan; political representation; religious authority



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