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Education of south asian muslim women

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This chapter contains selected sources related to education of South Asian Muslim women. It presents sources related to the history of women's education, women's new system of education: local enterprise and colonial efforts, supporters of women's education, opposers to school education for women, support for women's education in the early 20th century, nineteenth century Muslim women reading and teaching, women's education in Pakistan, women's education in Bangladesh, women's education in India, medical education for women, women and the nursing profession. The chapter is not just a bibliography; it moves far beyond what a bibliography is ordinarily conceived to be.

Keywords: medical education; nursing profession; South Asian Muslim women; women's education

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