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Appendix 1

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This appendix of the book Women and Islamic Cultures: Disciplinary Paradigms and Approaches: 2003-2013 presents a list of authors along with their disciplines relevant to the discussion of Muslim women in Islamic culture. The book focuses on the specific findings of the field of demography on women and Islamic cultures, and discusses the Islamization of knowledge, women and the Qurʾān, the changing roles of women as leaders within Muslim communities, resistance to Islamic fundamentalism, the new Orientalism, sexuality and the queering of religious texts. It illustrates the relationship between Islamic feminist methodologies and queer Islamic hermeneutics.

Keywords: Islamic culture; Islamic feminist methodologies; Islamic fundamentalism; Muslim women; queer Islamic hermeneutics; Qurʾān



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