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100 1  Aftab, Tahera 
245 10 Inscribing South Asian Muslim Women :|bAn Annotated 
       Bibliography and Research Guide 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Boston :|bBRILL,|c2007 
264  4 |c©2008 
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490 1  Handbook of Oriental Studies. Section 1 the near and 
       Middle East Ser. ;|vv.No. 1 
505 0  Abbreviations -- List of transliterations -- 
       Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- SECTION ONE SELECTED 
       SOURCES FOR THE STUDY OF SOUTH ASIAN MUSLIM WOMEN -- A. 
       South Asia an Introduction -- I. Locating People and 
       Spaces -- (a) General Studies on South Asia -- (b) 
       Selected Studies on Islam in South Asia -- (c) 
       Encyclopaedias of Islam -- (d) Encyclopaedias of Muslim 
       Women -- (e) Dictionaries of Islam -- (f) Qur'an/Hadith/ 
       and Traditions of Prophet Muhammad -- II. Bibliographies 
       and Research Guides for the Study of South Asian Muslim 
       Women -- III. Bibliographic Review Essays -- IV. 
       Catalogues of Library Holdings -- V. Biographical 
       Compendiums of Prominent Muslim Women -- VI. Invisibility 
       of Muslim Women in Research Studies -- B. Women's Status 
       in Religious Texts -- I. Women's Status in the Qur'an -- 
       II. Rejecting Patriarchal Reading of the Qur'an -- III. 
       Status of Women in the Hadith -- IV. Role Models for 
       Muslim Women: Prophet's Wives and Daughters -- SECTION TWO
       MUSLIM WOMEN IN THE HISTORY OF SOUTH ASIA -- A. Women in 
       Medieval India -- I. General Studies -- II. Radiyyah 
       Sultan or Raziyat al-Dunya wal-Din (r. 1236-40) -- III. 
       Cand Bibi of the Nizam Shahi Kingdom (b. 1547-1600) and 
       Other Women in Power in the Deccan -- B. Women in the Age 
       of the Mughals (1526-1707) -- I. General Studies -- II. 
       Gulbadan Bano Begam (1522/3-1603), Daughter of Babur, 
       Emperor of Hindustan (1526-1530) -- III. Nur Jahan Begam 
       (d. 1645), wife of Emperor Jahangir (b. 1569-d. 1627) -- 
       IV. Mumtaz Mahal (1592-1631), Wife of Emperor Shah Jahan 
       (b. 1592-d. 1666) -- V. Jahan Ara Begam (b. 1614-d. 1681),
       Daughter of Emperor Shah Jahan -- VI. Zeb-un Nisa' Begam 
       (1638-1702) Daughter of Emperor Aurangzeb, (b. 1619-d. 
       1707) -- C. Mughal Women as Patrons of Art and 
       Architecture -- D. Muslim Women from the 18th to the Early
       20th Century India -- I. The Kingdom of Awadh (1722-1856) 
505 8  II. Muslim Women in the Kingdom of Bengal -- III. A 
       dynasty of women rulers: The Begams of Bhopal -- (a) 
       General works -- (b) Nawwab Qudsiyah Begam (Period of 
       Regency 1819-1837) -- (c) Nawwab Sikandar Begam (Regency 
       1843-1868) -- (d) Nawwab Sahjahan Begam (b. 1838-d. 1901) 
       -- (e) Nawwab Sultan Jahan Begam (b. 1858-d. 1930) -- IV. 
       Begam Samroo (also spelt as Sombre/Samru) (1753-1836) of 
       Sardhana -- V. Women in Hyderabad, Deccan -- E. Muslim 
       Women's Encounter with the West -- I. Women and the First 
       War of Independence, 1858 -- II. Women under the British 
       Colonial Regime -- III. Muslim Women in the Narratives of 
       the Christian Missions -- SECTION THREE ISLAMIC TRADITIONS,
       MUSLIM WOMEN AND THE REFORM MOVEMENT -- A. Women in the 
       Discourse of the sufis and the masha'ikh -- I. Women Sufis
       -- II. Women's Image in Sufi  Literature -- III. Women in 
       the Reformist (islahi) Traditions in the 18th and the19th 
       Centuries -- (a) Women, shari'at and the bid'at Discourse 
       -- (b) Patriarchal Construction of Muslim Women -- B. 
       Modernist Reform Movements and Women's Issues -- I. Men in
       Support of Women's Rights -- (a) Making Connections: Role 
       Models from Other Muslim Societies -- (b) South Asian 
       Muslim Women Compared With Women in Other Regions -- II. 
       Ideal Muslim Woman Defined -- (a) Sir Syed Ahmed Khan's 
       (1817-1898) 'Model Muslim Woman' -- (b) Syed Ameer Ali 
       (1849-1928) -- (c) Saiyyid Mumtaz Ali and Huquq un-niswan 
       (1860-1935) -- (d) Rashidul Khairi (1868-1936) -- III. 
       Muslim Woman in the New Muslim Consciousness -- (a) The 
       Bihishti Zewar of Ashraf 'Ali Thanawi (1864-1943) -- (b) 
       Abul Kalam Azad's Views on the Status of Women -- (c) Dr. 
       Muhammad Iqbal (1877-1938) -- IV. Women Claiming their 
       Rights -- SECTION FOUR PARDAH-MUSLIM WOMEN IN/OUT OF 
       SECLUSION -- A. Discourse on the Interpretation of the 
       Qur'anic Verses on hijab 
505 8  B. Fatawa and Male Religious Opinions on Veiling/pardah --
       I. Male supporters of pardah -- II. Men who opposed the 
       pardah -- C. Women Challenging pardah Restrictions -- I. 
       Women in Support of pardah -- D. Pardah's Impact on 
       Women's Lives -- E. Burqa' -- F. Life Inside Pardah 
       Households Observing -- SECTION FIVE RELIGIOUS PRACTICES -
       - A. Fatawa: Male Authority and Women's Status -- I. 
       Resisting the Use of Fatawa against Women -- B. 
       Prohibition on Women's Presence in the Mosque and Shrines 
       -- C. Women's Prayer (salat) -- I. Women and 'Id Prayers -
       - II. Shrine Visitation and Women -- D. Women and 
       Religious Practices -- I. Milad or Maulud Sharif: 
       Celebrations of Prophet Muhammad's Noble Birth -- II. 
       Milad namey/Milad Tracts for Women and by Women -- III. 
       Milad as Bid'at (Heresy) -- E. Hajj and Women Pilgrims: 
       Early Pilgrimage Accounts (Medieval India) -- I. 
       Pilgrimage in the Nineteenth Century -- II. Pilgrimage in 
       the Twentieth Century -- F. Women's Travelogues: Women out
       of pardah -- SECTION SIX IN SEARCH OF THEIR IDENTITY: 
       MUSLIM WOMEN SETTING NEW GOALS -- A. Perspectives on 
       Women's Roles -- I. The Status of Muslim Women Compared to
       that of Women of Other Faiths -- II. Women and Activism: 
       Movement for Social and Political Change -- (a) General 
       Works -- (b) The Suffrage Movement -- B. Muslim Women 
       Making Connections -- I.  In support of the Ladies 
       Conference -- II. Against the Ladies Conference -- III. 
       History of the All India Muslim Ladies' Conference -- IV. 
       The All India Ladies Association -- V. Women's 
       Associations in Hyderabad, Deccan -- VI. The All India 
       Women's Conference -- VII. Muslim Women in the National 
       Reformist Movement -- (a) Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain (1880-
       1932) -- (b) Sughra Humayun Mirza (1884-1958) -- (c) Fyzee
       Sisters -- C. Women's Role in the Pakistan Movement -- D. 
       Freedom/Partition: Women's Experiences -- I. Women Freedom
       Fighters 
505 8  (a) Abadi Banu Begam (Bi Amman) (1852-1924) -- (b) Begam 
       Muhammad Ali (Amjadi Begam) -- (c) Begam Hasrat Mohani 
       (Nishatunnisa) (1885-1937) -- (d) Fatimah Jinnah (1893-
       1967) -- (e) Ruttie Jinnah (-d. 1929) -- SECTION SEVEN 
       WOMEN, NATIONALISM, AND RELIGION -- A. Muslim women in 
       Pakistan: An Overview -- I. Punjabi Women -- II. Sindhi 
       Women -- III. Pashtun Women -- IV. Baloch Women -- V. 
       Women of Hunza/Gilgit/Chitral -- B. Women in Bangladesh: 
       An Overview -- C. Muslim Women in India: An Overview -- D.
       Women, State and Religious Authority: Post-independence 
       South Asia -- I.  The Case of Pakistan -- II.  The Case of
       Bangladesh -- III.  The Case of India -- E. Women and 
       Political Representation -- I. Discourse on Women's 
       Political Leadership -- (a) Benazir Bhutto -- F. The 
       Martial Law (1977-88) in Pakistan: Islam Reinterpreted for
       Women -- I. The Hudood (Hudod) Ordinance -- II. Post-
       martial Law Gender-identity Construction -- G. Religious 
       Activism of Women Converts to Islam -- I. Maryam Jameelah 
       [Margaret Marcus] (1936-) -- SECTION EIGHT MUSLIM WOMEN'S 
       MOVEMENTS IN SOUTH ASIA -- A. Women's Movement in Pakistan
       -- B.  Women's Movement in Bangladesh -- C.  Muslim 
       Women's Movement in India -- D.  Muslim Women in Sri Lanka
       -- E.  Women's Movement in The Maldives -- SECTION NINE 
       THE LIFE CYCLE OF SOUTH ASIAN MUSLIM WOMEN -- A. Daughters
       Not Liked -- I. Son Preference -- II. Adolescent Girls -- 
       (a) Menstruation -- (b) Clitorodectomy: Female 
       Circumcision -- B. Marriage and Family Life -- I. Child 
       Marriages -- II. Age at Marriage -- III. Nikah: Marriage 
       in Islam -- IV.  Selection of Spouses -- V.  Role of wali 
       (Guardian) in a Marriage Contract -- C. Wife-husband 
       Relationship -- I. Male-female Attitude Towards Family 
       Life -- II.  Manuals for Household Management -- D.  
       Marriage Patterns in South Asia -- I.  Arranged Marriages 
       -- II.  Consanguineous Marriages 
505 8  III.  Endogamous Marriages -- IV.  Matrilineal Customs -- 
       V.  Muslim Women Marrying Christian Men -- VI. Polygamy --
       VII. Muta'h: Temporary Marriages -- E.  Wedding Ceremonies
       and Celebrations -- I. Dowry -- F.  Pregnancy and 
       Childbirth -- I. Motherhood/Childcare -- II. Breastfeeding
       -- G. End of Marriage: Widowhood, Remarriage of Widows and
       Divorce -- I.  Idda-Waiting Period -- II.  Dissolution of 
       Marriage: talaq (Divorce) -- III. Triple talaq -- IV. 
       Talaq-i-tafwid (delegation Power of Divorce) -- V. Khul' 
       (khula) -- VI. Apostasy ( irtidad) for Dissolution 
       (tansikh-i-nikah) of Marriage -- H. Mahr: Dower -- I.  
       Payment of mahr and Maintenance for Divorced Women -- II. 
       Legal Battles over Payment of Maintenance (nafaqah): The 
       Shah Bano Case -- SECTION TEN WOMEN'S RIGHTS TO INHERIT 
       PROPERTY -- A. Inheritance Rights of Muslim Women 
       Misappropriated -- I.  Customary Law (riwaj-i 'am) and 
       Women -- II.  Legal Services for Women: Access to Lawyers 
       and Courts of Law -- B.  Muslim Family Law in South Asia -
       - I. The Family Laws in Pakistan -- II. Uniform Civil Code
       in India: A Panacea for Muslim Women's Plight? -- III. 
       Legal Reforms in Bangladesh -- IV.  Islamic Laws and Women
       in Sri Lanka -- SECTION ELEVEN EDUCATION OF SOUTH ASIAN 
       MUSLIM WOMEN -- A. General Works on the History of Women's
       Education -- B. Beginning of Women's New System of 
       Education: Local Enterprise and Colonial Efforts -- I.  
       Promotional Tracts for Female Education -- II.  Tracts 
       against Women's Education -- C.  Supporters of Women's 
       Education (hami-yi ta'lim-i niswan) -- I. Khawajah Altaf 
       Husain Hali (1837-1914) -- II. Shamsul 'Ulama Maulawi 
       Nadhir (also spelt as Nazir) Ahmad, (1831-1912) -- D.  
       Those Who Opposed School Education for Women -- I.  Sir 
       Syed [also spelt as Saiyyid] Ahmed Khan -- II.  Other 
       Prominent Opposition -- E.  Support for Women's Education 
       in the Early 20th Century 
505 8  I.  Male Founders of Schools for Women 
520    In this volume comprehensive coverage of South Asian 
       Muslim women's lives and their experiences, historically 
       and contemporaneously, fills a serious gap in the existing
       scholarship regarding variegated patterns of Muslim 
       communities 
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