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American Muslim women, religious authority, and activism

Juliane Hammer

American Muslim women, religious authority, and activism

more than a prayer

by Juliane Hammer

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Published by University of Texas Press in Austin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women in Islam,
  • Islam,
  • Political activity,
  • Feminism,
  • Muslim women

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementJuliane Hammer
    SeriesLouann Atkins Temple women & culture series -- bk. 28
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBP173.4 .H3654 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25025654M
    ISBN 109780292735552, 9780292735576
    LC Control Number2011035820

      For religious American Muslims, hostility from the right and disdain from the left Asma T. Uddin is most concerned with in her book “When Islam Is Not a Religion.” The title comes from the. In , Newsweek put the book on its list of 10 best non-fiction books of the decade. The book has also been banned, making the American Library Association’s list of frequently challenged books in In , the book was made into an animated film that won the Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival. 5 BURAAQ.

      Among the many Muslim women doing incredible things, in fields ranging from science and literature to fashion and music, are those who work as activists, fighting for the rights of all people. The result is this crowd-sourced list of 25 influential American Muslims. They are comedians and congressmen, activists and Olympians, fashionistas and political fighters, converts and from-the.

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American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism: More Than a Prayer (Louann Atkins Temple Women & Culture): Hammer, Juliane: : Books Cited by: In American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism: More Than a Prayer (University of Texas Press, ), Juliane Hammer, Professor of Islamic Studies at the Uni.

InAmina Wadud led a mixed-gender congregation of Muslims in prayer/5. “American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism overall is a significant and distinctive contribution to the existing discourse the survey of manifold topics is precisely what creates the primary strength of the book; it makes the book an accessible and wide-ranging introduction to the complexity of the discourse surrounding and produced by American Muslim women.”.

Living Islam Out Loud, published in and edited by Abdul-Ghafur, one of the organizers of the woman-led prayer, joined a growing number of similar texts—memoirs and personal or autobiographical narratives written by American Muslim women. Reading a number of such texts together reveals that these works form a subgenre of “speaking out” literature that is united by three broad goals: challenging and changing monolithic representations of Muslim women.

American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism: More Than a Prayer; By Juliane Hammer ; Book; Published by: University of Texas Press; Series: Louann Atkins Temple Women religious authority. Summary: Hammer looks at the work of significant female American Muslim writers, scholars, and activists sinceusing their writings as a lens for a larger discussion of Muslim intellectual production in America and beyond.

InAmina Wadud led a mixed-gender congregation of Muslims in prayer. This event became the focal point of substantial media attention and highlighted some of the tensions within the Muslim community.

However, this prayer gathering was the culmination of a series of events and embodied several ongoing intra-Muslim debates.

Juliane Hammer is the author of American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism ( avg rating, 10 ratings, 1 review, published ), The Cam /5(3).

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(): Special Issue: Muslim Women. Why you should read it: Minaret is a subtle portrayal of the complex internal world of an orthodox Muslim woman as well as a criticism of classism in Muslim communities at.

Amani Al-Khatahtbeh founded Muslim Girl, a media outlet meant to normalize the word "Muslim," put the narrative of Muslim women into their own hands, and to raise the place of Muslim women in society. "American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism overall is a significant and distinctive contribution to the existing discourse the survey of manifold topics is precisely what creates the primary strength of the book; it makes the book an accessible and wide-ranging introduction to the complexity of the discourse surrounding and produced by American Muslim women.".

Muslim women are no different from their non-Muslim counterparts in this regard, and it is Muslim women's activism that is the subject of this book. "Activism," as Rose Hamid reminds us in her essay, carries with it a negative connotation in mainstream North American society.

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At the United Nations, Musawah’s Anwar reminded the Commission on the Status of Women that Muslim women don’t need to choose between Islam and. Louann Atkins Temple Women & Culture: American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism: More Than a Prayer (Paperback) Average Rating: ().

Reviewed in the United States on Febru Such a carefully researched and accessibly written book about American Muslim women navigating and negotiating authority. I've used excerpts in undergraduate courses with raging success; students seem drawn to Hammer's clear writing style and intricate case studies.

American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism overall is a significant and distinctive contribution to the existing discourse the survey of manifold topics is precisely what creates the primary strength of the book; it makes the book an accessible and wide-ranging introduction to the complexity of the discourse surrounding and produced by American Muslim women.

During a time when prominent white religious groups were immersed in the social settlement movement that emerged around the turn of the century, these African American women exerted pivotal influence in the expression of socially committed forms of organized religion to address urban migration and attending problems of poverty, racism.

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By Jean-Pierre Filiu; translated by M. B. DeBevoise. American Muslim Women, Religious Authority, and Activism: More than a Prayer. By Juliane Hammer.Linda Sarsour (born ) is an American political activist. She was co-chair of the Women's March, the Day Without a Woman, and the Women's is also a former executive director of the Arab American Association of New and her Women's March co-chairs were profiled in Time magazine's " Most Influential People" in