The private is political: Women and family in intellectual Islam
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History and Normativity in Traditional Indian Muslim Thought: Reading Shari`a in the Hermeneutics of Qari Muhammad Tayyab (d.1983) Moosa, E (2010-11-01)Traditional forms of Islamic thought have a particular understanding as to how norms and values stand in relation to time and change. This article explores the view of a prominent thinker Qari Muhammad Tayyab, affiliated ...
Yacoob, Saadia (2016)This dissertation examines the construction of gendered legal subjects in the influential legal works of the eleventh century Ḥanafī jurist, Muḥammad ibn Aḥmad al-Sarakhsī (d. 483 A.H./1090 C.E.). In particular, I explore ...
Kigar, Samuel Benjamin (2018)This dissertation asks how Moroccan scholars understood Islam's relationship to national territory in the twentieth century. It demonstrates how a genealogy of scholars adapted expansive theories of premodern Muslim imperial ...