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by Professor Asma Sayeed

  • ISBN: 1107031583
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  • Author: Professor Asma Sayeed
  • Subcategory: Humanities
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press (August 6, 2013)
  • Pages: 234 pages
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Asma Sayeed's book traces the history of Muslim women's religious education over the course of nearly ten centuries.

Asma Sayeed's book traces the history of Muslim women's religious education over the course of nearly ten centuries. It focuses on women's transmission of religious knowledge (specifically of reports attributed to the Prophet Muḥammad) and examines the reasons for the rise, decline, and reappearance of women in this arena. It also relates these trends to broader issues facing Muslim communities in these eras.

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Asma Sayeed's book explores the history of women as religious scholars from . Knowledge and Social Practice in Medieval Damascus, 1190-1350

Asma Sayeed's book explores the history of women as religious scholars from the first decades of Islam through the early Ottoman period. Focusing on women's engagement with hadith, this book analyzes dramatic chronological patterns in women's hadith participation in terms of developments in Muslim social, intellectual and legal history. Knowledge and Social Practice in Medieval Damascus, 1190-1350.

Asma Sayeed’s book explores the history of women as religious scholars from the first decades of Islam through the early Ottoman period (seventh to the seventeenth centuries)

Asma Sayeed’s book explores the history of women as religious scholars from the first decades of Islam through the early Ottoman period (seventh to the seventeenth centuries). Focusing on women’s engagement with ḥadīth, this book analyzes dramatic chronological patterns in women’s ḥadīth participation in terms of developments in Muslim social, intellectual, and legal history. Drawing on primary and secondary sources, this work uncovers the historical forces that shaped Muslim women’s public participation in religious learning.

Associate Professor; Program Director of Islamic Studies

Associate Professor; Program Director of Islamic Studies. edu Phone: 310-206-9497 Office: 388 Kaplan Hall. Her book, Women and the Transmission of Religious Knowledge in Islam (Cambridge University Press, 2013) analyzes Muslim women’s religious education, specifically their transmission of hadith from the rise of Islam to the early Ottoman period.

Asma Sayeed's book explores the history of women as religious scholars from the first decades of Islam through . This book is a must-read for those interested in the history of Muslim women as well as in debates about their rights in the modern world.

Asma Sayeed's book explores the history of women as religious scholars from the first decades of Islam through the early Ottoman period. Focusing on women's engagement with hadīth, this book analyzes dramatic chronological patterns in women's hadīth participation in terms of developments in Muslim social, intellectual and legal history.

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Автор: Sayeed Название: Women and the Transmission of Religious .

Описание: Asma Sayeed's book explores the history of women as religious scholars from the first decades of Islam through the early Ottoman period.

Asma Sayeed's book explores the history of women as religious scholars from the first decades of Islam through the early Ottoman period (seventh to the seventeenth centuries). Focusing on women's engagement with ḥadīth, this book analyzes dramatic chronological patterns in women's ḥadīth participation in terms of developments in Muslim social, intellectual, and legal history. Drawing on primary and secondary sources, this work uncovers the historical forces that shaped Muslim women's public participation in religious learning. In the process, it challenges two opposing views: that Muslim women have been historically marginalized in religious education, and alternately that they have been consistently empowered thanks to early role models such as 'Ā'isha bint Abī Bakr, the wife of the Prophet Muḥammad. This book is a must-read for those interested in the history of Muslim women as well as in debates about their rights in the modern world. The intersections of this history with topics in Muslim education, the development of Sunnī orthodoxies, Islamic law, and ḥadīth studies make this work an important contribution to Muslim social and intellectual history of the early and classical eras.

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