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    • The Absence of Muslim Women in Shaping and Developing Islamic Thought 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Dialogue of Truth for Life Together, 2013-10)
      It is fair to claim that the true message of Islam concerning women has rarely been practiced throughout Islamic history and for the past 14 centuries. Muslim women have remained a passive force in changing the prevailing ...
    • The Absence of Muslim Women in Shaping Islamic Thought: Foundations of Muslims’ Peaceful and Just Co‐existence 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Journal of Law and Religion, 2008-11)
      This paper explores the ethical and legal pedagogy of the current debates on “reforming” Muslim societies, whether they claim to reform social and legal systems, reform educational institutions, or liberate Muslim women. ...
    • Al Huwiyah Al Dhatiyah lil Mar'a Al Muslimah 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Dar Al-Fikr, 2002)
      See attached abstract in Arabic.
    • American Muslim Women Challenging Conventional Understanding of Islam 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Cornell University, 2009-09-28)
      Muslim women all over the world have been mostly viewed as secondary and/or complementary in the structure of all Muslim societies. In order to challenge and transform these un-Islamic views, women needed to retake their ...
    • Domestic Democracy: The Road to National and International Democracy 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy, 2003)
      In this paper, I draw an analogy between participatory democracy in the Qur`anic gender revolution and the national-international democratic relationship. Qur`anic relations create an active process of individual political ...
    • The Equilibrium of Islamic Education: Has Muslim Women's Education Preserved the Religion? 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Religion And Education, 1998)
      I focus on issues of equilibrium in Muslim women's education to understand the tension between the ideals and practice and its ramifications for Islamic and Muslims' education in the United States. I argue that one maintainer ...
    • LA AUTOIDENTIDAD DE LA MUJER MUSULMANA 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez; Traducción: Jolanda Guardi (Athenea Digital, 2014-12)
      Este texto quiere ser una investigación pedagógica estructurada históricamente sobre la condición de la mujer árabe y musulmana, y tiene como objetivo el de explicar cómo las primeras mujeres musulmanas y las contemporáneas ...
    • Muslim Women in North America 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (1991)
      Barazangi discusses the challenges facing American Muslim women in search of identity. Her lecture was part of the Series on "National Conversions and Social Diversions," Organized by the Western Societies Program at Cornell ...
    • Muslim Women's Education: Between East and West 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Holmes and Meier, 2004)
      The media and the popular culture literature in America and Europe are not the only biased groups in portraying women in Islam as "oppressed" and that their liberation can take place only outside Islam. Contrary to my trust ...
    • Muslim Women's Islamic Higher Learning as a Human Right: The Action Plan 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Syracuse University Press, 1997)
      How do we expect the Muslim woman, collectively and individually, to identify with Islam as revered teachings and to act within its parameters, and to accommodate new human knowledge, be it that of a local Mufti's (clergy) ...
    • Muslim Women's Islamic Higher Learning as a Human Right: Theory and Practice 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Syracuse University Press, 2000)
      Limited access to Islamic higher learning is argued to be the basis for the Muslim woman's inability to emancipate and to self-identity as a Khalifa (trustee)--a Qur'anic mandate (or potential) of human existence. Muslim ...
    • Parents and Youth: Perceiving and Practicing Islam in North America 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Temple University Press, 1996)
      This chapter examines how some Arab Muslim youth and families in North America perceive themselves both as Arabs and as Muslims in the context of Canadian and United States societies. Parents are concerned with how best ...
    • Self-identity as a Form of Democratization: The Syrian Experience 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Indiana University Press, 1999)
      This chapter combines historical research and a field reporting of participatory action research (PAR) with one of the grassroots women's movement in Syria. I will analyze the participatory or democratization efforts by ...
    • Silent Revolution of a Muslim Arab American Scholar-Activist 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Texas University Press, 2005)
      After 35 years of living in the Unites States, every time I meet a new person, I am asked: Where are you from? My own personal, political and scholarly journey along with that of some of my cohorts engaged in search for ...
    • Understanding Muslim Women's Self-Identity and Resistance to Feminism and Participatory Action Research 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Praeger, 2004)
      While headed in similar directions, rarely have feminist researchers and participatory action researchers acknowledged each other as collaborators with mutually important contributions to the journey. Through the work ...
    • Vicegerency and Gender Justice in Islam 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (University Press of Florida, 1996)
      This chapter summarizes Islamic view of life as a system and analyzes some implications of this system for family and male-female relationships. It is necessary, therefore, to replace the conceived notion that Islam is a ...
    • Why Muslim Women Are Re-Interpreting the Qur'an: A Transformative Scholarship-Activism 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Cornell University, 2010-09-16)
      Muslim women all over the world have been mostly viewed as secondary and/or complementary in the structure of Muslim societies. In order to challenge and transform these un-Islamic views, women needed to retake their ...
    • Why Muslim Women are Re-interpreting the Qur`an and Hadith: A Transformative Scholarship-Activism 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Ashgate Publishing series, Gender in Law, Culture and Society, 2013., 2013)
      In order to challenge and transform the un-Islamic views of women as secondary in the structure of Muslim societies, women have retaken their principal role and reinterpreted the primary source of Islam, the Qur'an. As ...
    • Why Muslim Women Must Reinterpret the Qur'an 

      Barazangi, Nimat Hafez (Commonwealth Club, 2010-07-19)
      Nimat Hafez Barazangi, Ph.D. '88, a research fellow in the Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies program at Cornell, suggests it's time for Muslim women to have a peaceful, silent revolution firmly grounded in the Qur'an. ...