In the name of of Allah the Merciful

Female Youth in Contemporary Egypt Post-Islamism and A New Politics of Visibility

Dina Hosni, 2021062667, 2021062668, 9781032131689, 9781032131665, 9781003227960, 978-1032131689, 978-1032131665, 978-1003227960

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Toward a New Understanding of Post-Islamism
'Female' 'Post-Islamist' 'Youth'
Critique of the Habermasian Public Sphere
Conventional Forms of Islamist Activism
Book Approach
Structure of the Book
1. A Historical Analysis of Islamism and the Shift to Post-Islamism
Islam and Its Dual Nature
Islam between the Universal and the Local
Islam between Traditionalism and Modernity
The Da'wa (Call) to Islam
Charity and Islamic Social Institutions
Islam between the Sacred and the Secular
The Islamic and the Secular in Pre-modern Islamic Societies
The Transformation of Islamic/Secular Formation in Modern Islamic Societies
Historical Relationship between the Islamic and the Secular in Egypt
The Rise of Islamism
Transformation within Islamism
The Advent of Post-Islamism
Post-Islamism and the 2011 Arab Uprisings
Egypt as a Case Study
Islamization of the Egyptian Society
The 2011 Egyptian Uprisings and Islamist Trajectories
The Turn to Post-Islamism in Egypt
Young Muslim Women and the Move from Islamism to Post-Islamism
2. Framing the Post-Islamist Woman Question
What Is Post-Islamism?
Religious Muslim, Islamist or Post-Islamist?
Notion of Post-Islamism as Reconciling a Number of Duals
Traditionalism and Modernity
The Sacred and the Secular
Religiosity and Rights
Why Post-Islamism? Is It the Idea of Wasaṭiyya (Moderate Islam)?
Worldview Not Ideology
Open/Closed Societies
Role of a Good Company
Performing Da'wa Curriculum and Qualifications
Attitudes toward New Preachers
How to Perform Da'wa
Da'wa to Children
3. Post-Islamist Women in the Public Sphere
The Notion of the Public
Habermasian Notion of the Public Sphere
Critique of the Habermasian Notion of the Public Sphere
Exclusion of Publics
Public/Private Dichotomy
Role of Religion in the Public/Private Debate
Islamism and the Public Sphere
Post-Islamism and the Public Sphere
Women's Participation as Islamist and Post-Islamist in the Public Sphere
Veiling and the Public-Private Debate
The Role of 'Change' in the Conceptualization of the Public Space/Sphere
The Square (maydān) and the Mosque in Arabo-Islamic Contexts
The Online Sphere
4. Visibility of Post-Islamist Female Youth
Visibility as a Social Category
Veil and Visibility
Visibility as Seeing and Being Seen
Visibility and Mobility
Visibility as 'Feminists'
Seven Post-Islamist Entities
Salafio Costa and the Disintegration of the Public Sphere
Misr al-Qawiyya Party and the Mixing of Roles
Serenity Society and the Reconciliation of Duals
Gender Segregation among Active Muslims
No Claiming of Religious Knowledge
Super Muslims and the Bi-directional Da'wa
Being Youthful and Religious
Resala AUC Organization and Da'wa through Charity
Bedaya Organization and the Collaboration between Entities as Open Societies
The Rahalah Organization for Sustainable Development (mu'assasat  raḥḥāla li-l-tanmiya al-mustadāma) and the Interplay between Religiosity  and Responsibility
Active Muslims or Active Citizens?
Dressing within Entities
Gender Mixing within Entities
Gender Equity Not Equality
Visibility of Post-Islamist Entities as 'Political'
Plurality of Publics
Religion as Public/Private
Critique of Islamist Thought
Critique of Feminist Thought
A New Understanding of Post-Islamism
Role of New Media
Egyptian Uprisings
Concluding Remarks
Lectures and Seminars
Online Sources