In the name of of Allah the Merciful

Muslim Women's Writing From Across South and Southeast Asia

Feroza Jussawala, Doaa Omran, 9781032163239, 9781032163215, 9781003248064, 978-1032163239, 978-1032163215, 978-1003248064

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Half Title
Title Page
Copyright Page
Table of Contents
List of Contributors
1. From Ismat Chugtai to Samina Ali and Monica Ali: Women’s Communities, Contexts, and Conflicts
2. “Based on Love and Truth”: Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain’s Theological Negotiations in Sultana’s Dream
3. Critique of Exclusionary Women’s Nationalism in Kashmir, and  Reconceptualizing the Relationship Between State and Non-State Women  Actors
4. Conflict and Women in Kashmir: A Study of Ather Zia’s Poetry
5. Songs and Slogans of Protest: Exploring Kashmiri Women’s Resistance(s) to the Indian State
Pakistan and Afghanistan
6. The Trade of Giving Up Being a Woman: A Transnational Antiracist Reading of Nadia Hashimi’s The Pearl That Broke Its Shell
7. Women, Violence, and Conflict: A Study of Kamila Shamsie’s Home Fire
8. Poetics of Resistance by the Muslim Woman
9. The Empowerment of Women in the Controversial Landscape of Pakistan in The Upstairs Wife
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka
10. A Mother in a War: Jahanara Imam’s Ekattorer Dinguli
11. Encountering the “Pseudo Gatekeepers”: Islamism and Secularism in Identity Construction of Bangladeshi Women in Fiction
12. Writing Rights: Women and Community in Sharmila Seyyid’s Ummath
Indonesia and Malaysia
13. Being Religious, Cool, and Global in the Eyes of Indonesian Muslim  Women Writers: Negotiating Religion and Popular Lifestyle in Islamic Pop  Novels
14. Reclaiming Islamic Religious Interpretations through  Women’s Experience: Life, Activism, and Authorship of Three Indonesian  Muslim Feminists
15. Malaysian Muslim Women’s Writing: A History of Colonization, Decolonization, and Globalization
16. Negotiating Conflicts amongst Muslim Female Characters in Malay Romance Novels: A Narratological Perspective
Burma, Brunei, and the Philippines
17. Agency of Rohingya Muslim Women Survivors of Genocide in Myanmar
18. Beyond Intractability: Muslim Women Negotiating Identities in Brunei Darussalam
19. Reading Her Face: Affect Theory in Narratorial Representation in Malaka Gharib’s Graphic Novel I Was Their American Dream
Comparative Perspectives
20. Partition Historiographies in Qurratulain Hyder’s River of Fire  (India) and Radwa Ashour’s The Woman from Tantoura (Palestine):  Assertion vs. Subalterity
21. Muslim Women Re-membering the Nation,  Writing Their Transnational Selves in Diasporic Memoirs: Sara Suleri’s  Meatless Days and Leila Ahmed’s A Border Passage From Cairo to America—A  Woman’s Journey
22. Women’s Narratives and the Politics of the  Personal in Attia Hosain’s Sunlight on a Broken Column and Siti Rukiah’s  The Fall and the Heart