(ii) Gender and Islam

Carland, S. (2017). Fighting Hislam: Women, faith and sexism: Melbourne Univ. Publishing.

Cooke, Miriam. (2001). Women Claim Islam. Routledge.

Feminist Review. (2001). 69(1), November. Includes;
The Realm of the Possible: Middle Eastern Women in Political and Social Spaces / Amal Treacher, Hala Shukrallah.
Women in Arab NGOs: A Publication of the Arab Network for Non-governmental Organizations, December / Nawla Darwiche.
Where Have All the Women (and Men) Gone? Reflections on Gender and the Second Palestinian Intifada / Penny Johnson, Eileen Kuttab.
Feminist Contestations of Institutional Domains in Iran / Elaheh Rostami Povey.
Women and Poverty in Morocco: The Many Faces of Social Exclusion / Loubna H. Skalli.
Embodying Transition: FGC, Displacement, and Gender-making for Sudanese in Cairo / Anita Husermann.
On Selective Consumerism: Egyptian Women and Ethnographic Representations / Nadia Wassef.
Theorizing the Politics of ‘Islamic Feminism’ / Shahrzad Mojab.

Kassam, Zayn (2004). Gender. In Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World. Edited by Richard Martin. New York: Tompson–Gale, pp. 265–273.

Mir-Hosseini. Ziba, Mulki Al-Sharmani, and Jana Rumminger. (eds.) (2015). Men in Charge? Rethinking Authority in Muslim Legal Tradition. Oneworld Publications.

Murata, S. (1989). Masculine–Feminine Complementarity in the Spiritual Psychology of Islam. The Islamic quarterly: a review of Islamic culture, 33(3), 165–187.

Murray, Stephen O., & Will Roscoe (Eds.) (1997). Islamic Homosexualities: Culture, History and Literature. New York & London: New YorkUniversity Press. Part I: Introduction to Islamic Homosexualities. Introduction, by Will Roscoe and Stephen O. Murray / The Will Not to Know: Islamic Accommodations of Male Homosexuality, by Stephen O. Murray / Precursors of Islamic Male Homosexualities, by Will Roscoe / Muhammad and Male Homosexuality, by Jim Wafer / The Scattered References to Woman–Woman Love in Islamic Societies, by Stephen O. Murray // Part II: Literary Studies Vision and Passion: The Symbolism of Male Love in Islamic Mystical Literature, by Jim Wafer / Corporealizing Medieval Persian and Turkish Tropes, by Stephen O. Mur- ray / Male Love and Islamic Law and Arab Spain, by Louis Crompton // Part III: Historical Studies / Male Homosexuality, Inheritance Rules, and the Status of Women in Medieval Egypt: The Case of the Mamluks, by Stephen O. Murray / Homosexuality Among Slave Elites in Ottoman Turkey, by Stephen O. Murray / Male Homosexuality in Ottoman Albania, by Stephen O. Murray / The Balkan Sworn Virgin: A Cross–Gendered Female Role, by Mildred Dickemann Some Nineteenth Century Reports of Islamic Homosexualities, by Stephen O. Murray / Gender–Defined Homosexual Roles in Sub–Saharan African Islamic Cultures, by Stephen O. Murray // Part IV: Anthropological Studies / Institutionalized Gender–Crossing in Southern Iraq, by Sigrid Westphal–Helbush (trans. Bradley Rose)/ The Sohari Khanith, by Stephen O. Murray / Male Ac- tresses in Islamic Parts of Indonesia and the Southern Philippines, by Stephen O. Murray / Two Baluchi Bug- gas, a Sindhi Zenana, and the Status of Hijras in Contemporary Pakistan by Nauman Naqvi & Hasan Mujtaba /The Other Side of Midnight: Pakistani Male Prostitutes, by Hasan Mutjaba / Not–So–Gay Life in Pakistan in the 1980s and 90s, by Badruddin Khan / Two Islamic AIDS Education Organizations, by Eric Allyn & Stephen O. Murray / Conclusion, by Stephen O. Murray & Will Roscoe.

Siraj, Asifa. (2006). The Islamic concepts of masculinity and femininity. Thesis (Ph.D.) – University of Glasgow.