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Record ID: 07b89aa1-d53b-402b-8891-b057754ba42e
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004473225_006
Type: text
Title: Muslim women’s agency in Australian domestic violence services
Other Titles: Muslim women and agency : an Australian context
Authors: Carland, Susan
Krayem, Ghena
Krayem, Mehal
Keywords: Muslim women - Australia;Women in Islam - Australia;Agent (Philosophy);Muslim women - Political activity - Australia
ANRA Topic: Health, primary care and specialist service responses
ANRA Population: Culturally and linguistically diverse communities
Year: 2021
Publisher: Brill
Citation: 38
Series/Report no.: Muslim women and agency : an Australian context
Abstract:  "Muslim women's freedom, or assumed lack thereof, has long been a Western obsession. Almost never do we ask, what does agency look like to Muslim women? Who or what do they think constrains them, and how do they challenge that? Focussing on the little-researched area of the Australian Muslim community, this book brings together for the first time diverse accounts from Australian Muslim researchers, leaders, and community workers to interrogate how Muslim women understand, experience, and fight for agency. Academic and activist, personal and political, this ground-breaking book features the people at the centre of the debate. Contributors are Feda Abdo, Amira Aftab, Mahsheed Ansari, Fadi Baghdadi, Susan Carland, Tasneem Chopra, Mehreen Faruqi, Derya Iner, Balawyn Jones, Souha Korbatieh, Ghena Krayem, Mehal Krayem and Ayah Wehbe"-- Provided by publisher.
Notes: 

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Contents:  1. Introduction / Susan Carland and Ghena Krayem -- 2. Al-Muʼminah Down Under: The Untold Stories and Legacies of Muslim Women Pioneers in Australia / Mahsheed Ansari -- 3. Muslim Women's Agency Through a Feminist Institutionalist Lens / Amira Aftab -- 4. Western and Australian Women's Agency to Counter Islamophobia / Derya Iner and Souha Korbatieh -- 5. Muslim Women's Agency in Australian Domestic Violence Services / Ghena Krayem and Mehal Krayem -- 6. The Pathology of Hyper Masculinity and Abuse in Muslim Leadership / Tasneem Chopra -- 7. The Difficulty of Muslim Women Fighting Sexism: Then and Now / Susan Carland -- 8. Rejecting the Reductionism of Muslim Women / Fadi Baghdadi -- 9. 'Left out' and 'Ignored': Experiences of Australian, Lebanese-Muslim Women with Hearing Loss / Ayah Wehbe -- 10. Finding a Way Forward: The Revival of Female Islamic Scholarship in Australia / Feda Abdo and Balawyn Jones -- 11. Politics of Representation: Overcoming the Narrow Perception of Muslim Women / Mehreen Faruqi -- Index.
URI: https://anrows.intersearch.com.au/anrowsjspui/handle/1/17706
ISBN: 9789004400573 ((hardback))
metadata.dc.identifier.lccn: 2021038266
Physical description: pages cm
Appears in Collections:ANROWS Notepad 2021
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