Gender, Sexuality, and the Body in Asian Muslim Societies

TitleGender, Sexuality, and the Body in Asian Muslim Societies
Publication TypeFilm
Year Released2005
AuthorsJaschok M, Haq H, Kamp M, Reddy C, Siviramakrishnan K
Series TitleIslam, Asia, Modernity
EditionPanel 2 of 6
PublisherHenry M. Jackson School of International Studies
KeywordsGate-keeping, Gender Equality, Women's Mosques
Synopsis

A three day conference to explore the changing politics, practices, and representations of Islam in Asia; how these changes are studied, documented, taught, and represented in the academy and the media; and how these practices affect politics, society, and culture in Muslim Asia.
Panel 2 of 6:
Maria Jaschok, University of Oxford (UK): "Purity" (jie) and the Muslim Body Politic: Women's Mosques, Gate-Keeping and Gender Equality in Central China's Hui Muslim Communities
Huma Haq, Quaid-I-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan: Majlis: A Discourse Analysis of a Shiite Ritual in Pakistan
Marianne Kamp, University of Wyoming: Gender, Bodies, and Deference: Reproducing Hierarchy in Central Asia

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