2 edition of Religion, rights, and the politics of transnational feminism in Bangladesh found in the catalog.
Religion, rights, and the politics of transnational feminism in Bangladesh
Dina M. Siddiqi
by Centre for Northeast India, South and Southeast Asia Studies, Omeo Kumar Das Institute for Social Change and Development in Guwahati
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 29-32).
|Statement||Dina M. Siddiqi.|
|Series||CENISEAS papers ;, no. 2|
|Contributions||Centre for Northeast India, South and Southeast Asia Studies.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1745.6.A62-.Z7 (H9)+|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||2004329011|
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Transnational Feminism in the United States is essential reading, ushering us into a more ethical practice of feminism and politics." (Nikol G. Alexander-Floyd,author of Gender, Race, and Nationalism in Contemporary Black Politics)Cited by: Transnational feminism refers to both a contemporary feminist paradigm and the corresponding activist movement.
Both the theories and activist practices are concerned with how globalization and capitalism affect people across nations, races, genders, classes, and sexualities. This movement asks to critique the ideologies of traditional white, classist, western models of feminist practices from.
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* Women for Women. Workshop Religion Empowerment: Voice of Grassroots Women in Bangladesh. * Women for Women and UNICEF. Situation of Women in Bangladesh * Religion. Bhuiyan, Rabia. Legal Rights of Hindu Women in Marriage and Divorce.
Steinem named religion as one of three “biggest problems” after anti-feminism and income disparity: “What we don’t talk about enough is religion. I think that spirituality is one thing. Reviews "Feminist and Queer Theory is a vital contribution to the field of women's, gender, and sexuality studies.
The authors have created a rigorous reader that is also accessible--it is unique, timely, and extremely valuable. The book's transnational focus only adds to its originality and value."--Corie Hammers, Macalester College "Feminist and Queer Theory moves past the assumptions of a U.
The politics of implementing women's rights in Bangladesh Globalization, gender, and religion: The politics of women's rights in Catholic and Muslim contexts Jan Najma ChowdhuryAuthor: Elora Chowdhury.
It addresses the gap in contemporary theoretical discourse amongst educators teaching literary and cultural texts by and about Muslim Women, and brings scholars from the fields of education, literary and cultural studies, and Muslim women’s studies to examine the politics and ethics of transnational anti-colonial reading practices and pedagogy.
Feminism in Bangladesh. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better. She organizes the main philosophical traditions and fault lines that form the intellectual terrain at the intersection of feminism, religion and politics in two broad groups: feminist critiques of. This book aims to problematize two simplifications of the relationship between women’s rights, Islam, and democracy: first, treating women’s rights as a litmus test of liberal democracy in Muslim societies, and second, the binary opposition which pits secular rights advocates against religious opponents of equality (1).
In this book, you have essays about a work and world of literature that exists only in the imagination of Borges. There is a transnational quality to Borges’s writing. He has references rooted in Europe, Africa and Asia in a way that is so audacious as to be unprecedented. Transnational feminist theorists and practitioners vary in how they phrase "transnational feminism".
Variations include "transnational feminisms", or "transnational feminist praxis" and "transnational practices" Amanda Swarr and Richa Nagar, in their book Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis, give a list of the now outdated terms that describe transnational feminist practices.
Written by feminist scholars over a period of nearly thirty years, the selected readings are wide-ranging in content, offer a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural perspective, and reflect the work of scholars working within religious studies as well as other introductory essays link the sections and are packed with useful information on resources, issues, and the current debates.3/5(1).
"Making Transnational Feminism (Thayer, ) is a great illustration of the processes that lead to organizational movements, and it is a book that is appropriate for students, educators, feminists, nongovernmental organization (NGO) workers, and others who are generally interested in transnational social : Paperback.
Bangladesh has made remarkable strides towards gender equality in a relatively short period by reducing maternal mortality, expanding roles for women in politics, and considerably closing the gender gap in school enrollment at the primary and secondary levels.
Access to education. Christine Pae is Associate Professor of Religion, Queer Studies, Women’s & Gender Studies at Denison University. As a Christian feminist ethicist, Christine’s academic interests include feminist peacemaking and interfaith spiritual activism, transnationalized militarism with focus on intersection between gender and race, transnational feminist ethics, and Asian/Asian-American.
Abstract. The very recent phenomenon called Islamic feminism receives quite a lot of attention from academia and media alike. Although it is basically a discourse whose strategy and praxis is primarily script related, there seems to be an overt tendency to equate Islamic feminism with an ideology for a transnational social or political movement.
Q: Feminism and religion are a dan-gerous mix. The task of feminists is to ensure that religion does not constrain wom-en’s legal rights. Since most societ-ies, whether in the United States or Bangladesh, are informed by their religious beliefs, feminists face a formidable challenge.
But I. Essay on Rita M. Gross' Feminism and Religion Words | 17 Pages. In her book Feminism and Religion, Rita M.
Gross provides readers with an introduction to the need for, and benefits of, androgynous scholarship in the field of religious studies. Gross strives to make readers aware of the dangers of androcentric, Eurocentric scholarship. Globalization, Gender and Religion: The Politics of Women's Rights in Catholic and Muslim Contexts, eds Jane H.
Bayes and Nayereh Tohidi, New York: Palgrave, For the editors, the motivation for this book was the astonishing alliance between the Roman Catholic Church and fundamentalist Islam to resist the progressive agenda of women's.“Transnational Feminism” is a response to “global” and “international” feminisms that have tended to view the world from a Eurocentric, colonialist perspective.
Under the rubric of transnational feminism theorists look at interrelationships between and among players situated in different contexts across the Size: 46KB.