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Islamic Law, Gender and Social Change in Post-Abolition.

"Islamic Law, Gender and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar is a pioneering study of the practice of Islamic law in Zanzibar with a particular focus on gender dynamics and social change. This text is a highly welcome contribution to the fields of Islamic studies, gender studies and the history of Zanzibar in the colonial period.". Mar 17, 2015 · "Islamic Law, Gender and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar is a pioneering study of the practice of Islamic law in Zanzibar with a particular focus on gender dynamics and social change. This text is a highly welcome contribution to the fields of Islamic studies, gender studies and the history of Zanzibar in the colonial period.". By using difficult-to-read Islamic court records in Arabic, Elke Stockreiter reassesses the workings of these courts as well as gender and social relations in Zanzibar Town during British colonial rule. By using difficult-to-read Islamic court records in Arabic, Elke Stockreiter reassesses the workings of these courts as well as gender and social relations in Zanzibar Town during British colonial.

Susan F. Hirsch, George Mason University, Virginia "Islamic Law, Gender and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar is a pioneering study of the practice of Islamic law in Zanzibar with a particular focus on gender dynamics and social change. She has completed her first book, Islamic Law, Gender, and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar Cambridge University Press, 2015, which provides new evidence on female agency and the workings of Islamic courts during the British colonial period, 1890-1963. Islamic Law, Gender, and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar, written by Elke E. Stockreiter By: Elisabeth McMahon Pages: 485–487. Jul 19, 2016 · Islamic Law, Gender, and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar, written by Elke E. Stockreiter, 2015 By: Erin E. Stiles Pages: 323–326.

Mar 04, 2016 · March 4, 2016 auhistorydept In her new book, Islamic Law, Gender and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar Cambridge University Press, 2015, Elke Stockreiter analyzes the transformation of Zanzibar’s Islamic judiciary under British colonial rule from 1890 to 1963. Islamic Law, Gender and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar by Elke Stockreiter review Nathalie Arnold Koenings; pp. 159-165; View Download contents. Richard Pankhurst 1927–2017 Paulos Milkias; pp. 166-167; View Download contents. By using difficult-to-read Islamic court records in Arabic, Elke E. Stockreiter reassesses the workings of these courts as well as gender and social relations in Zanzibar Town during British colonial rule.

Elke Stockreiter Discusses New Book on Zanzibar.

Volume 46 2016Issue 4 Aug 2016 - Brill.

título Islamic Law, Gender and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar. autor Stockreiter, Elke. editor Cambridge University Press. data de edição 12/2017. número de páginas 295. capa Mole. idioma Inglês. ISBN 9781107640931. prazo de entrega 15 a 20 dias. She has recently published her first book, Islamic Law, Gender, and Social Change in Post-Abolition Zanzibar Cambridge University Press, 2015, which provides new evidence on female agency and the workings of Islamic courts during the British colonial period, 1890-1963.

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