Introduction: Narratives of Muslim Womanhood and Women's Agency Minako Sakaia and Samina Yasmeenb 1. Performing Muslim Womanhood: Muslim Business Women Moderating Islamic Practices in Contemporary Indonesia Minako Sakai and Amelia Fauzia 2. Pakistan, Muslim Womanhood and Social Jihad: Narratives of Umm Abd Muneeb Samina Yasmeen 3. The Malaysian Islamization Phenomenon: The Underlying Dynamics and Their Impact on Muslim Women Bob Olivier 4. Negotiating Modernity: Women Workers, Islam and Urban Trajectory in Indonesia Nicolaas Warouw 5. Traditional, Islamic and National Law in the Experience of Indonesian Muslim Women Bernard Adeney-Risakotta 6. Between Texts and Contexts: Contemporary Muslim Gender Roles Shamim Samani
Minako Sakai teaches at Southeast Asian Social Inquiry and Indonesian Studies at the University of New South Wales, Australia. She has published widely on Islamic businesses, microfinance and women, development policies and identity politics in Indonesia. She is also an Adjunct Associate Professor at CAP, the Australian National University. Samina Yasmeen is Director of the Centre for Muslim States and Societies and teaches Political Science and International Relations at the University of Western Australia. She has conducted extensive research on Islamisation, jihadism and women in Pakistan, as well as Muslim citizenship in Western liberal societies.
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