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Muslim Women and Islamic Resurgence: Religion, Education and Identity Politics in Bahrain

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Bahrain's tumultuous political landscape often overshadows the societal upheavals that this tiny country is facing. Sophia Pandya cuts through this to examine how international Islamic revivalism coupled with increased secular education has impacted Muslim women's religious practice and public position. She unsettles assumptions that education is a secularizing force for M ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published January 8th 2013 by I. B. Tauris (first published September 18th 2012)
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Sophia Pandya is a professor of religious studies, California State University Long Beach.

http://csulb.academia.edu/SophiaPandya
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