Governance Feminism’s Imperial Misadventure: Progress International Law, and the Security of Afghan Women
Contesting Feminisms explores how Asian Muslim women make decisions on appropriating Islam and Islamic lifestyles through their own participation in the faith. The contributors highlight the fact that secularism has provided the space for some women to reclaim their religious identity and their own feminisms. Through compelling case studies and theoretical discussions, this volume challenges mainstream Western and national feminisms that presume homogeneity of Muslim women’s lives to provide a deeper understanding of the multiple realities of feminism in Muslim communities.
Asian Studies, Feminist, Gender Studies, India and South Asian Studies, Islam, Religion, Women's Studies, Women in Religion
Islamic Studies | Religion | Women's Studies
Cyra A. Choudhury, Governance Feminism’s Imperial Misadventure: Progress International Law, and the Security of Afghan Women, in CONTESTING FEMINISMS: GENDER AND ISLAM IN ASIA, (Huma Ahmed-Ghosh edt., 2015).