科研費基盤研究(A):イスラーム・ジェンダー学と現代的課題に関する応用的・実践的研究

2 Transborder Social Movements

Islam & Gender Studies Series (General Editor: Eiji Nagasawa, Akashi Shoten)

This series introduces the works of Islam & Gender Studies Project with a variety of accessible case studies. These volumes are for anyone who is interested in learning about Muslim communities and the people we live with in the world, and for anyone who wishes to study gender in depth and the relationship of gender to contemporary social issues.

2 Transborder Social Movements

2 Transborder Social Movements

Editor: Keiko Takaki
Publishing Date: 2020/3/31
260 pages, 2,500 yen + tax

In today's globalized world, social movements transcend borders and boundaries in ways that sometimes transform the world. How do social movements spread and evolve in the Islamic world, a world which often seen as conservative with respect to gender issues? This collection reports various case studies and examples from countries in the region.

Contents

  • Preface (Eiji Nagasawa)
  • Introduction: Gender Development Index and Freedom Scores (Keiko Takaki)

PART I Modernization and Feminism Movements in Muslim Countries

  • Chapter 1: The Rise of Islam and Evolution of Islamic Law for Women (Hitomi Ono)
  • Chapter 2: Egyptian Women's Movement in the Long Twentieth Century: Expected and Unexpected Developments of Solidarity (Emi Goto)
  • Chapter 3: Women’s Movements in Tunisia: From the State Feminism to the Civil Feminism (Keiko Takaki)
  •  Column 1: Strategic Nonviolent Action Advocated by Gene Sharp (Maki Taniguchi)
  • Chapter 4: Women’s Suffrage Movement and National Feminism Movement in Turkey (Hiroki Wakamatsu)
  • Chapter 5: Women’s Movements in Post-revolutionary Iran: Reading Women Activists’ Narratives (Hisae Nakanishi)
  • Chapter 6: Why is Women’s Activism Absent in the Arab Gulf States? (Mayuko Okawa)
  •  Column 2: Women’s Rights in Saudi Arabia (Doaa Zaher, translated by Makiko Nambu)
  •  Column 3: Trial and Errors of the Early Women's Movements in Indonesia (Yasuko Kobayashi)

PART II  Transborder Social Movements and Gender

  • Chapter 7: Activities and Engagements for the Women’s Issues in Turkish Civil Society (Aya Kokaki)
  •  Column 4: Turkish Immigrant Women Practicing the Hizmet Movement in the USA: Iftar Dinner in New York City (Kyoko Shiga)
  • Chapter 8: Transnationalism and Gender as Strategies: The Case of Alevis in Europe and Turkey (Shinsaku Ishikawa)
  •  Column 5: Ecumenical Movement of the Alawi Sufi Order and the SDGs (Keiko Takaki)
  • Chapter 9: American Muslim Youth and the Making of Inclusive Communities (Kei Takahashi)
  •  Column 6: Turkish Women’s Actions to Protect Themselves (Harumi Arai)
  •  Column 7: Ni Una Menos: Protest against Femicides from Latin America (Shukuko Ika)
  • Chapter 10: Women Beyond Boarders: Ahmadiyya as Trans-Border Religious Movement (Hiroko Minesaki)
  • Chapter 11: Congress of Indonesian Women Ulama: A Very Significant and Unique Event in the World (Yo Nonaka)
  •  Column 8: In the Shade of Hijab: The Struggle of Patani Women in Malaysia (Naomi Nishi)
  •  Column 9: Muslim Feminism in the Activities of Musawah (Hitomi Ono)
  •  Column 10: No Distinction of Sex: Women Leaders of the Niassene Tijāniyya Sufi Order of Senegal (Keiko Mori)
  • Chapter 12: Peace Movement by Israeli Women “Women Wage Peace”: In Search of Cooperation with Palestinians and Beyond (Wakako Kobayashi)
  •  Column 11: “Water + Salt = Dignity”: Prisoners’ Movement in Palestine (Makiko Nambu)
  •  Column 12: Rap, Gender, Social Movement (Kaoru Yamamoto)
  • Chapter 13: “Gay-friendly” Israel: Transnational activism and politics (Hiroshi Yasui)

Appendix: List of NGOs and Institutes concerning Women and Gender Issues Reference