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

3 Education and Empowerment

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.

3 Education and Empowerment

3 Education and Empowerment

Editor: Mina Hattori, Yasuko Kobayashi
Publishing Date: 2020/12/31
272 pages, 2,500 yen + tax

Contents

  • Preface (Eiji Nagasawa)
  • Introduction (Mina Hattori and Yasuko Kobayashi)

PART I History: Reforms, Thoughts, and Movements in Female Education

  • Chapter 1 Fairness and/or Consideration: Gender and Education in the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey (Kiyohiko Hasebe)
  •  Column 1 Tradition of Girls’ Education and Female Teachers: Examples from the Ottoman Empire (Jun Akiba)
  • Chapter 2 The Establishment of Modern Education for Women in Iran (Kazumi Yamazaki)
  • Chapter 3 Discourse on the Emancipation of Muslim Women in Colonial Algeria during the Interwar Period (1918-1939): From an Analysis of the Indigenous School Teachers Review, La Voix des Humbles (Marco Sottile)
  •  Column 2 Bint al-Shati’: A Life between Modernity and Tradition (Misako Ikeda)
  • Chapter 4 Why Was the Education Needed for Malay Muslim Women?: the Philosophical Confusion over Female Education in Malaya between the Early 20th Century and the 1960's (Hiroko Kushimoto)
  • Chapter 5 Development of the Scouting Movement for Muslimah in Indonesia (Mina Hattori)
  • Chapter 6 Islamic Female Education in Egypt: Narratives of Teachers in al-Azhar Women’s School (Naoyoshi Uchida)

PART II The Present: Social Transformation and Education

  • Chapter 7 Pious Women’s Activism in Turkey: Two Women’s Movements with Different Perspectives on the İmam Hatip Schools and the Headscarf (İdiris Danışmaz)
  •  Column 3 Sexuality Education for Muslim Pupils?: Debates over Educational Materials in the Netherlands (Reiko Mihara)
  • Chapter 8 No More Egyptian Dreams: The Educational Double Standard in Contemporary Egypt (Junko Toriyama)
  • Chapter 9 Muslim Women's Aspirations to Study at the International Branch Campuses of Western Universities in Qatar (Yusuke Nakajima)
  •  Column 4 Women in Yemen, the Lowest-ranked Country in Gender Equality (Reiko Otsubo) 
  • Chapter 10 Challenges to Eliminating Gender Disparities in Remote Rural Bangladesh: Two Decadal Transitions after Educational Development (Tatsuya Kusakabe)
  • Chapter 11 Reverse Gender Gap at Malaysian Public Universities: Advancing Women's Higher Education―Its Light and Shadow (Akiko Kamogawa)
  • Chapter 12 Portraits of Indonesian Families: Analysis of Elementary School Textbooks (Yasuko Kobayashi) 
  •  Column 5 Women Living with the Learning Activities of Mosques in Indonesia (Yuki Nakata)
  •  Column 6 Women’s Learning and Community Activities in Uzbekistan (Asuka Kawano)
  • Chapter 13 Islamic Education for Women in China: A Prescription for Overcoming Discrimination? (Masumi Matsumoto)
  •  Column 7 Experiences of Cooperation in Girls’ Education in Afghanistan (Chisa Hara)