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by Azra Asghar Ali

Category: Asia
Subcategory: History books
Author: Azra Asghar Ali
ISBN: 0195791525
ISBN13: 978-0195791525
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press (June 1, 2000)
Pages: 316
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The role and status of Muslim women surfaced at the end of the nineteenth century as a part of the large anti-colonialist movements.

The role and status of Muslim women surfaced at the end of the nineteenth century as a part of the large anti-colonialist movements.

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This book highlights the diverse efforts made by a wide range of groups-the government, Christian missionaries, social reformers, and the women themselves-to bring about the emancipation of Muslim women in India. It looks closely at changes in education and in medical care, particularly at programs to improve maternal health. It also details the struggle of women to win the right to vote.

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Her study of women's perspectives and participation in the Age of Consent Bill debates clearly demonstrates how the rebellion of wives and their assertion in the . Books related to The Emergence of Feminism in India, 1850-1920.

Her study of women's perspectives and participation in the Age of Consent Bill debates clearly demonstrates how the rebellion of wives and their assertion in the colonial courts had resulted in male reaction to reform rather than the current historiographical claims that it was a response purely to threats posed by 'colonial masculinity'. Anagol's investigation of the growth of the women's press, their writings and participation in the wider vernacular press highlights the relationship between symbolic or 'hidden' resistance and open assertion by women  .

This study uncovers the responses of Indian Muslims who were drawn to socialist ideas between the Bolshevik Revolution and Partition

This study uncovers the responses of Indian Muslims who were drawn to socialist ideas between the Bolshevik Revolution and Partition. From the Pan-Islamist muhajirin, who migrated to Soviet Central Asia during the Khilafat agitation of 1919�24, to the upper-class literary radicals of the Progressive Writers Movement of the 1930s and 1940s, socialism provided Muslim radicals with an intellectual toolkit for analysing their own society and constructing strategies for emancipation from Western oppression

This study uncovers the responses of Indian Muslims who were drawn to socialist ideas between the . The reconciliation of basic Islamic principles with modernity has been a major challenge for Muslims over the last two centuries.

This study uncovers the responses of Indian Muslims who were drawn to socialist ideas between the Bolshevik Revolution and Partition. The Emergence of Socialist Thought Among North Indian Muslims, 1917-1947. Khizar Humayun Ansari. This study uncovers the responses of Indian Muslims who were drawn to socialist ideas between the Bolshevik Revolution and Partition.

This book highlights the diverse efforts made by a wide range of groups--the government, Christian missionaries, social reformers, and the women themselves--to bring about the emancipation of Muslim women in India. It looks closely at changes in education and in medical care, particularly at government-sponsored programs to improve maternal health. It also details the struggle of women to win the right to vote. The book is based on primary archival research, making it an invaluable resource for students of women's history and of the history of British India.
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