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Gender and power in Indonesian Islam : leaders, feminists, Sufis and pesantren selves / edited by Bianca J. Smith and Mark Woodward.

Contributor(s): Smith, Bianca J., editor of compilation. | Woodward, Mark R.,, 1952- editor of compilation.
Call number: BP173.4 G46 2014 Material type: TextTextSeries: Asian Studies Association of Australia women in Asia series.Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2014.Description: xii, 194 pages ; 24 cm..Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780415643580 (hardback)Contained works: Smith, Bianca J. De-colonizing Islam and Muslim feminism..Subject(s): Women in Islam -- Indonesia. | Muslim women -- Indonesia. | Sufism -- Indonesia. | Islamic fundamentalism -- Indonesia. | Islam -- Social aspects -- Indonesia.DDC classification: 297.082/09598
Contents:
De-colonizing Islam and Muslim feminism / Bianca J. Smith and Mark Woodward -- Between Sufi and Salafi subjects : contested female leadership, spiritual power and gender matters in Lombok / Bianca J. Smith and Saipul Hamdi -- Leadership and authority : women leading dayah in Aceh / Asna Husin -- Gender in contemporary Acehnese dayah : moving beyond docile agency? / Eka Srimulyani -- When wahyu comes through women : female spiritual authority and divine revelation in mystical groups and pesantren-Sufi orders / Bianca J. Smith -- Reframing the gendered dimension of Islamic spirituality : silsilah and the "problem" of female leadership in tarekat / Asfa Widiyanto -- Interpreting and enacting Islamic feminism in Pesantren Al-Muayyad Windan / Saipul Hamdi -- Women's negotiation of status and space in a Muslim fundamentalist movement / Inayah Rohmaniyah -- The tawdry tale of Syech Puji and Lutfiana : child marriage and polygamy on the boundary of the pesantren world / Mark Woodward and Inayah Rohmanyiah -- Constructing sexuality in a panopticon pesantren / Mustaghrioh Rahayu.
Summary: "This book discusses the understandings of gender and Islam in pesantren and Sufi orders in Indonesia. It contributes to the decolonization of the anthropology of Islam in Indonesia, confronting ideological and intellectual tropes of (neo)-colonialism in two ways. Firstly, it deconstructs categories denying the "authenticity" of Indonesian Islams on the basis of comparison with the Arab Middle East, and secondly, it critically examines the salience of expatriate and diasporic Middle Eastern Muslim feminist discourses and secular western feminist analyses in Indonesian contexts"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

De-colonizing Islam and Muslim feminism / Bianca J. Smith and Mark Woodward -- Between Sufi and Salafi subjects : contested female leadership, spiritual power and gender matters in Lombok / Bianca J. Smith and Saipul Hamdi -- Leadership and authority : women leading dayah in Aceh / Asna Husin -- Gender in contemporary Acehnese dayah : moving beyond docile agency? / Eka Srimulyani -- When wahyu comes through women : female spiritual authority and divine revelation in mystical groups and pesantren-Sufi orders / Bianca J. Smith -- Reframing the gendered dimension of Islamic spirituality : silsilah and the "problem" of female leadership in tarekat / Asfa Widiyanto -- Interpreting and enacting Islamic feminism in Pesantren Al-Muayyad Windan / Saipul Hamdi -- Women's negotiation of status and space in a Muslim fundamentalist movement / Inayah Rohmaniyah -- The tawdry tale of Syech Puji and Lutfiana : child marriage and polygamy on the boundary of the pesantren world / Mark Woodward and Inayah Rohmanyiah -- Constructing sexuality in a panopticon pesantren / Mustaghrioh Rahayu.

"This book discusses the understandings of gender and Islam in pesantren and Sufi orders in Indonesia. It contributes to the decolonization of the anthropology of Islam in Indonesia, confronting ideological and intellectual tropes of (neo)-colonialism in two ways. Firstly, it deconstructs categories denying the "authenticity" of Indonesian Islams on the basis of comparison with the Arab Middle East, and secondly, it critically examines the salience of expatriate and diasporic Middle Eastern Muslim feminist discourses and secular western feminist analyses in Indonesian contexts"-- Provided by publisher.

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