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Log In Sign Up. Add Social Profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. Abdennur Prado. Unfollow Follow Unblock. Other Affiliations:. Ivan Illich , Cristianismo , and Modernidad. Save to Library. Poetry , Translation of Poetry , Haiku , and Commentary. Muslim Masculinities: an open process more. This paper is divided in three parts. The first and shorter one traces the traditional symbolical framework to which are subject masculine-feminine relations in Islam.
The second and more extended part deals with the establishment of a The second and more extended part deals with the establishment of a patriarchal model of masculinity as an historical process.
The third and last part, I will refer to the impact of colonialism and the current situation, asking about the possibilities of a feminist Muslim masculinity. The Unique Nature of European Islam more.
Islam , European Islam , and Islam in Spain. Pathways to Peace more. Publication Date: Being Muslim in Spain more. Publisher: europa. Publisher: dialnet. Publisher: libros. View on libros. El islam anterior al Islam more. Publisher: books. Remember me on this computer. Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link.
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Muslim Masculinities by Abdennur Prado
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Every genre is covered: classical, traditional, modernist and reformist. And we must not forget the digital media: a quick search on YouTube alone will generate over two million hits. Works on gender issues are, almost exclusively, about women. Yet any discussion of gender is incomplete without a consideration of masculinity. This may be due to the fact that we cannot define a unique and univocal Islamic concept of masculinity. The concept of masculinity dominant in a precise historical moment, in Islam as in any other religion or culture, is conditioned by economics, society, class, age, ethnicity, membership, history and political situation. Moreover, highlighting the historicity of the concept of masculinity keeps us from falling into the trap of essentialism.
Islam Anterior by Abdennur Prado
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