The Resource Qur'an of the oppressed : liberation theology and gender justice in Islam, Shadaab Rahemtulla, (electronic resource)

Qur'an of the oppressed : liberation theology and gender justice in Islam, Shadaab Rahemtulla, (electronic resource)

Label
Qur'an of the oppressed : liberation theology and gender justice in Islam
Title
Qur'an of the oppressed
Title remainder
liberation theology and gender justice in Islam
Statement of responsibility
Shadaab Rahemtulla
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This study analyses the commentaries of four Muslim intellectuals who have turned to scripture as a liberating text to confront an array of problems, from patriarchy, racism, and empire to poverty and interreligious communal violence
Member of
Cataloging source
EBLCP
Dewey number
297.2/72
Index
index present
LC call number
BP173.7
LC item number
.R29 2017
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Oxford theology and religion monographs
Label
Qur'an of the oppressed : liberation theology and gender justice in Islam, Shadaab Rahemtulla, (electronic resource)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Qurán of the Oppressed: Liberation Theology and Gender Justice in Islam; Copyright; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; 1: Introduction; Ontology as Methodology; The Study; 2: Theology of the Margins: The Reading of Farid Esack; Introduction; Historical Context; Interpretive Method; The Order of the Texts; Contests over Contexts: From Scholarly Project to Liberating Exegesis; Islam and the Task of Liberation; On Divine Justice; Esack and the Exodus: A Critique and a Proposal; Towards a Comprehensive Justice: Prophetic Solidarity
  • Interfaith Solidarity and a Commitment to the MarginsBeyond Dialogue; Islam as a Theology of the Margins; Conclusions; 3: From the Hereafter to the Here and Now: The Reading of Asghar Ali Engineer; Introduction; Historical Context; Islamic Texts and Sacred Authority; Qurán First; Between Exegesis and Essentialism; On Authority; A Revolutionary Faith; Islam and Liberation Theology; Karbala: An Islamic Paradigm of Liberation; An All-Encompassing Justice? Class, Gender,and Pluralism; Secularism, Modernism, Peace: Three Critiques; Communal Violence and the Secular Alternative
  • Reading for Justice: A Different ApproachThe Infinite Justice of the One God; Our Father who art in Heaven; Fathers: Earthly Surrogates of God?; Prophetic Paradigms: Abraham and Muhammad; A Hermeneutical Irony; Qurán and Gender Ii: Modern Patriarchy; From Biological Sex to Politicized Gender; On Mothering, Polygamy, and Veiling; Revisiting a Difficult Verse; Critical Interpretation or Apologetic Argument?; Islam: A Double Critique; Between a Rock and a Hard Place; 9/11 and Empire; On Class and Race; Twin Fundamentalisms; Conclusions; 6: Conclusions: On Thematic Readings; Introduction
  • Reason and Literacy: A Modernist HermeneuticIs a Theology of Liberation Necessarilya Theology of Peace?; Conclusions; 4: Gender Justice as a Way of Life: The Reading of Amina Wadud; Introduction; Language and its Discontents; Historical Context; Hermeneutical Approach; A Quránic Discourse; An Exegesis for the Present (and who hasthe authority to do it); Between Praxis and Application; Qurán and Gender Justice; Women Reading as Women; The Origins of Humankind; The Justice of Divine Judgement; The Final Abodes; Polygamy, Veiling, and Seclusion; The Family: Then and Now
  • Saying No to (the Literal Letter of) the TextOn Gender Mainstreaming and Male Solidarity; Paradigms of Struggle: Tawhid and Khilafa; Justice for All; Liberation for Whom?; On Race and Religious Pluralism; Class and Global Politics: A Problematic Analysis; Hagar: The Complexity of Oppression Embodied; Walking the Walk: Justice as a Way of Life; Conclusions; 5: Against Patriarchy: The Reading of Asma Barlas; Introduction; Historical Context; Methodology; The Primacy of the Word; How to Read the Qurán: Hermeneutical Strategies; Qurán and Gender I: Traditional Patriarchy
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ocn972292093
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Extent
1 online resource
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Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191837753
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Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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Specific material designation
remote
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  • (OCoLC)972292093
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