15 Dr.Katherine Bullock | Rethinking Muslim Women and the Veil.. | A Conversation With The Author


The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the author solely and do not necessarily reflect the views of Islamic Literary Society. Since we are critically-thinking human beings, the views of the author may be subject to change, revision, and rethinking at any time. Dr. Katherine Bullock hosted by Lauren Booth challenges the popular western notion that the veil is a symbol of Muslim women’s oppression. In postulating a positive theory of the hijab the author challenges with great sophistication liberal feminists’ who criticize the choice of women to cover themselves as ultimately un-liberating.The author argues that in a culture of consumerism, the hijāb can be experienced as a liberation from the tyranny of the beauty myth and the thin “ideal” woman.
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Islam and the Arab Revolutions. The Ulama Between Democracy and Autocracy. Book Launch

Islam and the Arab Revolutions. The Ulama Between Democracy and Autocracy. Islamic literary society is proud to announce its first book launch with Dr. Usaama al-Azami. Islam and the Arab Revolutions. The Ulama Between Democracy and Autocracy This is a ground breaking study of the Arab Revolutions and the role the scholarly class have played in shaping the Middle East. Join Dr. Usaama al-Azami to discover the thesis of the book and its place in a contemporary Middle East socio-political sphere.

Islam and the Arab Revolutions. The Ulama Between Democracy and Autocracy. Islamic literary society is proud to announce its first book launch with Dr. Usaama al-Azami. Islam and the Arab

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Dr. Ramon Harvey | The Qur’an and the Just Society | A Conversation With The Author

The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the author solely and do not necessarily reflect the views of Islamic Literary Society. Since we are critically-thinking human beings, the views of the author may be subject to change, revision, and rethinking at any time. Dr. Ramon Harvey discusses his book The Qur’an and the Just Society with Shaykh Junaid Dar. answering questions such as: Are there epistemological differences between the Quranic sense of just society and that of the West?. Is there any relationship between Just society and the Adamic Fitra?. Can Individualism as a societal theory be compatible with the Islamic Collective societal theory? and. much more.

The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the author solely and do not necessarily reflect the views of Islamic Literary Society. Since we are critically-thinking human

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# 13 Dr. Abdur Rahman | Handbook of a Healthy Muslim Marriage | A Conversation With The Author

‘Handbook of a Healthy Muslim Marriage’ is Shaykh Abdur Rahman Mangera’s latest book. In this interview, we get a glimpse into Shaykh Abdur Rahman’s -written and well-researched marriage guidebook. With a wealth of experience and a warm sympathetic tone, the author discusses the book with our host Junaid Dar and answers some difficult questions.

‘Handbook of a Healthy Muslim Marriage’ is Shaykh Abdur Rahman Mangera’s latest book. In this interview, we get a glimpse into Shaykh Abdur Rahman’s -written and well-researched marriage guidebook. With

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# 12 Dr. Mahmoud Khalifa |The Signifying Slave | A Conversation With The Author

The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the author solely and do not necessarily reflect the views of Islamic Literary Society. Since we are critically-thinking human beings, the views of the author may be subject to change, revision, and rethinking at any time.

Dr. Mahmoud Khalifa’s article ‘The Signifying Slave: Literate African Muslim Slaves in Antebellum America between Orientalism and Racism’ looks into the life of educated Muslim slaves and how the Western world looked at them and how they were categorized. Join our host Usthad Junaid to discover and analyze the article with the author.

The views and opinions expressed in this video are those of the author solely and do not necessarily reflect the views of Islamic Literary Society. Since we are critically-thinking human

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