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Educating Muslim Women

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SKU: TBKEMW
Weight: 0.522 kg
Publisher: Kube Publishing Ltd
ISBN-13: 9781847740441
Author: Beverly E. Clarity & Karl Stowasser & Ronald G. Wolfe & D. R. Woodhead and Wayne Beene
Format: Paperback
Ages: Adults
Language: English
Theme: Women
Pages: 256
Dimensions: (25.4 x 17.78)
First Publishing Date: 02/28/2013
Current Publishing Date: 02/28/2013
Current Edition: 1st

This book, richly illustrated with maps and photographs, recounts Asma’u’s upbringing and critical junctures in her life, from several perspectives: her own first-hand experiences presented in her writings; the accounts of contemporaries who witnessed her endeavours; and the memoirs of European travellers. The authors have drawn on a variety of primary sources, mostly unpublished, as well as modern scholarship. For the account of her legacy, her present influence, and how her example is being sustained and adapted, they have depended on extensive field studies in Nigeria, and documents pertaining to the efforts of women in Nigeria and the USA to develop a collective voice and establish their rights as women and Muslims in today’s societies.

Nana Asma’u (1793–1864) was a prolific Muslim scholar, poet, historian, and educator. Daughters are still named after her; her poems, read and recited privately and in public, still move people profoundly; the memory of her remains a vital source of inspiration and hope. She was a devout, learned Muslim, courageous, independent-minded, and able to observe, record, interpret and influence the major public events that happened around her. Her example as an educator is still followed: the system she set up in the first quarter of the nineteenth century, for the education of rural women, has not only survived in its homeland – through the traumas of the colonization of West Africa and the establishment of the modern state of Nigeria – but is also being revived and adapted elsewhere, notably among Muslim women in the USA.


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Tajoora in Brief

Tajoora LTD was registered in England on 2015 11 03 as a UK-based business to serve the purpose of providing quality educational materials and services to the people in the UK and in the EU (European Union).

Tajoora through its websites, tajoora.co.uk, tajoora.com and tajura.co.uk strive to distribute best-in-class Arabic Learning and Islamic Studies curricula and books; as well as supplemental and educational products. We also distribute our products through UK and EU retailers.

Tajoora is proud to act as a UK/EU branch of Noorart Inc. (noorart.com) of the USA. Noorart has been a leader in publishing and distributing Arabic and Islamic Educational items for the past 19 years.

Tajoora's Mission

Tajoora is dedicated to educating and inspiring our worldwide Muslim and Arab youth by distributing quality educational products.

Because we take the responsibility of being a leader in the community seriously, we choose to employ the best business practices available.

Tajoora: Your Partner in Islamic Education

Arab and Muslim parents often feel overwhelmed with the task of providing an Arabic and Islamic education to their children.

Tajoora (and its parent company, Noorart) understand this and have accepted the challenge of providing quality Arabic and Islamic products to assist these dedicated parents.

In fact, Tajoora –following suit of its parent company Noorart – has created an entire school division to fill the needs of Arabic and Islamic educators around the UK and the EU.

We offer the largest and most diverse selection of Arabic and Islamic curricula available in the world. Not only are private schools benefiting from these extraordinary products, but Arabic and Islamic learning centers and homeschoolers also take advantage of Tajoora’s offerings.

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