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by Beverly B. Mack

Author: Beverly B. Mack
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Indiana University Press; 4.1.2000 edition (May 22, 2000)
Pages: 224 pages
Category: Other
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One Woman's Jihad: Nana . .has been added to your Cart. Beverly B. Mack is Assistant Professor of African and African-American Studies at the University of Kansas.

One Woman's Jihad: Nana . She is the author of The Caliph's Sister and Sultan Siddiq Abubakar III.

Beverly B. Mack and Jean Boyd, One Woman's Jihad: Nana Asma’u, Scholar and Scribe, Bloomington . Includes two translated poems of Nana Asma'u

Beverly B. Mack and Jean Boyd, One Woman's Jihad: Nana Asma’u, Scholar and Scribe, Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2000. Margaret Hauwa Kassam. Includes two translated poems of Nana Asma'u. Jean Boyd and Murray Last quote the Algerian scholar Ismael Hamet writing for a French audience in 1898, lamenting the "Ligues Feministes d'Europe" did not know of Nana Asma'u's legacy.

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This book is a lively life and times of Nana Asma'u (1793-1864), a West African woman who was a Muslim scholar and poet. As the daughter of the spiritual and political leader of the Sokoto community, Asma'u was a role model and teacher for other Muslim women as well as a scholar of Islam and a key advisor to her father as he waged a jihad to convert the population of what is now present day northwestern Nigeria to Islam. This book is a lively life and times of Nana Asma'u (1793-1864), a West African woman who was a Muslim scholar and poet.

One Woman's Jihad provides a fascinating glimpse into the West African Muslim community at a pivotal point in its history. A generous selection of Asma'u's poetry, translated by Beverly B. Mack and Jean Boyd, highlights her prominent roles and amplifies her unique voice. Readers interested in history, literature, religion, and women's roles in times of social and political conflict will find this biography appealing and original. a most welcome addition to the body of scholarship on the Sokoto Jihad and Caliphate.

These women wore a large hat that signaled their status in society. Mack, Beverly, . and Jean Boyd. One Woman’s Jihad: Nana Asma’u, Scholar and Scribe. Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2000

These women wore a large hat that signaled their status in society. Asma’u took note of this symbolism and crowned her teachers with their own hat, this one wrapped with a red cloth in a ceremonious manner. 21 Hence she borrowed from a symbolism already in existence to further the authority of the women she sent out to teach. When Jean Boyd went into rural Africa in 1981, she met one of the descendants of these teachers. Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2000. Muslim Women Sing: Hausa Popular Song. Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2004.

Nana Asma'u, Muslim Woman Scholar: Excerpts from One Woman’s Jihad. Source: Mack, Beverly B. Asma’u was a pearl on a string of women’s scholarship that extended throughout the Muslim world. See: Nana Asma'u, Muslim Woman Scholar. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press, 2000. This chain of women scholars originated long before Asma’u’s lifetime and stretched over a wide geographic region from the Middle East to West Africa. The network of women’s scholarship contemporaneous to Asma’u is but the tip of the iceberg.

The fascinating life and times of Nana Asma'u (1793 - 1864), a West African woman who was a Muslim scholar and .

The fascinating life and times of Nana Asma'u (1793 - 1864), a West African woman who was a Muslim scholar and poet. As the daughter of the spiritual and political leader of the Sokoto community, Asma'u was a role model and teacher for other Muslim women as well as a scholar of Islam and a key advisor to her father as he waged a jihad to bring Islam to the population of what is now northwestern Nigeria. see all 2 descriptions). Library descriptions.

... a most welcome addition to the body of scholarship on the Sokoto Jihad and Caliphate." ―Religious Studies Review

The fascinating life and times of Nana Asma'u (1793 - 1864), a West African woman who was a Muslim scholar and poet. As the daughter of the spiritual and political leader of the Sokoto community, Asma'u was a role model and teacher for other Muslim women as well as a scholar of Islam and a key advisor to her father as he waged a jihad to bring Islam to the population of what is now northwestern Nigeria.