Master list of publications by Nimat Hafez Barazangi
Monographs, Edited Volumes/Journals, and Encyclopedia Entries
Arabic translation Editor, Windows of Faith: Muslim Women's Scholar-Activists in the North America. Edited by Gisela Webb. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press (2000). Under the title: Da`una Natakalam: Mufakirat Amrikiyat Yaftahn Nawafidh al Iman `Ala `Alam Mutagheyr (Dar Al-Fikr, 2002). (See also: Muslim Women's Islamic Higher Learning as a Human Right: Theory and Practice.)
Guest Editor, Religion and Education. The Equilibrium: Issues of Islamic Education in the United States. Volume 25, Number 1 & 2, (Winter) 1998. (See also "The Equilibrium of Islamic Education: Has Muslim Women's Education Preserved the Religion?")
Author, "Religious Education" in Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World. John Esposito, ed., Oxford University Press, New York (2009: Volume. 2: 122 -129). Also available on Oxford Islamic Studies Online
Muslim and Arab Women
The Absence of Muslim Women in Shaping and Developing Islamic Thought. Theological Review (XXX, 2, 2009: 155-182).
The Absence of Muslim Women in Shaping Islamic Thought: Foundations of Muslims' Peaceful and Just Co-Existence. Journal of Law and Religion (XXIV, 2, 2008-2009: 403- 432)
Listen to audio of lecture presented at Hamline University School of Law, October 2008
Silent Revolution of a Muslim Arab American Scholar-Activist. In Muslim Women Activists in North America: Speaking for Ourselves. Edited by Katherine Bullock (Austin, TX: Texas University Press, 2005: 1-17). http://www.utexas.edu/utpress/excerpts/exbulmus.html
Understanding Muslim Women's Self-Identity and Resistance to Feminism and Participatory Action Research. In Traveling Companions: Feminism, Teaching, and Action Research. Edited by Mary Brydon-Miller, Patricia Maguire, and Alice McIntyre. Westport, CT: Praeger (2004), 21-39.
Commentary on the Iraq Draft Constitution. See "Cornell scholar
has role in drafting disputed Iraqi constitution"
Domestic Democracy: The Road
to National and International Democracy. Proceeding
of the 4th Annual Conference: "Why Democracy and Why Now?"
In Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (May 16-17, 2003).
Muslim Women's Islamic
Higher Learning as a Human Right: Theory and Practice. In Windows
of Faith:Muslim Women Scholar-Activists in North America. Edited by
Gisela Webb. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press (2000), 22-47. Arabic translation
under the title: Da`una Natakallam: Mufakirat Amerikiyat Yaftahn Nawafith
Al-Iman (Dar Al-Fikr, 2002).
Self-identity as a Form of Democratization: The Syrian Experience. In Democratization and Women's Grassroots Movements. Edited by Jill M. Bystydzienski and Joti Sekhon. Bloomington: Indiana University Press (1999), 129-149.
Parents and Youth: Perceiving
and Practicing Islam in North America. In Barbara C. Aswad and Barbara
Bilge´, (Eds). Family and Gender Among American Muslims: Issues
Facing Middle Eastern Immigrants and Their Descendants. Temple University
Press (1996): 129-142.
Muslim Women's Islamic Higher
Learning as a Human Right: The Action Plan. In Muslim Women and the
Politics of Participation: Beijing Platform. Edited by Mahnaz Afkhami
and Erika Friedl. Syracuse University Press (1997), 43-57.
Vicegerency and Gender Justice
in Islam. In Islamic
Identity and the Struggle for Justice. Edited by Nimat Hafez Barazangi,
M. Raquibuz Zaman, and Omar Afzal. University Press of Florida (1996): 77-94.
Education is the Means to Free Oneself From Shirk (association),
American Trust, Indianapolis, Indiana, (1985).
Islam and Early Childhood Education: Implication for Women's Education.
Al-Ittihad Journal of Islamic Studies, 17, 1, January-March (1980),
Arabic Computerized Curriculum
Al Hasub Wa-Tacallum Al
Lugha Al`Arabiyya li-Ghayr Al-Mukhtasiin Biha Bi-Al Tariqa al Tawasulliya
(in Arabic). With Ghayda
Rebdawi & Safa Haddad. Al-Takddom El-Elmi, Kuwait Foundation
for the Advancement of Sciences (1998: 24, 52-59).
Arabic Language Learning: A Module of A Research-Based Computerized Curriculum, in the Proceedings of the 6th International Conference and Exhibition on Multi-lingual Computing, Cambridge, England, (17-18 April, 1998), 7.2.1 - 7.2.23.
Hasubi lil Tacalum) Al-Takddom El-Elmi (in Arabic). Computerized Educational
System for Learning: An Application for Arabic Language.
Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (October-December, 1997),
No. 20: 44-53.
Muslim and Arab Education in the West
North American Muslim Women Speak. NACMW NEWS, 1992, 1, 2:
pp. 3 & 5.
in the United States and Canada: Conception and Practice of the Islamic
In Yvonne Haddad, Ed. The Muslims of America. Oxford University Press,
New York, (1991), pp. 157-174.
Parents and Youth:
Perceiving and Practicing Islam in North America.
In Earle H. Waugh, Sharon McIrvin Abu-Laban and Regula Burckhardt Qureshi,
Eds. Muslim Familes in North America. Alberta University Press, Edmonton
(1991), pp. 132-147.
The Education of North American Muslim Parents and Children: Conceptual Change As a Contribution to Islamization of Education. The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences. (1990), 7, 3: pp. 385-402.
Arab Muslim Identity Transmission:
Parents and Youth. In Arab
Studies Quarterly, Spring/Summer 1989, pp. 65-82; and in Baha Abu-Laban
& Michael W. Suleiman, eds. Arab Americans: Continuity and Change,
Belmont, Mass: Association of Arab-American University Graduates. (1989):
Developing the Islamic Identity: A Parent Perspective. Islamic
Horizons, July/August, 1988: 26-27.
Arabic Translation in Al-Faisal, 7, 78, Sept-Oct, (1983), pp. 113-116. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Action Research Program Development and Evaluation
See also: http://www.einaudi.cornell.edu/parfem/
Gender and Human
Rights in Islam and International Law: Equal Before Allah, Unequal Before
by Shaheen Sardar Ali (Kluwer Law International, The Hague, pp. 358). Muslim
Democrat, 5, 1, 2003.
Papers Presented and Submitted for Publication, and to be Revised (© NHB)
Muslim Woman's Self- Identity and Human Rights. Presented in "Religion and Human Rights: The Next Agenda." At Harvard University Kennedy School of Government (May 6-7, 2004).
Qura'nic Text: Self-Identity, Interpretations, and Muslim Women's Participation. Presented in the panel: Text and Meanings: Views of the Canonical Texts and Interpretation. At the Conference: "Women, Tradition and Change: A Multi-Faith Conference on Contemporary American Religious Practice" held at the Susan and David Wilstein Institute of Jewish Policy Studies of the Hebrew College (May 7 and 8, 2000)].
Re-Thinking the West, Re-Thinking Religion: Muslim Youth Education in America, November 9-10, 1997, as part of the Symposium: Jews and Muslims in American Society. Sponsored by the Henry Luce Forum in Abrahamic Religions, A collaborative project of the University of Hartford and Hartford Seminary.
Exclusion of American Muslim Women from Decision-Making. Presented at the American Muslim Council National Convention: "Muslim America: Becoming a Political Reality." (April 25- 27, 1997).
A Research-Based Computerized Curriculum: An Application of Arabic Language
Database. Presented at the Defense Language Institute, Monterey, California
(July 24, 1995) and at the
International Conference on Arabic language and Linguistics, Yarmouk University, Jordan (1996).
The Education of Middle East Muslim Women and Identity Development. Presented at the Middle East Studies Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. (November, 1991).
Asian Muslim Women: Education and Development Strategies. Presented at the New York Conference for Asian Studies, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (November, 1991).
Conceptual Change and Belief System: Muslims' Education in North America. Presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California (March, 1989), and submitted for publications to the AERA Journal Educational Researcher 1990.
The Interplay between Faith, Belief System and Thought among Muslim Arab Women. A revised version of a paper Presented at the Symposium: Feminist Perspectives on Women in the Arabo-Islamic Culture at Cornell University (October, 1988). Submitted for publication to the International Journal of Middle East Studies in 1990.
Work in Press
Work in Review
"American Muslim Women Challenging Conventional Understanding of Islam"
( Listen to audio of lecture presented at Kendal of Ithaca, September 2009)
"Why Muslim Women Need to re-interpret the Qur'an?" http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/05/2.17.05/calendar.html
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