Muslim Women's Writing From Across South And Southeast Asia
by Feroza Jussawalla and Doaa Omran
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This essential collection examines South and Southeastern Asian Muslim women's writing and the ways they navigate cultural, political, and controversial boundaries. Providing a global, contemporary collection of essays, this volume uses varied methods of analysis and methodology, including:
- Contemporary forms of expression, such as memoir, oral accounts, romance novels, poetry, and social media
- Inclusion of both recognized and lesser-known Muslim authors
- Division by theme to shed light on geographical and transnational concerns
- Regional focus on Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and Indonesia
Muslim Women's Writing from across South and Southeast Asia will deliver crucial scholarship for all readers interested in the varied perspectives and comparisons of Southern Asian writing, enabling both students and scholars alike to become better acquainted with the burgeoning field of Muslim women and literature. This timely and challenging volume aims to give voice to the creative women who are frequently overlooked and unheard.
Paperback: 312 Pages
Product Dimensions: 152 x 229 mm
Published by Routlegde