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Nimat Hafez Barazangi Scholarly Works

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This Community houses the various publications and scholarly works of Nimat Hafez Barazangi in the fields of Feministist and Women Studies and Linguistics, Culture and Religion.

Barazangi's forty years of combined scholarly active work with Arab, Muslim, and non-Muslim organizations and individuals in North America and the Muslim world has been intertwined with her academic research and achievements that resulted in over 50 published research and encyclopedia articles, book reviews, edited journal, computerized instructional programs http://www.eslelf-learning-arabic.cornell.edu, and two monographs:

She Received several awards for her Action Research, including:

  • Senior Fulbright Scholarship from the Council for International Exchange of Scholars to Syria 2005-2006.
  • United Nations Development Program TOKTEN Fellowships 1999 and 2002
  • Visiting Fellowship from Oxford University's Centre of Islamic Studies (1994).
  • Three-year (1995-1997) Serial Fulbright Scholarship from the Council for International Exchange of Scholars to Syria.
  • Scholarship from The International Council for Adult Education (1993-94).
  • The Glock Award for her 1988 Ph.D. dissertation "Perceptions of the Islamic Belief System: The Muslims in North America" from the Department of Education at Cornell University.

Her major Participatory Action Research projects, relating the Islamic worldview that is based on faith and reason with research and community service, aim at educating in and about Islam and at integrating Muslims' and Arabs' worldviews with that of the Western worldview of North America.

To access Nimat Hafez Barazangi's CV click here and Biography click here.

Listen to her lecture Why Muslim Women Must Reinterpret the Qur-an originally presented at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco on July 19, 2010.

See also Participatory Feminism and CUL Race and Religion Site.

 
 
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