Susanne Schröter, PhD (1994) in Anthropology, is Professor of Anthropology of Colonial and Postcolonial Orders at Goethe University Frankfurt. She has published on religion, gender and culture including the edited volume Christianity in Indonesia (Berlin 2010) and the co-edited volume (together with Arndt Graf and Edwin Wieringa) Aceh. History, politics, and culture (Singapore 2010).
Scholars and students of various disciplines (social sciences, politics, anthropology, religious studies, gender studies), political activists, members of NGOs, national and international organizations, politicians
'This rich text is a welcome addition to the scant literature on women in Southeast Asia. [...] Highly recommended.'
A. B. McCloud, CHOICE 51.5 (January 2014).
“The main strength of the book lies in the examination of gender discourses in countries and organizations that have been under-researched. […] … an important contribution to gender studies and Islam.”
Norshahril Saat in Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia 29.2 (2014).
Table of contents
Susanne Schröter: Introduction
Susanne Schröter: Gender and Islam in Southeast Asia. An Overview.
Nelly van Doorn-Harder: Polygamy and Harmonious Families: Indonesian Debates on Gender and Marriage
Monika Arnez: A Dialogue with God? Islam and Lesbian Relationships in Two Post-Suharto Narratives
Nurul Ilmi Idrus: Islam, Marriage and Gender Relations in Bugis Lontara’:
A Critical Analysis of the Lontara Daramatasia
Siti Musdah Mulia: Towards Justice in Marital Law: Empowering Indonesian Women
Maila Stivens: ‘Family Values’ and Islamic Revival: Gender, Rights and State Moral Projects in Malaysia
Amina Rasul-Bernardo: The Role of Muslim Women in Democracy, Development, and Peace: The Philippine Case
Vivienne S. M. Angeles: From Catholic to Muslim: Changing Perceptions of Gender Roles in a Balik-Islam Movement in the Philippines
Birte Brecht-Drouart: Muslim Women Leaders in the Philippines
Alexander Horstmann: Female Missionaries and Women’s Participation
in Southern Thailand’s Chapter of the Tablighi Jama’at
Amporn Marddent: Religious Piety and Muslim Women in Thailand
Farish A. Noor: Woman as the Constitutive Other? The Place and Meaning of ‘Woman’ in the Worldviewof the Tablighi Jama’at
About the Authors