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Hearing Allah's CallPreaching and Performance in Indonesian Islam$
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Julian Millie

Print publication date: 2017

Print ISBN-13: 9781501713118

Published to Cornell Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.7591/cornell/9781501713118.001.0001

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A Feminized Domain

A Feminized Domain

(p.116) Chapter 6 A Feminized Domain
Hearing Allah's Call

Julian Millie

Cornell University Press

Chapter Seven contrasts a feminist critique of women’s routines of listening and learning with the characteristic patterns of women’s spectatorship that women display in those routines. Bandung’s women live under constraints affecting their social expectations and mobility. The chapter argues that they enjoy preaching in forms deliberately shaped by preachers to accommodate their situations. The resulting listening experience is not a disciplinary one, but one that respects women’s life conditions.

Keywords:   Women and Islam, Women and listening, Majlis ta’lim, Islamic oratory

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