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Who Gets to be a Prophet? Miracles, Privileges and the Discourse of Meritocracy

Boisi Center for Religion and American Public Life

FURTHER READING

BOOKS

Chaudhry, Ayesha. Domestic Violence and the Islamic Tradition: Ethics, Law and the Muslim Discourse on Gender(Oxford University Press, 2013).

Chaudhry, Ayesha. “Women” (core entry) in Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought. (Princeton University Press, 2012) 595-9.

Chaudhry, Ayesha. “Oncofertility as Divine Intervention in the Qur’ān” in Oncofertility: Reflections from the Humanities and Social Sciences. ed. T. K. Woodfuff, L. Zoloth, L. Campo-Engelstein and S Rodriguez. (Springer, 2010) 287-94.

ARTICLES

Ayesha Chaudhry's article in Journal of Religious Ethics, “'I wanted one thing and God wanted another…': The Dilemma of the Prophetic Example and the Qur’anic Injunction On Wife-Beating."

Ayesha Chaudhry's article in Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics, “The Ethics of Marital Discipline in Pre-Modern Qur’anic Exegesis."

Ayesha Chaudhry, Rachel Muers and Randi Rashkover's article in Feminist Theology,Women Reading Texts on Marriage."

Ayesha Chaudhry's article in Journal for Comparative Islamic Studies, The Problems of Conscience and Hermeneutics: A Survey of Contemporary Approaches."