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Debating Sharia : Islam, gender politics, and family law arbitration / edited by Anna Korteweg and Jennifer Selby.
Toronto ; Buffalo : University of Toronto Press, c2012.
xii, 397 p. ; 23 cm.
Selby, Jennifer A.
Includes bibliographical references.
Practicing an 'Islamic imagination' : Islamic divorce in North America / Julie MacFarlane
Faith-based arbitration or religious divorce : what was the issue? / Christopher Cutting
Multiculturalism meets privatization : the case of faith-based arbitration / Audrey Macklin
'Sharia' courts in Canada : a delayed opportunity for the indigenization of Islamic legal rulings / Faisal Kutty
Asking questions about Sharia : lessons from Ontario / L. Clarke
Islamic law and the Canadian mosaic : politics, jurisprudence, and multicultural accommodation / Anver M. Emon
The 'good' Muslim, 'bad' Muslim puzzle? : The assertion of Muslim women's Islamic identity in the Sharia debates in Canada / Nevin Reda
'The Muslims have ruined our party' : a case study of Ontario media portrayals of supporters of faith-based arbitration / Katherine Bullock
Sharia in Canada? : Mapping discourses of race, gender and religious difference / Jasmin Zine
Agency and representations : voices and silences in the Ontario Sharia debate / Anna C. Korteweg
Managing the mosaic : the work of form in 'Dispute resolution in family law : protecting choice, promoting inclusion' / Alexander Brown
Construing the secular : implications of the Ontario Sharia debate / Jennifer A. Selby.
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