Nimat Hafez Barazangi

A Research Fellow at Cornell University, Dr. Barazangi scholarly-activist work with Arab, Muslim, and non-Muslim organizations and individuals from North America to West and South Asia has been intertwined with her academic research and achievements. Action Research Approach and Conceptual Change theory have been her main instruments toward achieving self-learning, self-development, and self-identity for herself and for her co-researchers within the respected communities. Published over 50 articles and book chapters, and three monographs: Woman’s Identity and Rethinking the Hadith (2015; Woman's Identity and the Qur'an: A New Reading (2004), its Arabic translation, Qira'a Jadidah lil Qur'an: al Huwiyah al Dhatiyah lil Mara'a (2007); and the co-edited volume: Islamic Identity and the Struggle for Justice (1996), its Arabic translation, Al Kayan al Islamic wa al Nidhal min Ajl al ‘Adalah (1999). Please visit her website for more information:

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