WOMEN AND GENDER IN THE QUR'AN
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2020
Association of Middle East Women's Studies 2021 Book Award Winner
This monograph is a groundbreaking study of women and girl figures in the Qur'an with attention to biological sex, female sexuality, female voices, and femaleness in ontological, cosmological, biological, social, and spiritual dimensions.
"Well written and thoughtfully structured, the book is a valuable scholarly contribution to contemporary Muslim theological writing."
Associate Professor, UNC Chapel Hill
"The first comprehensive survey in English of female figures in the Quran and an important contribution to scholarship."
Victor S. Thomas Professor of Divinity,
"Ibrahim shines new light on gender in the Qur'an with a comprehensive analysis of its narratives about women."
Professor of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies,
New York University
"Women and Gender in the Quran is a fine analysis of female agency, faith, wisdom, knowledge, and proximity to God in Islam."
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Professor of Contemporary Islamic Religion and Society, Harvard University
Faith leaders, artists, and activists reflect on justice, human dignity, freedom, their sacred wisdom traditions, their readings of the Qur'an, and their hopes for the future of interfaith relations.
ONE NATION, INDIVISIBLE
SEEKING LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FROM THE PULPIT TO THE STREETS.
Wipf & Stock Publishers, 2019
"This prayerful, poetic, and prophetic collection will inspire you to build a nation that welcomes the contributions of all people."
Founder and President, Interfaith Youth Core