Samia Kotele

Islamic Scholar

Through a study of the role of women within Muslim reformist movements in the first decades of the 20th century, Samia's goal is to depict the close linkage between reformist ideas within the Malay world and its impact on women's condition. Situating the historiographical stakes of this issue on the scale of the Muslim world, her research aims to question the exceptionality of this investment of women in the religious sphere, and to update the human circulation at the heart of religious legitimacy issues.

14:00 - 16:00

Thursday 2nd May 2nd May

Gender Equity in Indonesian Muslim Communities: Advancements and Dilemmas