Literatura - Ženske studije i istraživanja

advertisement
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
Kurs EKOFEMINIZAM
letnji semestar 2007-2008.
Lista obavezne literature:
1. Birke, Lynda (2004): Feminizam, životinje i znanost, Treća, br. 2, Centar za ženske studije,
Zagreb, 127-145.
2. d’ Eaubonne, Francois (2000): Što bi moglo biti ekofeminističko društvo, Treća, br.2,
Centar za ženske studije, Zagreb, 59-62.
3. Geiger, Marija (2006): Kako je okoliš postao feminističko pitanje ili što je zapravo
ekofeminizam? Kruh i ruže, br. 30, Ženska infoteka, Zagreb, 13-22.
4. Holi, Mirela (2007): Povjest ideje, Mitski aspekti ekofeminizma, Novi pokreti, Zagreb, 1544.
5. Holi, Mirela (2007): Društveni aspekti ekofeminizma (podčinjenost i moć), Mitski aspekti
ekofeminizma, Novi pokreti, Zagreb, 242-281.
6. Holi, Mirela (2007): Politički ekofeminizam, Mitski aspekti ekofeminizma, Novi pokreti,
Zagreb, 154-186.
7. Plumwood, Val (2000): Razlika i dubinska ekologija, Treća, br. 2, Centar za ženske studije,
Zagreb, 83-115.
8. Singer, Peter (1998): Sve su životinje jednake..., Oslobađanje životinja, Ibis, Zagreb, 1-18.
9. Singer, Peter (1998): Vladavina čovjeka, Oslobađanje životinja, Ibis, Zagreb, 155-177.
10. Šiva, Vandava (2004): Razvoj, ekologija i žene, Genero, br 4/5, Centar za ženske studije,
Beograd, str.75-83.
11. Warren, J. Karen (2006): Snaga i obećanje ekološkog feminizma, Kruh i ruže, br. 30,
Ženska infoteka, Zagreb, 44-56.
Lista dodatne literature:
1. de Bovoar, Simon (1989) Introduction to The Second Sex, The Second Sex, Vintage, New
York.
2. Gard, Greta (1997): Toward a Queer Ecofeminism, Hipatia, Vol. 12
3. Gard, Greta (2001): Women, Water, Energy: An Ecofeminist Approach, Organization &
Environment, br .14, 157-172
1
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
4. Holi, Mirela: Animalizam u (eko)feminističkom diskursu: od ontološkog veganizma do
ekološkog animalizma
7. Lin, Vendi i Dau, Lora (2001): Queering ecological Feminism, Ethics & the Environment,
br. 6.
8. Mihajlov, Anđelka (2007): Odraz za buducnost – Etika odgovornosti, HesperiaEdu,
Beograd
9. Mihajlov, Anđelka (2005): Održivi razvoj i životna sredina ka Evropi u 95+ koraka,
Ambasadori životne sredine/PKS, Beograd
10. Milojević, Ivana (2008): Gender Issues, Berkshire Encyclopedia of the 21st Century
11. Milojević, Ivana (2008): Future Studies Berkshire Encyclopedia of the 21st Century
12. Milojević, Ivana (2008): Women, Berkshire Encyclopedia of the 21st Century
13. Milojević, Ivana (2000): Future Studies, Routledge International Encyclopedia of
Women: Global Women’s Issues and Knowledge, pp.894-895
14. Mies, Marija (1986): Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale - Women in the
International Division of Labor, Zed Books, London
15. Prodanović, Sonja (2008): Lokalna Agenda 21: Agenda za plan razvoja lokalne zajednice
- participacija ka održivoj stabilnoj budućnosti
16. Ratković, Karmen (2000): O ekofeminizmu- uvod, Treća, br. 2, Centar za ženske studije
Zagreb
17. Sandilends, Katriona (2002): Lesbian Separatist Communities and the Experience of
nature: Toward a Queer Ecology, Organization & Environment, br. 15, 131-163
18. Sandilends, Katriona (2005): Unnatural Passions: Notes Toward a Queer Ecology,
Invisible Culture, br. 9, 1-31.
19. Stojaković, Gordana (2001) Znamenite žene Novog Sada I, Novi Sad
20. Sen, Amartja (2000): Održive alternative razvoja, CEDIP Lectures, Centro
Documentazione Parchi, Provincia di Firenze.
18. Šiva, Vandana (1999): The Practice of Earth Democracy,
http://www.navdanya.org/about/founder-message.htm
2
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
Ivana Milojević, Australija
Rod i duhovnost
Required Reading (and supplied by lecturer):
1. Milojević, Ivana, “Basics of feminist/feminine pedagogy”, “Spiritual approaches to
teaching and learning” and “Overview of spiritual ecofeminism” handouts, will be
supplied directly to students at the beginning of the course.
2. Milojević, Ivana (2008) Women. Gender Issues. Berkshire Encyclopedia of the 21st
Century, Berkshire Publishing Group: Great Barrington, MA, USA.
3. Tong, Rosemarie Putnam (1998) Feminist Thought, 2nd edition, Chapter 8
“Ecofeminism”, pp. 246-277, Allen & Unwin: St Leonards, NSW, Australia.
4. Other Suggested Readings (for further research and study in the area):
5. Adams, Carol J. (1992) The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical
Theory, Continuum: New York, USA.
6. Allione, Tsultrim (1984) Women of Wisdom, Arkana, Penguin Group: London, UK.
7. Anderson, Pamela Sue (1998) A Feminist Philosophy of Religion: The Rationality and
Myths of Religious Belief, Blackwell: Oxford, UK.
8. Anderson, Pamela Sue and Clack, Beverley, eds. (2004) Feminist Philosophy of
Religion: Critical Readings, Routledge: London: Routledge
9. Cahill, Susan (1996) Wise Women: Over 2000 Years of Spiritual Writing by Women,
W.W. Norton and Company: New York and London.
10. Caldecott, Leonie and Leland, Stephanie, eds. (1983) Reclaim the Earth: Women
Speak Out for Life on Earth, The Women’s Press: London, UK.
11. Chittister, Joan D. (1998) Heart of Flesh: A Feminist Spirituality for Women and Men,
Wm. B. Eerdman's Publishing: Michigan, USA.
12. Christ, Carol P. and Plaskow, Judith (1979) Womanspirit Rising: A Feminist Reader in
Religion, HarperCollins: New York, USA.
13. Collins, Kate (1996) The Thinking Women’s Guide to God, Sunday Mail Magazine,
April 7, 1996, pp. 3-4.
14. Dresser, Marianne (1996) Buddhist Women on the Edge: Contemporary Perspectives
from the Western Frontier, North Atlantic Books: Berkley, CA, USA.
15. Eisler, Riane (1987) The Chalice and the Blade: Our History, Our Future,
HarperCollins
16. Publishers: San Francisco, USA.
3
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
17. Feminist Theology journal (2004- ), Sage Publishers, http://fth.sagepub.com.
18. Flinders, Carol Lee (1998) At the Root of This Longing: Reconciling a Spiritual
Hunger and a Feminist Thirst, HarperSanFrancisco: Sand Francisco, USA.
19. Fitzgerald, Jennifer Jayanti & Bussey, Marcus Bussey (2006) Fire in Our Eyes,
Flowers in Our Hearts: Tantric Women Tell Their Stories, Gurukula Press: Maleny,
Australia.
20. Hogan, Linda and Peterson, Brenda (2004) Face to Face: Women Writers on Faith,
Mysticism, and Awakening, North Point Press: New York: USA.
21. Johnsen, Linda (1994) Daughters of the Goddess: The Women Saints of India, Yes
International Publishers: St. Paul, Minnesota, USA.
22. Kinsley, David (1997) Tantric Visions of the Divine Feminine: The Ten Mahavidyas,
University of California Press: Berkley, CA, USA.
23. Larrington, Carolyne, ed. (1992) The Feminist Companion to Mythology, Pandora
Press; London, UK.
24. Masini, Eleonora (1993) “Women as Builders of Alternative Futures”. Report Number
11, Centre for European Studies, Universitat Trier, Germany.
25. Merchant, Carolyn (1995) Earthcare: Women and the Environment, Routledge: New
York, USA.
26. Merchant, Carolyn (1992) Radical Ecology: The Search for a Livable World,
Routledge: New York, USA.
27. Milojević, Ivana (1998) Learning from Feminist Futures, in Hicks, David & Slaughter,
Richard, eds. 1998 World Yearbook for Education (pp. 83–95). London: Kogan Page.
28. Milojević, Ivana (2001) “Gender, Peace and Terrestrial Futures: Alternatives to
Terrorism and War”. www.metafuture.org
29. Mullin, Glenn H. (2003) Female Buddhas: Women and Enlightenment in Tibetan
Mystical Art, Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
30. Pinkola Estes, Clarissa (1992) Women Who Run with the Wolves: Myths and Stories of
the Wild Woman Archetype, Rider & Co: London, UK.
31. Seager, Joni (1993) Earth Follies: Coming to Feminist Terms with the Global
Environmental Crisis, Routledge: New York, USA.
32. Sharma, Arvind ed. (1987) Women in World Religions, State University of New York
Press: New York, USA.
33. Shiva, Vandana (1989) Staying Alive: Women, Ecology and Development, Zed Books:
London, UK.
4
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
34. Shlain, Leonard (1998) The Alphabet Versus the Goddess, Viking: New York, USA.
35. Walker, Barbara G. (1983) The Woman’s Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets,
HarperSanFrancisco, San Francisco, USA.
36. Walker, Barbara G. (1985) The Crone: Women of Age, Wisdom, and Power,
HarperSanFrancisco: San Franscisco, USA.
37. Walker, Barbara G. (1988) The Woman's Dictionary of Symbols and Sacred Objects,
Harper & Row: San Francisco, USA.
38. Walker, Barbara G. (2000) Restoring the Goddess: Equal Rites for Modern Women,
Prometheus Books: New York, USA.
39. Warren, Karen J. ed. (1991) Ecological Feminism, special issue of Hypatia: A Journal
of Feminist Philosophy, Vol. 6, No.1.
40. Warren, Karen (2000) Ecofeminist Philosophy: A Western Perspective on What It Is
and Why It Matters, esp. Chapter 9 “Surviving Patirarchy: Ecofeminist philosophy and
spirituality”. Rowman & Littlefield: Lanham, MD, USA.
41. Young-Eisendrath, Polly (1999) Women & Desire: Beyond Wanting to be Wanted,
Pitkus: London, UK.
Prodanović Sonja, Beograd:
Kontekst geneze Ekofeminizma
Literatura:
Vandana Shiva & Maria Mies (1993) Ecofeminizam, ZED Books , London
Vandana Shiva (1988): Staying Alive: Women, Ecology and Development, Zed Books
London
Vandana Shiva (1993): Monocultures of the Mind, Zed Books, London
Mies Maria (Claudia von Werlof & Veronika Bernholdt-Thomasen): Women:The Last
Colony, Zed Books, London
Mies Maria (1986): Patriarchy and Accumulation on a World Scale, Zed, London
Rosalie Bertell (1985): No Immediate Danger- Prognosis for a Radioactive Earth,
The Women Press Limited, London
Etienne Balibar(1998): Droit de Cite- Culture et politique en democratie, AUBE,
Pariz
David Malin Roodman (!998): The Natural Wealth of Nations, Norton/Worldwotch
Books, New York
5
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, studij[email protected]
Rowbotham Shila (1979): The Trouble with «Patriarchy«, New Stateman
(dec.21- 8,pp 970), London
Pateman Carole (1988): The Sexual Contract, Polity Press, Cambridge UK
Zilka Spahić Šiljak, Sarajevo
Bibliografija radova o ekofeminizmu u Islamu
Abu-Sway, Mustafa. “Toward an Islamic Jurisprudence of the Environment” (Fiqh al-Bi’ah
f’il-Islam). Lecture presented at Belfast mosque, February 1998. Updated 20 June 1999
http://homepages.iol.ie/~afifi/Articles/environment.htm
(cited
14
August
2001).
________. Islam: The Environment and Health. Qualbert, SA: Islamic Medical Association of
South Africa, 1999.
Ackerman, Denise, and Tahira Joyner. “Earth-Healing in South Africa: Challenges to Church
and Mosque.” In Women Healing Earth: Third World Women on Ecology, Feminism, and
Religion, ed. Rosemary Radford Ruether, 121–34. Maryknoll, N.Y.: Orbis, 1996.
Aftab, Tahera. "Text and Practice: Women and Nature in Islam." In Custodians of the Earth?
Women, Spirituality and the Environment. Alaine Low and Soraya Tremayne, eds. Oxford,
UK: Berghahn Books, 2001.
Agwan, A. R. The Environmental Concern of Islam. New Delhi: Institute of Objective
Studies,
1992.
Ahmad, Akhtaruddin. Islam and the Environmental Crisis. London: Ta-Ha Publishers, 1998.
Ahmad, Ali. A Cosmopolitan Orientation of International Environmental Law: An Islamic
Law
Genre.
Lanham,
Md.:
University
Press
of
America,
2001.
________. “Islamic Water Law as an Antidote for Maintaining Water Quality.” University of
Denver Water Law Review 2, no. 2 (Summer 1999): 170–88.
Ajmal, Mohammed. “Islam and Ecological Problems.” In Quest for New Science, eds. Rais
Ahmed and S. Naseem Ahmed, 215–20. Aligarh: Centre for Studies on Science, 1984.
Al-Amin, Hi’at Muhammad. Al-fiqhah al-b’at. Beirut: Mu’assasat al-wa ‘i al-islami, 1420
(2000).
Alhilaly, Tajuddin H. “Islam and Ecology,” trans. Keysar Trad, 1993. updated n.d.,
http://www.speednet.com.au/~keysar/ecology.htm (cited 14 August 2001).
Ammar, Nawal H. “Islam and Deep Ecology.” In Deep Ecology and World Religions: New
Essays on Sacred Ground, eds. David Landis Barnhill and Roger S. Gottlieb, 193–211.
Albany,
N.Y.:
State
University
of
New
York
Press,
2001.
________. “An Islamic Response to the Manifest Ecological Crisis: Issues of Justice.” In
6
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
Visions of a New Earth: Religious Perspectives on Population, Consumption, and Ecology,
eds. Harold Coward and Daniel C. Maguire, 131– 46. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New
York
Press,
2000
.
________. “Islam and the Environment: A Legalistic and Textual View.” In Population,
Consumption, and the Environment: Religious and Secular Responses, eds. Harold Coward
and Daniel C. Maguire, 67. Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press, 1995.
Asmal, Abdul Cader, and Mohammed Asmal. “As Islamic Perspective.” In Consumption,
Population, and Sustainability: Perspectives from Science and Religion, eds. Audrey
Chapman, Rodney Peterson, and Barbara Smith-Moran, 157–65. Washington, D.C.: Island
Press, 2000.
Ayduz, Davud. “The Approach to the Environment Question of the Qur’an and its
Contemporary Commentary, the Risale-i Nur.” Paper presented at the Fourth International
Symposium on Bediuzzaman Said Nursi: A Contemporary Approach Toward Understanding
the Qur’an: The Example of Risale-i Nur, Istanbul, Turkey, 20–22 September 1998.
Ba Kader, Abou Bakr Ahmed. Environmental Protection in Islam. Washington, D.C.: Island
Press,
1995.
Ba Kader, Abou Bakr Ahmed, Abdul Latif Tawfik El Shirazy Al Sabagh, Mohamed Al
Sayyed Al Glenid, and Mawil Y. Izzi Deen. Islamic Principles for the Conservation of the
Natural Environment. 2d ed. Gland, Switzerland: International Union for Conservation of
Nature and Natural Resources, 1983. online at http://www.islamset.com/env/contenv.html
Ba Ubaid, Ali Yeslam. "Environment, Ethics, and Design: An Inquiry into the Ethical
Underpinnings for a Contemporary Muslim Environmentalism and its Environmental Design
Implications." Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1999.
Ban, E.G. The Constant Feud: Forest vs. Desert. New York, NY: Gefen, 1999.
Barnhill, David, and Roger Gottlieb, eds. Deep Ecology and World Religions: New Essays on
Sacred Ground. Albany, NY: SUNY, 2001.
Bivins, Mary W. "Women, Ecology, and Islam in the Making of Modern Hausa Cultural
History." Ph.D. diss., Michigan State University, 1994.
Bousquet, G. “Des animaux et de leur traitement selon le Judaisme, le Christianisme et
l’Islam.” Studia Islamica 9 (1958): 31–48.
Bryer, Jenny Banks. "Science and the Environment Symposium II: The Black Sea in Crisis."
Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 10(March 1999): 69-76.
Callicott, J. Baird. “The Historical Roots of Western European Environmental Attitudes and
Values: Islam.” In Earth’s Insights: A Multicultural Survey of Ecological Ethics from the
Mediterranean Basin to the Australian Outback, 30–36. Berkeley, Calif.: University of
California Press, 1994.
7
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
Canan, Ibrahim. Environmental Ethics in the Light of the Hadiths. (In Turkish). Istanbul: New
Asia
Press,
1995.
________. “Environment in Islam.” Yeni Turkiye 5 (July-August, 1995): 27–38.
Canatan, Kadir. “The Paradigmatic Background to the Ecological Crisis and Said Nursi’s
Cosmological Teachings.” Paper presented at the Fourth International Symposium on
Bediuzzaman Said Nursi: A Contemporary Approach Toward Understanding the Qur’an: The
Example
of
Risale-i
Nur,
Istanbul,
Turkey,
20–22
September
1998.
Chee Yoke Ling. Humanity Must Protect Nature: What Islam, Taoism, Hinduism, and
Christianity Have to Say about Environmental Protection. Penang, Malaysia: Third World
Science Movement, Consumers Association of Penang, n.d.
Chittick, William. “God Surrounds All Things: An Islamic Perspective on the Environment.”
The World and I 1, no. 6 (June 1986): 671–78.
Damad, Mostafa Mohaghegh. “A Discourse on Nature and Environment from an Islamic
Perspective.” Tehran: Department of the Environment, 2001. updated n.d., http://www.irdoe.org/hamaiesh/pub2.htm (cited 24 August 2001).
Department of Environmental Protection. Majmu ‘e-ye maqalat-e avalin hamayesh-e eslam va
mohit-e zist. Papers from the first conference on Islam and the Environment. Tehran:
Department of Environmental Protection, 1378 (1999).
Dutton, Yasin. “Islam and the Environment: A Framework for Inquiry.” Faiths and the
Environment: Conference Papers, 46–70. Faith in Dialogue, no. 1. London: Centre for InterFaith Dialogue, 1996.
Dwivedi, O. P., ed. World Religions and the Environment. New Delhi: Gilanjal Publishing
House, 1989.
Erdur, Oguz. “Reappropriating the ‘Green’: Islamist Environmentalism.” New Perspectives
on Turkey 17 (fall 1997): 151–66.
Faruqui, Naser, Asit Biswas, and Murad Bino, eds. Water Management in Islam. Tokyo,
Japan: United Nations University Press, 2001.
Findly, E. “Jahangir’s Vow of Non-Violence.” Journal of American Oriental Society 107, no.
2 (1987): 245–56.
Foltz, Richard. Animals in Islamic Traditions and Muslim Cultures. Oxford, UK: Oneworld
Publications,
2006.
________. ed. Environmentalism in the Muslim World. New York, NY: Nova Science
Publishers,
2005.
________. Worldviews, Religion, and the Environment. Belmont, CA: Thomson/Wadsworth,
2003.
________. “Is There an Islamic Environmentalism?” Environmental Ethics 22, no. 4 (2000):
63–72.
Foltz, Richard, Azizan Baharuddin, and Frederick M. Denny, eds. Islam and Ecology: A
8
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, stu[email protected]
Bestowed Trust. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Divinity School, Center for the Study of World
Religions, 2003; Distributed by Harvard University Press.
Forward, Martin, and Mohamed Alam, “Islam.” In Attitudes to Nature, eds. Jean Holm and
John Bowker, 79–100. London: Pinter, 1994.
Gürsel, D. Çevresizsiniz (You Are Environmentless). Istanbul: Insan Yayincilik, 1989 (In
Turkish).
Haleem, Harfiya Abdel, ed. Islam and the Environment. London: Ta-Ha Publishers, 1998.
Hamed, Safei El-Deen. “Seeing the Environment Through Islamic Eyes: Application of
Shariah to Natural Resources Planning and Management.” Journal of Agricultural and
Environmental Ethics 6, no. 2 (1993): 145–64.
Haq, S. Nomanul. “Islam.” In A Companion to Environmental Philosophy, ed. Dale Jamieson,
111–29. London: Blackwell, 2001.
Hashem, Mazen. "Contemporary Islamic Activism: The Shades of Praxis." Sociology of
Religion 67.1(Spring 2006): 23-41.
Helminski, Camille, ed. The Book of Nature: An Anthology of Spiritual Perspectives on
Nature.Chicago, IL: Independent Publishers Group, 2006.
Helmy, N. Islam and Environment 2–Animal Life. Kuwait: Environment Protection Council,
1989.
Hope, Marjorie, and James Young. "Islam and Ecology." Cross Currents 44.2(Summer
1994): 180-193.
Husaini, S. Waqar Ahmad. Islamic Environmental Systems Engineering. London: Macmillan,
1980.
Ibrahim, F. Ecological Imbalances in the Republic of Sudan. Bayreuth: Druckhaus Bayreuth
Verlagsgesellschaft,
1984.
Idris, Jaafar Sheikh. “Is Man the Viceregent of God?” Journal of Islamic Studies 1 (1990):
99–110.
Ikhwan al-Safa (The Brethren of Purity). The Case of the Animals versus Man Before the
King of the Jinn. Translated by Lenn Evan Goodman. Boston: Twayne Publishers, 1978.
International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)-Pakistan. The Pakistan National
Conservation Strategy. Karachi: IUCN, 1992.
Izz al-Din, Muil Yusuf. The Environmental Dimensions of Islam. Cambridge: Lutterworth,
2000.
________. “Islam and the Environment: Theory and Practice.” Journal of Beliefs and Values
18,
no.
1.
(1997):
47–58.
________. “Islamic Environmental Ethic, Law, and Society.” In Ethics of Environment and
9
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
Development: Global Challenge and International Response, eds. J. Ronald Engel and Joan
Gibb Engel, 189–98. Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1990.
Jazayery, Hashem Najy. Hemayat az heyvanat dar eslam (The Importance of Animals in
Islam). Qom: Dar al-saqalin, 1379 (2000).
Johnson-Davies, D. The Island of Animals, Adapted from an Arabic Fable. Austin, Tex.:
University of Texas Press, 1994.
Johnston, David. "Toward Muslims and Christians as Joint Caretakers of Creation in a
Postmodern World." Ph.D. diss., Fuller Theological Seminary, 2001.
Kaplan, Jeffrey. “Review of Mawil Izzi Dien’s The Environmental Dimensions of Islam.”
Worldviews: Environment, Culture, Religion 5, no. 1 (2001): 110–112.
Khalid, Fazlun. Qur’an: Creation and Conservation. Birmingham, United Kingdom: IFEES,
1999.
Khalid, Fazlun and Joanne O’Brien, eds. Islam and Ecology. New York: Cassell, 1992.
Kilic, Sadik. “The Message of the Risale-i Nur in the Ecological Context.” Paper presented at
the Fourth International Symposium on Bediuzzaman Said Nursi: A Contemorary Aproach
Toward Understanding the Qur’an: The Example of Risale-i Nur, Istanbul, Turkey, 20–22
September 1998.
Kula, Erhun. “Islam and Environmental Conservation.” Environmental Conservation 28, no. 1
(2001): 2–9.
Llewelyn, Othman. “Desert Reclamation and Conservation in Islamic Law.” The Muslim
Scientist 11, no. 9 (1982): 9–29.
Lovejoy, Paul. Ecology and Ethnography of Muslim Trade in West Africa. Trenton, NJ:
Africa World Press, 2005.
Manzoor, S. Parviz. “Environment and Values: An Islamic Perspective.” In Touch of Midas:
Scientific Values and the Environment in Islam and the West, ed. Ziauddin Sardar, 150–70.
Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1984.
Masri, Al-Hafiz. Islamic Concern for Animals. Petersfield, Hants, England: The Athene Trust,
1987.
________. “Animal Experimentation: The Muslim Viewpoint.” In Animal Sacrifices:
Religious Perspectives on the Use of Animals in Science, ed. Tom Regan, 171–98.
Philadelphia, Pa.: Temple University Press, 1986.
Meier, Fritz. “The Problems of Nature in the Esoteric Monism of Islam,” trans. R. Mannheim.
In Spirit and Nature: Papers from the Eranos Yearbooks, ed. Joseph Campbell, 149–203.
New York: Pantheon, 1954.
10
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
Narayan, Rajdeva, ed. Ecology and Religion: Ecological Concepts in Hinduism, Buddhism,
Jainism, Islam, Christianity, and Sikhism. Muzaffarpur: Institute for Socio-Legal Studies,
2003.
Nasif, Abdullah Omar. “The Muslim Declaration of Nature.” Environmental Policy and Law
17, no. 1 (1987): 47.
Nasr, Seyyed Hossein. Man and Nature: The Spiritual Crisis in Modern Man. Rev. ed.
Chicago,
Ill.:
Kazi
Publishers,
1997,
c1967.
________. Religion and the Order of Nature. New York: Oxford University Press, 1996.
________. “Islam and the Environmental Crisis.” In Spirit and Nature, eds. Steven C.
Rockefeller and John C. Elder, 83–108. Boston: Beacon Press, 1992.
________. “The Ecological Problem in Light of Sufism: The Conquest of Nature and the
Teachings of Eastern Science.” In Sufi Essays. 2d ed., ed. Seyyed Hossein Nasr, 152–63.
Albany,
N.Y.:
State
University
of
New
York
Press,
1991.
________. “Islam and the Environmental Crisis.” The Islamic Quarterly 34, no. 4 (1991):
217–34.
________. “Islam and the Environmental Crisis.” Journal of Islamic Science 6, no. 2 (1990):
217–34.
Othman, Fadil, and Johan Sohaili. “Man’s Duty to Protect the Environment.” The New Straits
Times, 10 December 1998, 2.
Ozdemir, Ibrahim. “Bediuzzaman Said Nursi’s Approach to the Environment.” Paper
presented at the Fourth International Symposium on Bediuzzaman Said Nursi: A
Contemporary Approach Toward Understanding the Qur’an: The Example of Risale-i Nur,
Istanbul,
Turkey,
20–22
September
1998.
________. The Ethical Dimension of Human Attitude Toward Nature. Ankara: Ministry of
Environment,
1997.
________. Cevre ve Din (Environment and Religion). Ankara, Turkey: Ministry of
Environment, 1997.
Palmer, Martin, and Victoria Finlay, eds. Faith in Conservation: New Approaches to
Religions and the Environment. Washington, DC: World Bank Publications, 2003.
Peirone, Federico. “Islam and Ecology in the Mediterranean Muslim Kulturkreise.” Hamdard
Islamicus 5, no. 2 (1982): 3–31.
Pusch, Barbara. "The Greening of Islamic Politics: A Godsend for the Environment?" In
Environmentalism in Turkey: Between Democracy and Development. Fikret Adaman and
Murat
Arsel,
eds.
Aldershot,
UK:
Ashgate,
2005.
________. “The Ecology Debate Among Muslim Intellectuals in Turkey.” Les Annales de
l’Autre Islam 6 (1999): 195–209.
Rafiq, M., and Mohammad Ajmal. “Islam and the Present Ecological Crisis.” In World
Religions and the Environment, ed. O. P. Dwivedi, 119–37. New Delhi: Gilanjal Publishing
House, 1989.
Rahman, M. K. “Environmental Awareness in Islam.” MAAS Journal of Islamic Science 2,
no. 1 (1986): 99–106.
11
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
Raskhy, Fruzan. “Ertebat-e ensan va tabi‘at az negah-e eslam va Ayin-e Da’o (The
Relationship between Man and Nature in Islam and Daoism).” Haft Asman 1, no. 2
(1387/1999): 87–117.
Sajoo, Amyn. Muslim Ethics: Emerging Vistas. London, UK: Institute for Small Studies,
2004.
Sardar, Ziauddin, ed. An Early Crescent: The Future of Knowledge and the Environment in
Islam.
London:
Mansell,
1989.
________. “Toward an Islamic Theory of the Environment.” In Islamic Futures: A Shape of
Ideas to Come, ed. Ziauddin Sardar, 224–37. London: Mansell, 1985.
________. Touch of Midas: Scientific Values and the Environment in Islam and the West.
Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1984.
Selin, Helaine, ed. Nature Across Cultures: Views of Nature and the Environment in NonWestern Cultures. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003.
Shafaat, Ahmad. "Ecological Implications of an Islamic View of God, Universe, and Human
Beings." Ecumenism 134(1999): 18-21.
Shankland, David. Islam and Society in Turkey. Huntingdon: Eothen Press, 1999.
Stewart, Philip J. “Islamic Law as a Factor in Grazing Management: The Pilgrimage
Sacrifice.” In Proceedings of the First International Rangeland Congress, Denver, Colorado,
August 14–18, 1978, ed. D. N. Hyder, 119–20. Denver, Colo.: Society for Range
Management, 1978.
Swearington, Will D., and Abdellatif Bencherifa, eds. The North African Environment at
Risk.Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1996.
Timm, Roger E. “The Ecological Fallout of Islamic Creation Theology.” In Worldviews and
Ecology, eds. Mary Evelyn Tucker and John A. Grim, 83–95. Lewisburg, Pa.: Bucknell
University Press, 1993.
Tolu-e-Islam Movement. “Man and His Environment. In Islam: A Challenge.” Lahore: Tolue-Islam,
2000.
Updated
15
August
2001
http://www.toluislam.com/pub_online/islam_a_challenge/chapter17.htm (cited 14 August
2001).
Uslu, I. The Environmental Problems: From Transformation in the Conception of Cosmos to
the Ecological Catastrophe. (In Turkish). Istanbul: Insan Press, 1995.
Wellman, David J. Sustainable Diplomacy: Ecology, Religion, and Ethics in MuslimChristian Relations. New York, NY: Palgrave, 2004.
Wersal, Lisa. “Islam and Environmental Ethics: Tradition Responds to Contemporary
Challenges.” Zygon 30, no. 3 (1995): 451–59.
Wescoat, James L., Jr. “Muslim Contributions to Geography and Environmental Ethics: The
Challenges of Comparison and Pluralism.” In Philosophy and Geography I: Space, Place, and
12
Udruženje građana Ženske studije i istraživanja
Kralja Aleksandra 8, 21 000 Novi Sad, [email protected]
Environmental Ethics, eds. Andrew Light and Jonathan M. Smith, 91–116. Lanham, Md.:
Rowman
and
Littlefield,
1997.
________. “The ‘Right of Thirst’ for Animals in Islamic Law: A Comparative Approach.”
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 13, no. 6 (1995): 637–54.
________. “From the Gardens of the Qur’an to the Gardens of Lahore,” Landscape Research
20 (1995): 19–29.
Wilkinson, John C. “Muslim Land and Water Law.” Journal of Islamic Studies 1 (1990): 54–
72.
Zaidi, Iqtidar H. “On the Ethics of Man’s Interaction With the Environment: An Islamic
Approach.” Environmental Ethics 3, no. 1 (spring 1981): 35–47.
Rebeka Jadranka Anić, Split
Spisak literature
ANIĆ, Rebeka, Žena – slika Božja, u: Bogoslovska smotra LX (1990.) 3-4, str. 290-301.
ANIĆ, Rebeka Jadranka, Više od zadanoga. Žene u Crkvi u Hrvatskoj, Split, Franjevački
institut za kulturu mira, 2003., str. 45-48; 155-172; 297-325.
BAJSIĆ, Vjekoslav, Žena kao čovjek, u: Bogoslovska smotra LX (1990.) 3-4, str. 144-154.
BROWN, Ann, Obrana žene. Feminizam i Biblija, Zagreb, STEPress, 1996., str. 73-96.
LEISCH-KIESL, Monika, Eva als Andere. Eine exemplarische Untersuchung zu
Frühchristentum und Mittelalter, Köln/ Weimar/Wien, Böhlau, 1992., str. 27-213.
REBIĆ, Adalbert, Biblijska prapovijest, Zagreb, Kršćanska sadašnjost, 1970., str. 59-190.
SCHÜNGEL-STRAUMANN, Helen, Denn Gott bin ich, und kein Mann. Gottesbilder im Ersten
Testament – feministisch betrachtet, Mainz: Matthias-Grünewald-Verlag, 21996., str. 918.
SCHÜNGEL-STRAUMANN, Helen, Die Frau am Anfang. Eva und die Folgen, Freiburg-BaselWien, 1989.
SCHÜNGEL-STRAUMANN, Helen, Eva, u: Elisabeth Gössmann/Helga Kuhlmann/Elisabeth
Moltmann-Wendel, Wörterbuch der Feministischen Theologie, Gütersloh, Gütersloher
Verl.-Haus, 2002.2 , str. 125-133.
Spisak literature
Mihajlov Anđelka
1. OdRaz za budućnost - Etika odgovornosti, Hesperia edu., 2007.
2. Održivi razvoj i životna sredina ka Evrpi u 95+ koraka, 2005 (na srpskom).
01. 06. 2008.
13
Download