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Center for the Study of World Religions
Harvard Divinity School
Religions of the World and Ecology Series
Islam and Ecology Volume
Richard Foltz, Frederick Denny, Azizan Baharuddin, eds.

 

Table of Contents

 
Series Preface Lawrence E. Sullivan
 
Series Foreword Mary Evelyn Tucker and John A. Grim
 
Preface Adnan Z. Amin
 
Introduction Richard C. Foltz
 
Chapter 1 God, Humans, and Nature
“Toward and Understanding of Environmental Ethics from a Qur’anic Perspective”
Abrahim Özdemir

“The Universe Alive: Nature in the Masnavi of Jalal al-Din Rumi”
L. Clarke

Fitra: An Islamic Model for Humans and the Environment”
Saadia Khawar Khan Chishti
 
Chapter 2 The Challenge of (Re)Interpretation
“Islam, the Contemporary Islamic World, and the Environmental Crisis”
Seyyed Hossein Nasr

“Islam and the Environment: Theory and Practice”
Mawil Izzi Dien

“Islam and Ecology: Toward Retrieval and Reconstruction”
S. Nomanul Haq

“Peace in Islam: An Ecology of the Spirit”
Abdul Aziz Said and Nathan C. Funk

“The Basis for a Discipline of Islamic Environmental Law”
Othman Abd-ar-Rahman Llewellyn

“Islamic Environmentalism: A Matter of Interpretation”
Richard C. Foltz

“Toward an Islamic Ecotheology”
Kaveh L. Afrasiabi
 
Chapter 3 Environment and Social Justice
“Islam, Ecology, and Modernity: An Islamic Critique of the Root Causes of Environmental Degradation”
Fazlun M. Khalid

“The Environmental Crisis of Our Time: A Muslim Response”
Yasin Dutton

“Islam, Muslim Society, and Environmental Concerns: A Development Model Based on Islam’s Organic Society”
Hashim Ismail Dockrat

“Ecological Justice and Human Rights for Women in Islam”
Nawal Ammar
 
Chapter 4 Toward a Sustainable Society
“Scientific Innovation and al-Mizan
Mohammad Aslam Parvaiz

“Capacity Building for Sustainable Development: The Dilemma of Islamization of Environmental Institutions”
Safei-Eldin A. Hamed

“Islam, the Environment, and Family Planning: The Cases of Egypt and Iran”
Nancy W. Jabbra and Joseph G. Jabbra

“An Ecological Journey in Muslim Bengal”
Mohammad Yusuf Siddiq

“Islam in Malaysia’s Planning and Development Doctrine”
Abu Bakar Abdul Majeed

“The Aga Khan Development Network: An Ethic of Sustainable Development and Social Conscience”
Tazim R. Kassam
 
Chapter 5 The Islamic Garden as Metaphor for Paradise
“Nature in Islamic Urbanism: The Garden in Practice and in Metaphor”
Attilio Petruccioli

“From the Gardens of the Qur’an to the ‘Gardens’ of Lahore”
James L. Wescoat, Jr.

“Trees as Ancestors: Ecofeminism and the Poetry of Forugh Farrokhzad”
Farzaneh Milani
 

Glossary of Arabic Terms

Bibliography

Notes on Contributors

Index

 
 
 
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