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Eminent scholars from the USA, UK, Iran, Saudi Arabia and India have contributed 21 articles to this volume, covering the domains of language and literature, Islam and the Quran, Literary Orientalism, and the higher education scenario in India. These areas of studies have been of interest to Professor Abdur Raheem Kidwai, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India, whose 60th birthday this commemorative volume marks.
This volume will be read with much profit by all those interested in cross-cultural studies, especially the relationship between the West and Islam, which is regrettably plagued by misperceptions, often culminating in distrust and hostility. Professor Kidwai's writings have all along sought to bridge the unfortunate divide between the two major world faiths and cultures.
This commemorative volume to mark the 60th birthday of Professor Abdur Raheem Kidwai, Aligarh Muslim University, carries articles on English language, literature, Literary Orientalism, translation, higher education, Islam and the Quran - the areas of Professor Kidwai's specialization. This volume aims at promoting cross-cultural understanding between the Orient and the West, developing better understanding of Islam and the Quran, examining the issues and challenges related to higher education in India and analysing the Quran translations in English.
People interested in cross-cultural studies, especially the relationship between the West and Islam. Also for people interested in Language and Literature, Islam and the Quran, Literary Orientalism and the higher education scenario in India.
SECTION ONE: LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
Chapter 1. Through a Glass Darkly: Milton and Islam - Gordon Campbell
Chapter 2. "It Is This": Agha Shahid Ali's Representations of Kashmir - Claire Chambers
Chapter 3. Why do Translators Translate Premchand's Kafan Again and Again?: A Study of Twelve English Translations of Premchand's Kafan - Tota Ram Gautam
Chapter 4. Indo-Persian Scholarship and the Formation of Orientalism - Gulfishan Khan
Chapter 5. Asian American Literature - John Charles Miller
Chapter 6. Oriental Servants in Paul Scott's The Raj Quartet - Sujan Mondal
Chapter 7. Lady Montagu's Orientalism - Farha Hiba Parvez
Chapter 8. Revisiting Leading Orientalists? Works: Its Necessity, Procedure(s), and Effects - Muhammad-Reza Fakhr-Rohani
Chapter 9. Unravelling Myth, Mystery and Metaphor in Khushwant Singh's Train to Pakistan - Shehnoor Shan
Chapter 10. A Journey through the "Other" Realm - Sherin Shervani
Chapter 11. Victorian Orientalism: Travel Writers? Gaze - Syed Faiz Zaidi
Chapter 12. Peer Observation: A Case Study of Pedagogical Performance of EFL/ESL Teachers - Soada Idris Khan
Chapter 13. Developing Conversation Skills at Undergraduate Level - Md. Amirullah Khan
Chapter 14. Assessment of Teachers? Perception on Blackboard Learning: A Case Study - Taj Mohammad
Chapter 15. Using Literature in an EFL Classroom: A Review of the Integrated Approach - Mohd Nazim
SECTION TWO: ISLAM AND THE QURAN
Chapter 16. Role of Shariah in the State Administration under the Mughals: A Brief Study - Zafarul Islam
Chapter 17. Women in Islam - Mohd Haris Bin Mansoor
Chapter 18. A Fundamental Aesthetic: Said Nursi's Re-writing of the Qur?an into the Idiom of Modernity - Geoffrey Nash
Chapter 19. Professor A. R. Kidwai's Contribution to the Qura?nic Studies An Assessment - Tauseef Ahmad Parray
SECTION THREE: HIGHER EDUCATION
Chapter 20. Academic Leadership in Higher Education: A Case Study of UGCASC/HRDC, AMU 1987-2017 - Faiza Abbasi
Chapter 21. The Need of Androgogy: My CALEM Experiences - Sajid Jamal
Chapter 22. Importance of Education in Islam and the Educational Backwardness of Indian Muslims: Towards Understanding the Paradox - Abdulrahim P. Vijapur
Chapter 23. A Bibliography of Professor A. R. Kidwai's Writings - Sujan Mondal
About the Editors:
Dr (Mrs) Faiza Abbasi (b. 1974), is Assistant Director UGC Human Resource Development Centre, AMU, which she joined in 2012. With a Ph.D. and teaching experience in Wildlife Science she is an Assistant Professor of environmental studies at AMU. She has to her credit a spate of publications and presentations. She has been on the editorial team of the AMU Annual Report and regularly edits and guest edits other periodicals. An ardent speaker and traveller, she has interacted with thousands of higher education teachers. Her areas of interest are eco-theology, natural philosophy, women education, and the art and science of motivation. She volunteers for community upliftment with NGOs and also has a special commitment to preserving Indo-Islamic heritage. Her recently published books are 1) Evolutionary Co-existence among Sympatric Egrets and 2) Glory of India: An Anthology of Urdu Poetry in English Translation. Her upcoming book is on quotes for academic leadership wisdom.
Sujan Mondal is a Doctoral candidate at the Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. He earned his M.Phil. on ?Conflicts of Colonialism: A Study of Paul Scott's The Raj Quartet? from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. His Ph.D. topic is "The Cross-Cultural Encounter: A Critical Study of the Select Works of Rudyard Kipling, E.M. Forster and Paul Scott". His current research interests are Colonial-Postcolonial Fiction, Partition Literature, Cultural Studies, Literary Orientalism and British Muslim Fiction.
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