Hauwa Ali

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Simpleicons Interface user-outline.svg Hauwa Ali
Rayuwa
ƙasa Najeriya
Mutuwa 1995
Sana'a
Sana'a marubuci
Employers Jami'ar Maiduguri

Hauwa Ali (ta mutu a shekara ta 1995) marubuciya ce 'yar Nijeriya da aka san ta da litattafan labarinta da ke bincika rayuwar mata Musulmai da kuma gabatar da tambayoyi game da ƙimar Musulunci da' yancin mata. Fitacciyar sananniyar littafin ta shine, Destiny, ta lashe kyautar Delta saboda tatsuniyoyi. [1]

Rayuwa[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

An haifeta ne a garin Gusau dake arewacin Najeriya . [1] Ta koyar a Jami'ar Maiduguri kuma an buga litattafan ta a ƙarshen 1980s. A shekarar 1995 ta mutu sakamakon cutar kansa. [2] an haife ta ne a jihar Zamfara.

Rubuce-rubucea[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

An rubuta almarar tata ne ta mahangar budurwa wacce ba ta yi aure ba, kuma tana gabatar da ilimi a matsayin "mashiga ce ta samun nasara, mai birgewa a nan gaba".

Babban jigon litattafinta na farko mai suna Kaddara (Enugu, 1988) 'yar shekaru 16 ce Farida. Labarin ya kafa tashin hankali tsakanin, a bangare guda, ilimi, aiki, 'yanci da miji wanda Farida ta zaba kuma, a wani bangaren, mijin da ke shawo kan dangin ta yana ba da tsaro na kudi, amma yana kokarin tilasta mata ta zama mai biyayya kuma ta yarda ga dukkan zabinsa.  Littafinta na biyu, Nasara (Enugu, 1989), ta ci gaba da wasu daga cikin waɗannan jigogi kuma tana gabatar da tambayoyi game da auren al'adu. [2]

Wani mai sukar ra'ayi ya hada alaka tsakanin matsalolin Farida da Musulunci, yana mai ba da shawarar ta nuna "yarda da kaddara". [3] Wani yayi jayayya da wannan kuma ya jaddada ta "ba ta son karaya" da kuma sadaukar da kai ga addu'a, tana ganin imaninta a matsayin ƙarfi mai kyau. [1] Kaddara an ce ya kasance a wani "al'adar Musulunci bujuro, yayin da manajan to tambaya da sakamako na ta m aikace-aikace". [2] An bayyana Ali a matsayin daya daga cikin mata marubuta a shekarun 1990s a arewacin Najeriya "yana ba da gudummawa ga baiwarsu ta kere kere" a cikin "bangon addini da al'ada". [4]

Manazartai[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Shirin Edwin, "'Working' and 'Studying' Muslim Women: African Feminist Theory and the African Novel", Women's Studies, An inter-disciplinary journal, Volume 37, Issue 5, 2008.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Ezenwa-Ohaeto, "Shaking the Veil: Islam, Gender and Feminist Configurations in the Nigerian Novels of Hauwa Ali and Zaynab Alkali", Ufahamu: A Journal of African Studies, 24(2–3) 1996.
  3. Margaret Hauwa Kassam, quoted in Edwin (2008), "'Working' and 'Studying' Muslim Women".
  4. Margaret Hauwa Kassam, "Some Aspects of Women's Voices from Northern Nigeria", African Languages and Cultures, Vol. 9, No. 2, Gender and Popular Culture (1996), pp. 111–125.