It is my understanding that most comprehensive works of Islamic thought (past and present) do the following:
- (a) Give rules or guidelines for behavior, some of them specific to women;
- (b) Give rules or guidelines for behavior of pilgrims on the Hajj.
I am interested in the interaction of (a) and (b) before 1800: Did any major works (or connected sets of works or documented attitudes) of Islamic thought promulgate rules or guidelines for women's behavior that might be different for women making the Hajj?
If so, can you point me to any (primary or secondary) sources that focus on this?