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A Bibliography of Islamic Law, 1980-1993

This bibliography offers a new and indispensable tool for both researchers and practitioners in the field of Islamic law.

This bibliography offers a new and indispensable tool for both researchers and practitioners in the field of Islamic law. It supplements the bibliographies published by Joseph Schacht (1964) and John Makdisi (1987) and includes some 1,600 Western-language publications which have appeared between 1980 and 1993. It contains a general and a regional section. With regard to the latter, the main focus is on the Middle East (including Afghanistan and North Africa), although publications in South and Southeast Asia have also been included. In order to facilitate its use, an authors’ index and a subject index have been added.

About the Author

Laila al-Zwaini (MA LL.M Dip.Law) is a Dutch-Iraqi arabist and jurist, specializing in classical and modern shari`a, Arab tribalism, rule of law, legal pluralism, non-state justice, Islamic religious authority, human rights, Muslim women’s empowerment, and madaniya (civilism) in the Arab and Muslim world.

Ruud Peters is Professor of Islamic Law at the University of Amsterdam.

Bibliographic Information

Title: A Bibliography of Islamic Law, 1980-1993

Authors: Laila Al-Zwaini and Ruud Peters

Publisher:  BRILL

 Language: English

Length: 239

ISBN: 9789004100091

Pub. Date: 01 Jul 1994

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