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April, 2020

  • 22 April

    Articles of Islamic Acts+PDF

    This book concludes Laws on cleanliness, prayers, fasting, hajj, transactions, marriage, and other topics according to the Islamic law of Ayatollah Abul Qasim al-Khu'i.

February, 2020

January, 2020

December, 2019

  • 28 December

    Between Hadīth and Fiqh: the “Canonical” Imāmī Collections of Akhbār

    As an example of the processes at work in the collection and presentation of akhbār, the writer examines the issue of tayammum, ritual purification by...

  • 28 December

    Article: The Living Fiqh, or Practical Theology, of Muslim Humanitarianism

    In this paper the writer analyzes the discursive practices emerging in the transnational Muslim humanitarian sector, documenting the emergence of a pervasive ethic of...

  • 14 December

    Wael B. Hallaq

    Wael B. Hallaq is a scholar of Islamic law and Islamic intellectual history. His teaching and research deal with the problematic epistemic ruptures generated by the onset of modernity and the socio-politico-historical forces subsumed by...

  • 14 December

    Morgan Clarke

    Morgan Clarke is an anthropologist of the Arabic-speaking Middle East with a particular interest in contemporary Islam, especially Islamic law and its relationship to positive law, secular ethics and the...

  • 14 December

    Joseph Franz Schacht

    Joseph Franz Schacht (born in Ratibor, 15 March 1902, died in Englewood, 1 August 1969) was a British-German professor of Arabic and Islam at Columbia University in New York. He was the leading Western scholar on Islamic law, whose Origins of...

November, 2019

October, 2019

  • 1 October

    Book: Shari’a: Theory, Practice, Transformations

    Much contemporary scholarship on Islamic law focuses either on Shari'a's development and structure in the premodern era, or on efforts to reconstitute and apply it in the modern Muslim world. In this comprehensive book...