The Field Guide to Digital Islamic Law, in the form of a Google document, is a collection of resource links and annotations to SHARIAsource and other Harvard resources, global online digital resources, and a robust “Digital Islamic Law Collection.” We recently added exciting resources to this list:
- Musawah’s Mapping of Muslim Family Laws Globally provides users an interactive map of thirty-one Muslim-majority countries that tracks their progress in their family laws and practices.
- Jerusalem Prosopography Project developed by the Prosopography of Early Islamic Administration (PEIA) aims at recording judiciously the biographical evidence available in Arabic primary sources about the people who played a role in the state apparatus during the early Islamic period (ca. 622-800). It is part of the Jerusalem Prosopography Project (JPP) that aims at recording judiciously the biographical evidence available in the Arabic primary sources about several well-defined groups of people who flourished during the first two centuries of Islam. The database is accessible on the website and includes a user guide.