On Islamic Law:
- In “The Validity of Bitcoins According to the Islamic Law” (Law and Justice 6, no. 2 (2022)), Wardah Yuspin and Sakia Agia Salsabella (Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta) argue that “bitcoins produce more harm than good” and consequently that they are “prohibited by Islamic law.”
- In “Legality of Immunisation in Islamic Law” (Journal of Asian and African Social Science and Humanities 8, no. 1 (2022)), Noor Shuhadawati Mohamad Amin and Ahmed Affan ShafyInternational (Islamic University Malaysia) argue that “the legality and permissibility of any preventive or medical treatment is based on the legality of its process, permissibility of ingredients used and necessity of such a process or ingredient in accordance to objectives of Islamic law.”
On Islam and Data Science:
- In “The influence of Islamic Law on corruption perceptions and its impact on public trust in the City of Bandung, Indonesia” (International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science 11, no. 1 (2022)) Yayan Heryana and Euis Mulyati Sukarya assess the impact of Islamic law on how ordinary citizens – a sample of 100 – perceive public trust, find that “Islamic law and perceptions of corruption simultaneously affect public trust by 79.7%.”
FIELD GUIDE TO ISLAMIC LAW ONLINE: RECENT SOURCES
This Field Guide to Islamic Law Online is an ever-growing collection of links to hundreds of links to primary sources and archival collections around the world, online. We recently added new resources to this list:
- Arabic Beta Code is a digital tool that “make[s] it easy to type fully-vocalized Arabic texts on any machine through the use of simple character combinations and automatic rendering into various transliteration schemes and the Arabic script.”
- Medieval Palace of Justice (Dār al-ʿadl) is a database of Egyptian and other Mamlūk dār al-‘adl locations.
UPCOMING EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES
- Call for Applications: 2022 Temple Bar Scholarship. Deadline: April 30, 2022.
- Postdoctoral position opening: Christian-Muslim communication, University of Konstanz. Deadline: April 2022.
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- Conference on Kurdish Family Law, Harnack House in Berlin, June 2-4, 2022.
- Workshop: Intertextuality in Islamic and Jewish Law, June 21-23, 2022, University of Muenster.
- Conference: The Digital Orientalist’s Virtual Conference 2022, June 25, 2022.
- Call for Contributions: Special-Edition Journal, Pakistan, July 15, 2022.
- Society of Legal Scholars, 113th Annual Conference, King’s College London, September 6-9, 2022.
- Conference: Materiality, Rituals and the Senses in Shi‘i Islam, Georgia, October 19-21, 2022.
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- Position opening: Assistant Professor of Modern Middle Eastern History, University of Tennessee, Fall 2022. Deadline: until an appointment is made.
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- Research Project: Historian/Researcher – Tudor Period/Elizabethan Era, and the Ottoman Empire during the Suleiman the Magnificent Period. Deadline: until the position is filled.
- Call for Submissions: The UCLA School of Law’s Journal of Islamic and Near Eastern Law (JINEL).
- Call for Manuscripts: Advances in the Study of Islam, Edinburgh University Press.
- Request for Open Submissions: AALS 2023 Annual Meeting, January 4-7, 2023. Submission deadlines vary.