Ari Schriber is the Editor for Morocco at SHARIAsource. He is currently a PhD student in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Harvard focusing on twentieth-century Islamic intellectual and legal history. His current research focuses on the transformation of the roles of Islamic scholars (ulama) in the Islamic legal infrastructure of colonial and early-independent Morocco. His contributions to SHARIAsource largely focus on key reforms to this infrastructure that mark the evolving status of shari’a in the twentieth century.
- Commentary: The Limits of State Religion in the Moroccan ‘Baha’i Affair’
- Commentary: Codifying Polygamy in the 1957 Moroccan Mudawwana
- Islamic Finance: New Developments in Morocco’s Sharīʿa-Compliant Banking
- The Dissolution of Sharīʿa in the 1965 Moroccan Court Unification Law
- The Limits of State Religion and Non-Muslim Minorities: The Moroccan ‘Baha’i Affair’ of 1962