The 2021 Middle East Studies Association (MESA) Annual Meeting is taking place on November 29 - December 5, 2021. A complete program listing all the various sessions can be found here, and registration details can be accessed here. The Islamic Law Blog has curated below a list of panels relating to Islamic law and history … Continue reading Islamic Law & History at the Middle East Studies Association Conference (2021): Session Roundup
The 2021 American Society for Legal History annual conference, taking place on November 4-6, 2021, is hosting a wide array of panels relating to Islamic law. Please consult our calendar for all the panels taking place during the conference. The Islamic Law Blog has curated below a list of panels relating to Islamic law as … Continue reading Islamic Law at the American Society for Legal History Conference: Session Roundup
We are delighted to share with you that the Library of Congress and the Program in Islamic Law have initiated a collaborative effort to "identify, select and assess the copyright status of materials focusing on national legal gazettes." Initially set for three years, the collaboration will focus on the legal analysis of Library of Congress' … Continue reading The Library of Congress Announces Collaboration with the Program in Islamic Law!
The Islamic Law Blog's Editor-in-Chief, Intisar Rabb, will be speaking at an online conversation hosted by the University of Southern California Early Modern Studies Institute. The conversation is entitled "Originalism Across Legal Traditions: An Interdisciplinary Conversation" and will take place on May 25, 2021 at 12:00 - 2:00 pm ET. "Leading scholars of law, history, … Continue reading Intisar Rabb, Editor-in-Chief, to speak at the University of Southern California’s originalism event on May 25!
A warm congratulations to former HLS Program in Islamic Law Research Fellow (2018-2020), Dr. Mariam Sheibani for her new position at the University of Toronto, Scarborough! Professor Sheibani is a Visiting Assistant Professor in History at the Department of Historical and Cultural Studies, and will be teaching courses on Islamic history and seminars on early Islam and Islamic thought. … Continue reading Congratulations to Professor Mariam Sheibani!
A Note from the Director [Updated 06.07.2020] Congratulations to the class of 2020! All of us at the Program in Islamic Law at Harvard Law School extend a hearty congratulations on your extraordinary accomplishments in your time here at Harvard, and particularly this last semester where you have shown yourself to be an exceptional class … Continue reading A Note to 2020 Graduates and the Community
The Program in Islamic Law at Harvard Law School invites applications to its 2020-2021 Fellowship Program (due Jan. 31, 2020). Research Fellowships are designed to provide an intellectual home to promising young scholars in Islamic legal studies to advance their own research and to contribute to the intellectual life of the Program and the Harvard … Continue reading PIL Fellowship Applications for 2020-2021 [Now Closed]
We have rolled out a new data visualization tool, which organizes all of our content by topic (Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Islamic Finance, etc.) and theme (Human Rights, Civil Rights, War and Armed Conflict, etc.). Click here to view.
SHARIAsource is pleased to welcome the following new editors: Mohammad Abderrazzaq Harvard University Emily O'Dell Yale Law School Sohair Omar Yemen Aid Jafar Shokrolah Zadeh SUNY Binghamton Katarzyna Sidło Center for Social and Economic Research (CASE) These five scholars will be researching and commenting on a wide range of topics related to Islamic law, including … Continue reading SHARIAsource Welcomes New Editors