“What Geography and Maps Can Sound Like” DILL with Najam Haider July 10, 2020

In our last Digital Islamic Law Lab (DILL), Professor Najam Haider from Barnard College of Columbia University joined us to discuss how textual sources, with the proper computational power, can self-generate maps and geographic designations. Haider’s interest in geography and maps began during his graduate career where he reconstructed legal practices in cities such as … Continue reading “What Geography and Maps Can Sound Like” DILL with Najam Haider July 10, 2020

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Our Field Guide to Islamic Law features resources for virtually teaching Islamic law, history, and related topics, ranging from discussion guides to translated primary sources to digital humanities sites and tools.

Our Field Guide to Islamic Law features resources for virtually teaching Islamic law, history, and related topics, ranging from discussion guides to translated primary sources digital humanities sites and tools. 

Field Guide to Islamic Law Online

Digital Tools & Resources

Educators and researchers around the world are navigating teaching and learning in response to COVID-19 related disruptions and closures. Below we provide, in the form of a downloadable document, instructive links and annotations to SHARIAsource and other Harvard resources, global online digital resources, and a robust "Digital Islamic Law Collection." Spreadsheet of Resources. We recommend … Continue reading

Field Guide to Islamic Law Online

Digital Tools & Resources