Weekend Scholarship Roundup

SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP On Islamic Law In "Thinking about the medieval state from a Moroccan perspective: Writing The Almoravid Maghrib" (ARC Humanities Press, February 16, 2024), Camilo Gómez-Rivas (University of California … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup

Weekend Scholarship Roundup

SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP On Islamic Law In "Islamic Law Review of the Dropshipping System" (Journal of Family Law and Islamic Court 2, no. 1 (2024)), Jusmaliah Jusmaliah and others "analyze the … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup

::Roundtable:: Adaptation of the 1858 Ottoman Land Code in Bosnia and Herzegovina under Austro-Hungarian Rule (1878-1918)

By Philippe Gelez  The Treaty of Berlin of July 1878 gave the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy an international mandate to resolve the agrarian question and modernize the administration. In the terms of … Continue reading ::Roundtable:: Adaptation of the 1858 Ottoman Land Code in Bosnia and Herzegovina under Austro-Hungarian Rule (1878-1918)

Weekend Scholarship Roundup

SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP On Islamic Law In "Malaysia federal court declares Kelantan state Shariah laws unconstitutional" (Jurist, February 11, 2024), Salma Ben Souissi (The University of Law, GB) analyzes the recent … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup

::Roundtable:: The Ottoman Land Code in Bulgaria: Selective Interpretations

By Milena B. Methodieva The Ottoman Imperial Land Code of 1858 was one of the major pieces of legislation produced during the Tanzimat (1839-1876), the period of sweeping reforms in … Continue reading ::Roundtable:: The Ottoman Land Code in Bulgaria: Selective Interpretations

::Roundtable:: Legal Translation between Empires: The Case of Çiftlik in Serbia

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By Jelena Radovanović  In the cold early months of 1880, rumors spread that the government of the young Serbian Principality was preparing a law that would once and for all … Continue reading ::Roundtable:: Legal Translation between Empires: The Case of Çiftlik in Serbia

::Roundtable:: When Ottoman Land Law became Greek Law: The case of a land sale in Attica

By Fatma Gül Karagöz* In 1831, Halil Bey and his brothers sold a plot of land in Attica to Count Baggiari, an Italian, therefore at that time a subject of … Continue reading ::Roundtable:: When Ottoman Land Law became Greek Law: The case of a land sale in Attica

::Roundtable:: Transformation and Adaptation of Ottoman Land Law in 19th-Century Successor States

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By Fatma Gül Karagöz* What happens to land and property relations when a new administration obtains the dominion of a territory? I became interested in this question a couple of … Continue reading ::Roundtable:: Transformation and Adaptation of Ottoman Land Law in 19th-Century Successor States

Weekend Scholarship Roundup

SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP On Islamic Law In "The Urgency of Reforming Marriage Laws and Compilation of Islamic Law Entering the 5.0 Era" (KnowledgeE (2024)), Fathul Mu'in (State Islamic University of Raden … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup

Against Impossibility

By Ovamir Anjum The conviction that the sharīʿa has been slain by modernity could be read as the resuscitation of the early classical debate on the sharīʿa’s fatigue. Yet it … Continue reading Against Impossibility