Upcoming Book Talk: Islamic Criminal Law in Conversation with Kamali’s “Felony and the Guilty Mind in Medieval England”

Join the Harvard Law School Library community and Intisar Rabb, Professor of Law, Professor of History, and Faculty Director, Program in Islamic Law, Harvard Law School, among other scholars, in a conversation around Felony and the Guilty Mind in Medieval England (Cambridge Univ. Press, Oct. 31, 2019), a recent publication by Elizabeth Papp Kamali, Assistant Professor of Law … Continue reading Upcoming Book Talk: Islamic Criminal Law in Conversation with Kamali’s “Felony and the Guilty Mind in Medieval England”

Forum Reply: Tamir Moustafa on “Constituting Religion”

"The Immanent Frame" recently published Tamir Moustafa's reply to a forum on his book Constituting Religion: Islam, Liberal Rights, and the Malaysian State (Cambridge, 2018). In his reply, he outlines the ways in which the co-constitutive dynamics of law, religion, politics, and society are complex. Here is an excerpt of his reply: I want to thank everyone who … Continue reading Forum Reply: Tamir Moustafa on “Constituting Religion”