Thank you, Ayman Shabana!

Thank you, Ayman Shabana, for joining us as guest blog editor throughout June. In case you missed any of his blog posts, here they are: Sharī'a, Custom, and Modern Legal Reform Islamic Law, (Bio)ethics, and Ethical Gatekeeping of Science Islamic Law of Paternity and DNA Evidence Islamic Law, Assisted Reproductive Technologies, and Surrogacy Thank you! … Continue reading Thank you, Ayman Shabana!

Thank you, Nada Moumtaz!

Thank you, Nada Moumtaz, for joining us as guest blog editor throughout April. In case you missed any of her blog posts, here they are: Calling All Waqf Haters Late Ottoman Beiruti Waqfs: Closeness to God (Qurba) and Charity for the Family Waqf and the Modern State, Capitalism, and the Private Property Regime Waqf as … Continue reading Thank you, Nada Moumtaz!

May DILL Student Comment :: Zainab Hashmi

The Islamic Law Blog is continuing to feature Harvard student comments on primary sources related to Islamic law. Our student editor for May is Zainab Hashmi (JD'20), a recent graduate of Harvard Law School. We regularly feature a series of three comments written by a student in the Digital Islamic Law Lab (DILL), an incubator … Continue reading May DILL Student Comment :: Zainab Hashmi

Thank you, Kristina Richardson!

Thank you, Kristina L. Richardson, for joining us as guest blog editor throughout March. In case you missed any of her blog posts, here they are: Toni Morrison, John Ralph Willis, and Black Muslim History Ibāḍism in the Medieval Sahel A “Jabri” madhhab of the early modern Sudan? Thank you! Follow Professor Richardson's scholarly work … Continue reading Thank you, Kristina Richardson!

Field Guide to Islamic Law Online

Image of yellow text with red background, which reads "A Field Guide to Digital Islamic Law Resources"

The Field Guide to Islamic Law Online, in the form of a Google document, is a collection of resource links and annotations to SHARIAsource and other Harvard resources, global online digital resources, and a robust “Digital Islamic Law Collection.” We recently added exciting resources to this list: Acehnese manuscripts from Pidie and Aceh Besar regencies … Continue reading Field Guide to Islamic Law Online

Thank you, Omar Farahat!

Thank you, Omar Farahat, for joining us as guest blog editor throughout November. In case you missed any of his blog posts, here they are: A Duty to Obey Muslim Jurists? Time and Moral Choice in Islamic Jurisprudence Translations of Three Tenth/Sixteenth Century Egyptian Ottoman Court Decisions Action Verbs and the Logic of Egyptian Ottoman … Continue reading Thank you, Omar Farahat!

November DILL Student Comment :: Nikhil Goyal

The Islamic Law Blog is continuing to feature Harvard student comments on primary sources related to Islamic law. Our student editor for November is Nikhil (JD'20), a recent graduate of Harvard Law School. Each month, we feature a series of three comments written by a student in the Digital Islamic Law Lab (DILL), an incubator … Continue reading November DILL Student Comment :: Nikhil Goyal

Thank you, Adnan Zulfiqar!

Thank you, Adnan Zulfiqar, for joining us as guest blog editor throughout October. In case you missed any of his blog posts, here they are: Collective Duties (farḍ kifāya) in Islamic Law The Modern Transformation of the Duty to Fight Islamic Jurisprudence for Revolution Prisons, Abolition and Islamic Legal Discourse Thank you! Follow Professor Zulfiqar's … Continue reading Thank you, Adnan Zulfiqar!

October DILL Student Comment :: Terrence George

The Islamic Law Blog is continuing to feature Harvard student comments on primary sources related to Islamic law. Our student editor for October is Terrence (JD'20), a recent graduate of Harvard Law School. Each month, we feature a series of three comments written by a student in the Digital Islamic Law Lab (DILL), an incubator … Continue reading October DILL Student Comment :: Terrence George