Necmettin Kizilkaya is Associate Professor of Islamic Law and Economics at the Faculty of Divinity, Istanbul University. He is director of the Center for Islamic Economics and Finance at Istanbul University. He earned his B.A in Islamic studies from Marmara University and an M.A in Islamic Law from the same university. He received his PhD in Islamic Law from Selcuk University, Institute of Social Sciences in 2011. He has also been a visiting fellow at Princeton University, Columbia University, and Cambridge University. His research interests relate to Islamic studies, especially Islamic law and economics. He focuses on the history of Islamic law, Islamic corporate law, and modernity and Islamic law. He also works on Islamic economics, migration issues, halal food and some other contemporary issues from the legal perspective. Kizilkaya has published several books. His research in the field of Islamic law and economics has appeared in many leading academic journals. He is a scientific advisor for numerous academic journals, and serves on the editorial boards of many academic journals and editor in chief of the Turkish Journal of Islamic Economics (TUJISE).
- Reading a Century of Change and Transformation through the ‘Ulamā
- Jāmi‘ al-Riyāsatayn Shaykh al-Islām Hasan Fahmi Efendi
- A Literary Bureaucrat Scholar and Shaykh al-Islām: Ahmad Ārif Hikmet Bey Efendi
- Ottoman Shaykh al-Islāms of the Nineteenth Century and their Intellectual Biographies