SCHOLARSHIP ROUNDUP On Islamic Law: In "Experiencing ‘nikah Captivity’ in the West: Gendered Conflicts over Ending Muslim Marriages" (Journal of Muslims in Europe, online, September 16, 2021), Anika Liversage (The Danish Center for Social Science Research), based on a series of interviews with Muslim women, finds that second-generation Muslims in Denmark are more easily able … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup
The Islamicate Digital Humanities Network is organizing the first conference on Digitial Hadith Studies on January 27, 2021. The conference will include speakers including Mairaj U. Syed, Danny Halawi, Nazmus Saquib, Shuaib Choudhry, and Mohamed Alkaoud. The conference will also include a presentation of a newly designed software on automation of isnād trees.
The Program in Islamic Law (PIL) has curated a list of panels from the Middle East Studies Association's (MESA) 2020 Annual Meeting schedule that are related to Islamic law and history, and data science.* MESA's fifty-fourth annual meeting will be held between October 5 - 17, 2020. Register here. Is there a session missing that … Continue reading Islamic Law & Data Science at MESA 2020! (A PIL Guide)