Thank you, Nahed Samour for joining us as guest blog editor in February. In case you missed her essays, here they are: Judicial Bureaucracy: Revisiting Modern Theory for the Study … Continue reading Thank you, Nahed Samour!
By Nahed Samour Bureaucratization demands regular activities and official duties. These duties are a central aspect of a bureaucratically governed structure. Regularity is important particularly in the application and adjudication … Continue reading Adjudication as Official Duty: Regular Activities in a Bureaucratically Governed Structure
By Nahed Samour Surely, Max Weber was wrong with his assumptions about Kadi-Justice (kadijustiz). He is rightly criticized as a modernization theorist, placing a protestant work ethics at the centre … Continue reading Judicial Bureaucracy: Revisiting Modern Theory for the Study of Islamic Law
Nahed Samour is Fellow at the Law & Society Institute at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Law where she is currently working on her habilitation. She researches and writes … Continue reading Welcome to our February Guest Blogger: Nahed Samour
Dr. Nahed Samour, currently an Early Career Fellow at Lichtenberg-Kolleg, Göttingen Institute for Advance Study, presented her current work on the professionalization of judges in early Islamic courts at SHARIAsource's first … Continue reading SHARIAsource Lunch Talk :: Authority through Organization? Professionalization and Bureaucratization at Early Islamic Courts
SHARIAsource Early Abbasid Iraq and Iran Editor Nahed Samour moderated a discussion at the Jewish Museum in Berlin on tolerance of criticism in Judaism and Islam. Meanwhile, an op-ed in … Continue reading SHARIAsource Editors and Senior Scholars’ Round Up: Aug 20th