Law and Economic Life in the Islamic World: A Teaching Post

By Fahad Ahmad Bishara. Reposted from the Legal History Blog with permission from the author. For this post, instead of giving reflections on research or on writing in Indian Ocean legal history, I thought I’d write about something lots of us do and talk about: teaching. It is, after all, that time in the semester, isn’t it? … Continue reading Law and Economic Life in the Islamic World: A Teaching Post

Opportunity: Practitioner Chair (Part Time), Queen’s University Belfast

This post is available immediately for 5 years on 0.4fte basis, to provide leadership in the development, management and delivery of Institute engagement with non-academic practitioners working in the field of peace, security and justice in the Muslim World and to sustain a personal research plan, including research grant application. Further information about the Institute … Continue reading Opportunity: Practitioner Chair (Part Time), Queen’s University Belfast

Opportunity: Assistant Professor, Islamic World History, Lehigh University

The Department of History and the Center for Global Islamic Studies at Lehigh University welcome applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor with expertise in a particular region of the Islamic World combined with broad training in the history of Islam’s transnational, cross-cultural, and global dimensions. This position carries a 2/2 teaching load of graduate (M.A. … Continue reading Opportunity: Assistant Professor, Islamic World History, Lehigh University