The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Law (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
1008
Utgivningsdatum
2018-11-08
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Medarbetare
Ahmed, Rumee
Dimensioner
254 x 177 x 57 mm
Vikt
1882 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780199679010
The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Law (inbunden)

The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Law

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A comprehensive guide to Islamic legal scholarship, this Handbook offers a direct and accessible introduction to Islamic law and the academic debates within the field. Topics include textual sources and authority, institutions, substantive legal areas, Islamic legal philosophy, and Islamic law in the Muslim World and in Muslim minority countries.
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Sairah Narmah-Alqasim, The Law Teacher The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Law provides an innovative historiographical examination of a wide range of topics in the areas of Islamic Law and Islamic Legal Studies. ... Its comprehensive nature and structure, where for the first time such diverse topics that encompass Islamic Law have been included in one volume, make it unique. ... The Handbook is most suited to postgraduate students, scholars and academics who wish for a comprehensive and
authoritative guide to research in this area.


Phillip Taylor MBE, Head of Chambers, and Elizabeth Taylor, Richmond Green Chamber This handbook is clearly set to be a major modern reference work for scholars and students of Islam and Islamic law for years to come ... The two North American Professors are to be thanked for producing over a 1,000-pages of scholarship which will help those who "regularly confront artificial limits imposed by the disciplinary formation (s) of Islamic legal studies". We are fortunate, indeed, to have this new work available to us.


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Anver M. Emon is Professor and Canada Research Chair in Religion, Pluralism, and the Rule of Law at the University of Toronto. He is the author of Religious Pluralism and Islamic Law (OUP 2014), co-editor of the Oxford Islamic Legal Studies series, and founding editor of the journal Middle East Law and Governance. Rumee Ahmed is Associate Professor of Islamic Law and Associate Dean in the Faculty of Arts at the University of British Columbia.

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Anver M. Emon and Rumee Ahmed: Editors' Introduction I. Discipline and Critique A. Islamic Legal Studies 1: Ayesha Chaudhry: Islamic Legal Studies: A Critical Historiography 2: Anver M. Emon: Fiqh 3: Saadia Yacoob: Islamic Law and Gender 4: Rumee Ahmed: Islamic Law and Theology 5: John R. Bowen: Anthropology and Islamic Law 6: Andrew F. March: Falsafa and Law Part II Legal Theory and Institutions A. Legal Theory 7: Anver M. Emon: Ijtihad 8: Robert Gleave: Imami Shi'i Legal Theory: From its Origins to the Early-Twentieth Century 9: Ayman Shabana: Custom in the Islamic Legal Tradition 10: Youcef Soufi: The Historiography of Sunni Usul al-Fiqh 11: Mairaj U. Syed: Ijma' B. Institutions 12: Mohammad Fadel: al-Qadi 13: Kristen Stilt and M. Safa Saracoglu: Hisba and Muhtasib 14: Matthieu Tillier: The Mazalim in Historiography Part III Origins, Empires, and States A. Historical Studies 15: Benjamin Jokisch: Origins of and Influences on Islamic law 16: Mariam Sheibani, Amir Toft, and Ahmed El Shamsy: The Classical Period: Scripture, Origins, and Early Development 17: Marion Katz: The Age of Development and Continuity, 12th-15th Centuries CE 18: Matthew B. Ingalls: The Historiography of Islamic Law During the Mamluk Sultanate 19: Haim Gerber: Law in the Ottoman Empire 20: M. Reza Pirbhai: A Historiography of Islamic Law in the Mughal Empire 21: Rula Jurdi Abisaab: Delivering Justice: The Monarch's 'Urfi Courts and the Shari'a in Safavid Iran 22: Syed Adnan Hussain: Anglo-Muhammadan Law 23: Leonard Wood: Legislation as an Instrument of Islamic Law Part IV Regional Variations A. Muslim-Majority States 24: Melissa Crouch: Islamic Law and Society in Southeast Asia 25: Antonia Fraser Fujinaga: Islamic Law in Post-Revolutionary Iran 26: Ruth A. Miller: The Turkish Republic 27: Jeff Redding: Islamic Law in South Asia: A Testament to Diversity B. Muslim Minorities 28: Natasha Bakht: The Incorporation of Shari'a in North America: Enforcing the Mahr to Combat Women's Poverty Post-Relationship Dissolution 29: Mathias Rohe: Islamic Law in Western Europe 30: Abdullah Saeed: Shari'a in Australia Part V Substantive Legal Areas A. Case Studies 31: Nathan J. Brown and Mara Revkin: Islamic Law and Constitutions 32: Shannon Dunn: Islamic Law and Human Rights 33: Anver M. Emon: Islamic Law and Finance 34: Kristen Stilt: Animals 35: Lynn Welchman: A Historiography of Islamic Family Law Index