Translating Arabic Legal Discourse
The Governance Programme at the Aga Khan University Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations invites papers in the disciplines of legal anthropology, law and comparative law, legal pragmatics, sociolinguistics and discourse analysis, politics and translation … Read more
This workshop is interested in papers that consider the following questions:
- How and when did the madrasas start producing bureaucrats?
- What did getting close to political authority entail for the ʿulamāʾ?
- How did offers for higher appointments travel in Islamic
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This one day multi-disciplinary symposium will bring together scholars and students to address various topics related to slavery and liberation. The symposium also proffers new research approaches and methodologies.
Papers on the following general themes are currently being accepted:
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The conference of the USPPIP Project (Understanding Shari’a: Perfect Past, Imperfect Present) is free to attend but registration is necessary.
Please register by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org detailing which days/sessions you will be attending. Registration is open until 1 … Read more
The conference has two main goals:
First, to allow an interdisciplinary discussion about new ways and approaches to re-think and re-interpret the rich legacy and history of traditional Islamic scholarship in the contemporary world. In this regard, we are particularly … Read more
The registration deadline for the conference “Uses of the Past in Islamic Law” ends on Friday, 21 September.
The conference of the project “Understanding Shari’a: Perfect Past, Imperfect Present” takes place 27-29 September at the University of … Read more
“Innovative Approaches in Islamic Sciences and Education” – the registration deadline for the conference ends on 8 September.
The international conference will be held from 20–22 September at the Institute of Islamic Theology, University of Osnabrück.
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