Ausgewählte Vorträge und Konferenzteilnahmen

(seit 2018)

‘Inheritance Creates a Grudge’: Towards a New Inheritance Law for Christian Communities in Middle Eastern Countries
The Humanities and Social Sciences Fund Conference on New Developments in the Accommodation of Religious Law in Modern States: Critical and Comparative Perspectives, organized by Karin Carmit Yefet, Ido Shahar and Muhammad Al- Atawneh, University of Haifa, 23.-24. August 2022.

Attitudes toward Inheritance and Inheritance Practices of Muslim and Christian Jordanians
10th Islamic Legal Studies conference, convened by the International Society for Islamic Legal Studies (ISILS), London, 19.-21. Mai 2022.
Participation in the ISILS podcast Shar3i:

“Inheritance creates a grudge”: the struggle towards a new inheritance law for Christian communities in Jordan
Workshop: Canonization and Codification in the Middle East, Universität Bergen, 26. November 2021

Applying Byzantine Family Law in the Greek Orthodox courts in Amman and Jerusalem: Adjudication in Settings of Legal Pluralism
DAVO Konferenz, Hamburg, 4. Oktober 2019

Book launch: Reforming Family Law: Social and Political Change in Jordan and Morocco
University of Oxford, St Antony’s College, Oxford, 14. Juni 2019

Inheritance law reform in Jordan: procedural law as a tool to protect women’s inheritance rights
Workshop on: Islamic Law and Gender Equality in the Balance: Inheritance Law Reform in Tunisia, Aga Khan University, London, 12. Juni 2019

The application of Islamic and Christian family law in the Middle East and in Germany
45. Feministischer Juristinnentag, Freiburg, 11. Mai 2019

Book talk: The Politics of Family Law Reform in Jordan & Morocco
Centre for Strategic Studies, University of Jordan, Amman, 9. April 2019

Adjudicating Christian Family Law in Jordan: legal borrowing across Religious Lines?
Law, Islam and Anthropology Conference, Max-Planck-Institut für ethnologische Forschung, Halle, 10. November 2018

The exemption of Christian family law in Jordan from the CEDAW debate: diffusion of international norms through legal borrowing?
Workshop: The Family, Human Rights and Internationalism, Universität Göttingen, 2.-3. November 2018

Applying Christian family law in Jordan’s Greek Orthodox court: adjudication in settings of legal pluralism
International Institute for the Sociology of Law, Oñati, Spanien, 25. Mai 2018

Family law reform in Algeria: national politics, key actors, and transnational factors
Faculty of Law, Centre for Migration Law, Radbound Univeristy, Nijmegen, Niederlande, 23. März 2018

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