Afternoon Talks on Islamic Law

Afternoon Talks on Islamic Law

Im Rahmen ihrer Vortragsreihe „Afternoon Talks on Islamic Law“ lädt die Forschungsgruppe "Das Recht Gottes im Wandel" regelmäßig herausragende Wissenschaftler*innen ein, die zum Familienrecht der islamischen Länder oder verwandten Themen arbeiten.

Der nächste Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law

Afternoon Talks seit 2020

Hoko Horii (Leiden University): Is Child Marriage an Islamic Practice?

Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law
23.02.2023 16:00

Dr. iur. Bahman Khodadadi (Universität Münster): The Theocratic Agency of the Iranian Legal System at the Legislative and Judicial Levels

Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law
19.01.2023 16:00
Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationales Privatrecht

PD Dr. Manfred Sing (University of Freiburg): Islamic Bioethics: Development, Characteristics, Challenges

Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law
06.10.2022 16:00

Professor Ahmed El Shamsy (University of Chicago): Is Islamic law ethical?

Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law
25.08.2022 16:00

Eirik Hovden (Universität Bergen): Waqf in Zaydi Yemen

Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law
28.04.2022 16:00

Nils Fischer (Vinzenz Pallotti University): Islamic Bioethics

Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law
17.02.2022 16:00

Dominik Krell: Islamic Governance in Saudi Arabia: Contemporary Perspectives on siyāsa sharʿiyya

Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law
19.08.2021 16:00

Caterina Bori (Universität Bologna): An elusive concept: Ibn Taymiyya’s vision of siyāsa shar‘iyya

Afternoon Talk on Islamic Law
24.06.2021 16:00

Covid-19: implications for the application of family law in MENA countries

Virtuelle Podiumsdiskussion │ Afternoon Talks on Islamic Law
01.07.2020 14:00

Afternoon Talks 2013 - 2019

Dr. Lena Salaymeh (Tel Aviv University/MPI):
Imperialist Feminism and Islamic Law

Dr. Gianluca Parolin (Aga Khan University, London):
HD Jurisprudence. Egyptian Television Drama and Marriage Taboos

Prof. Arif A. Jamal (National University of Singapore, Faculty of Law):
Authority and Plurality in Muslim Legal Traditions: The Case of Ismaili Law

Prof. Dr. Annelies Moors (University of Amsterdam):
Problematizing unregistered marriages: The law, public debate and everyday life in the Netherlands and Palestine

Tim Knoche (Universität Heidelberg):
Islamic inheritance law in Christian wills of high medieval Toledo

Dr. Morgan Clarke (University of Oxford):
Islam and Law in Lebanon: Sharia within and without the State

Kai Kreutzberger (Auswärtiges Amt):
Annäherung an den richterlichen Bücherschrank – der Rückgriff auf verwandte Rechtsordnungen in der Gutachtenpraxis

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Maisel (Universität Leipzig):
Tribal Law and Customs: How to Repair Social Cohesion in the Niniveh Plains

Prof. Dr. Serdar Kurnaz (Akademie der Weltreligionen, Universität Hamburg):
Mechanismen der Rechtsfindung in der herrschenden sunnitischen Lehre: das Zinsverbot (ribā) in Ibn Rushds Schrift Bidāyat al-muǧtahid

Anver Emon (University of Toronto):
Jurisdictional Imaginings in Early Islamic Law

Abir Haddad (Universität zu Köln):
Das islamische Recht als geeignete Rechtsvergleichsordnung?

Prof. Dr. Norbert Oberauer (Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster):
Vertragsfreiheit im islamischen Recht? Klassische Ansätze und zeitgenössische Diskurse

Suzel Roux (Université Paris 2 Panthéon-Assas):
Laizismus und französisches Privatrecht

Monika Lindbekk (University of Oslo):
Adjudicating Islamic Family Law in Egypt: Continuity and Rupture

Prof. Dr. Susan Rutten (Maastricht University, Faculty of Law):
Family Law Research at the Intersection of Islamic and European Normative Orders

Prof. Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim (McGill University Institute of Islamic Studies):
Care of Neglected Children in Islamic Law: The Destigmatization of Non-Normative Childhood

Prof. Haider Ala Hamoudi (University of Pittsburgh School of Law):
Exposing the Quietist Myth: Law and Shari’a in Modern Shi’i Society

Nafay Choudhury (Independent Researcher on Afghanistan, LL.B. / B.C. L. [McGill], MA [Queen's]):
Contracts as Relational Practice: Informal Busines s Arrangements of Taxi Drivers in Kabul, Afghanistan

Prof. Narendra Subramian (McGill University):
Nation and Family: Personal Law, Cultural Pluralism, and Gendered Citizenship in India

Esther van Eijk (Maastricht University):
All in the family: Muslim and Christian family law practices in Syria

Dr. Nahda Shehada (International Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University Rotterdam):
The Differential Application of Family Law in the Sharia Courts of Gaza and Damascus

Nada Moumtaz (Ohio State University):
Beyond Practice vs. Theory in Islamic Law: The Work of Maṣlaḥa in Waqf Exchanges in the Reconstruction of Downtown Beirut

Judge Sherif Elnegahy:
Can Mediation Deliver Justice?

Dr. Leyla Dakhli (CNRS, Aix-en-Provence):
The Tunisian Revolution and the Social Transformations of the Elites

Dr. Basmah Mosleh Omair (Alsayedah Khadijah Bint Khawilid Lobbying Center Jeddah, Saudi Arabia):
Saudi Women in the National Development

Dr. Sahar Maranlou (University of Oxford):
Women’s Access to Justice in Iran

Prof. Dr. Shaheen Sardar Ali (University of Warwick, United Kingdom):
Authority and Authenticity: Shari'a Councils in Britain and Muslim Women's Rights

Prof. Dr. Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim (McGill Institute of Islamic Studies, Montreal):
Child Custody in Islamic Law and the Hague Convention: Compatibilities and Tensions

Prof. Dr. Najma Moosa (University of the Western Cape, South Africa):
The Implications of the Official Designation of Imams as Marriage Officers for the Recognition of Muslim Personal Law in South Africa

Farzaneh Shakeri (University of Tehran, Iran):
Passing Iranian Mothers' Nationality to Their Children, a Critique of the Iranian Act of 24 September 2006

Prof. Dr. Yüksel Sezgin (Syracuse University, USA):
How Do Non-Muslim Democracies Apply and Regulate Islamic Law? A Comparative Analysis of Muslim Family Laws in Israel, India and Greece

Encyeh Sadr (Rechtsanwältin Teheran, Iran):
An Overview of the Oil and Gas Contracts in Iran and the Recent Developments

Prof. Dr. Ayesha Shahid (Brunel University London, Großbritannien):
Post-Divorce Maintenance for Muslim Women in Pakistan and Bangladesh: A Comparative Perspective

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