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Monograph (1)

Monograph
Dörthe Engelcke, Reforming Family Law – Social and Political Change in Jordan and Morocco (Cambridge Middle East Studies, 55), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2019, XVI + 270 pp.

Contribution to an Encyclopedia (1)

Contribution to an Encyclopedia
Dörthe Engelcke, Jordan, in: Gerhard Robbers, W. Cole Durham (eds.), Encyclopedia of Law and Religion, vol. 3: Asia, Brill Nijhoff, Leiden 2016, 180–186.

Contribution to a Collected edition (3)

Contribution to a Collected edition
Dörthe Engelcke, Jordan, in: Nadjma Yassari, Lena-Maria Möller, Marie-Claude Najm (eds.), Filiation and the Protection of Parentless Children – Towards a Social Definition of the Family in Muslim Jurisdictions, Asser Press, Den Haag 2019, 135–164.
Contribution to a Collected edition
Dörthe Engelcke, Family Law Reform in Algeria, in: Doris H. Gray, Nadia Sonneveld (eds.), Women and Social Change in North Africa: What Counts as Revolutionary?, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 2018, 308–330.
Contribution to a Collected edition
Dörthe Engelcke, Jordan, in: Nadjma Yassari, Lena-Maria Möller, Imen Gallala-Arndt (eds.), Parental Care and the Best Interests of the Child in Muslim Countries, Asser Press, Den Haag 2017, 121–143.

Journal Article (5)

Journal Article
Dörthe Engelcke, Establishing Filiation (nasab) and the Placement of Destitute Children into New Families: What Role Does the State Play?, Journal of Law and Religion 34, 3 (2019), 408–432.
Journal Article
Dörthe Engelcke, Nadjma Yassari, Symposium Introduction – Child Law in Muslim Jurisdictions: The Role of the State in Establishing Filiation (nasab) and Protecting Parentless Children, Journal of Law and Religion 34, 3 (2019), 332–335.
Journal Article
Dörthe Engelcke, Die Aufhebung des Eheverbots zwischen muslimischen Tunesierinnen und nichtmuslimischen Männern: eine kritische Anmerkung, Zeitschrift für Europarecht, internationales Privatrecht und Rechtsvergleichung 59 (2018), 228–236.
Journal Article
Dörthe Engelcke, Law-making in Jordan: Family Law Reform and the Supreme Justice Department, Islamic Law and Society 25 (2018), 274–309.
Journal Article
Dörthe Engelcke, Interpreting the 2004 Moroccan Family Law: Street-Level Bureaucrats, Women’s Groups, and the Preservation of Multiple Normativities, Law & Social Inquiry 2017

Book Review (1)

Book Review
Dörthe Engelcke, The Politics of Islamic Law: Local Elites, Colonial Authority, and the Making of the Muslim State. By Iza R. Hussin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016. 352p., Perspectives on Politics 17 (2019), 1212–1213.

Working Paper (3)

Working Paper
Dörthe Engelcke, Reasserting State Control Over Official Islam in Morocco, in: Official Islam in the Arab World: The Contest for Religious Authority. Ed. Nathan J. Brown, 13-15. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2017
Working Paper
Dörthe Engelcke, Morocco's Changing Civil Society, 2016
Working Paper
Dörthe Engelcke, The Ongoing, Steady Gains of Morocco's Islamist Party, 2015
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