Islamic Law And Empire In Ottoman Cairo

Author: James E. Baldwin
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ISBN: 9781474403092
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Based on author's thesis (Doctoral - New York University, 2010), issued under title: Islamic law in an Ottoman context: resolving disputes in late 17th / early 18th-century Cairo.

Rebel Law

Author: Frank Ledwidge
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1849047987
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Présentation de l'éditeur : "This indispensable book explains how courts are now part of the broader battlefield, deployed by both insurgents and state forces in a world convulsed by unconventional warfare.

Sharia And The Making Of The Modern Egyptian

Author: Reem A. Meshal
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9774166175
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In this book, the author examines sijills, the official documents of the Ottoman Islamic courts, to understand how sharia law, society and the early-modern economy of sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Ottoman Cairo related to the practice ...

Law And Legality In The Ottoman Empire And Republic Of Turkey

Author: Kent F. Schull
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 0253021006
Size: 64.64 MB
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The editors of this volume have gathered leading scholars on the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey to chronologically examine the sweep and variety of sociolegal projects being carried in the region.

The Ashgate Research Companion To Islamic Law

Author: Peri Bearman
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317043065
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Ottoman Empire: Legal Practice and Dispute Resolution in Çankırı and
Kastamonu (1652–1744). Leiden: Brill. Gerber, Haim. 1994. State, Society, and
Law in islam: Ottoman Law in Comparative Perspective. Albany: State University
of New York Press. Hallaq, Wael B. 2009. An introduction to islamic Law.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Hanna, Nelly. 1995. Administration of
Courts in Ottoman Cairo.

The Second Formation Of Islamic Law

Author: Guy Burak
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 110709027X
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The Second Formation of Islamic Law offers a new periodization of Islamic legal history in the eastern Islamic lands.

Pragmatism In Islamic Law

Author: Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 0815653190
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Yossef Rapoport, “Legal Diversity in the Age of Taqlid. The Four Chief Qādis
under the Mamluks,” Islamic Law and Society 10:2 (2003): 210–28; Escovitz, "
Establishment of Four Chief Judgeships in the Mamluk Empire" ... Reem Meshal,
“Antagonistic Sharī'as and the Construction of Orthodoxy in Sixteenth-Century
Ottoman Cairo,” Journal of Islamic Studies 21:2 (2010): 183—212, at 183–85;
Cornell H. Fleischer, “The Lawgiver as Messiah: The Making of the Imperial
Image in the ...

Beyond The Exotic

Author: Amira El Azhary Sonbol
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815630555
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Cairo: Dar al-I tisam, 1990. Ibn Iyas. Bada'i' al-^uhur fi waqa'i' al-duhur. 5 vols.
Cairo, 1982-1984. Ibn al-Jawzi, 'Abd al-Rahman 'Ali. Sifat al-safwa. 4 vols. Beirut,
1986. Ibn Kathir. Tafsir al-Qur'an al-'a^im. 4 vols. Cairo: Dar Ihya' al-Kutub al-'
arabiyya, ... "Zina in Islamic Law." In Contributions a I'histoire economique et
sociale de I'Empire Ottoman, edited by Jean-Louis Bacque-Grammont and Paul
Dumont, 59—92. Leu- ven: Editions Peeters, 1983. . "Zina in Ottoman Law." In
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State Society And Law In Islam

Author: Haim Gerber
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791418772
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This book explores the legal structure of the Ottoman Empire between the sixteenth and early nineteenth centuries and examines its association with the Empire's sociopolitical structure.