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This bibliography contains English-language books and articles within books that discuss Islamic law.  The titles were published in the years 2009-2014 and are held in the Library of Congress.  The listing is divided into three sections: works on the history of Islamic law, general works on contemporary law, and works devoted to contemporary law on a specific topic, including alternative dispute resolution, banking and finance, citizenship, commercial law, constitutions, construction, criminal law, family law, food, health, human rights, international law and national security, organizations, privacy, and women’s rights.

Recent Works on the History of Islamic Law

Afsaruddin, Asma.  The Siyar Laws of Aggression: Juridical Re-interpretations of Qur’ānic Jihād and Their Contemporary Implications for International LawIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 45–63.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Ahmad, Ch. Sarfraz.  Ilm-ul-Usul al-Fiqh Islami: Islamic Jurisprudence.  408 pp.  Lahore: Alqnoon Publications, 2013.
KPL469.5.A396

Akarh, Engin Deniz.  Law in the Marketplace: Istanbul, 1730-1840In Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters, & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 245–270.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Akgündüz, Ahmet. Introduction to Islamic Law: Islamic Law in Theory and Practice.  406 pp.  Rotterdam: IUR Press, 2010.
KBP144.A383 2010

Akgündüz, Ahmet.  Islamic Public Law: (Documents on Practice from the Ottoman Archives).  733 pp.  Rotterdam: IUR Press, 2011.
KBP2000.A38 2011

Akkuem Shouket.  A Legal and Historical Excursus of Muslim Personal Law in the Colonial Cape, South Africa, Eighteenth to Twentieth CenturyIn Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa, & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 63–84.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Al-Jawzi, Ibn.  Virtues of the Imam Ahmad Ibn Hanbal.  2 v. Michael Cooperson, ed. & trans. New York: New York University Press, 2013.
KBP310.I2653I26513 2013

Al-Shāfi’ī, Muhammad ibn Idrīs.  The Epistle on Legal Theory.  Joseph E. Lowry, trans.  504 pp.  New York: New York University, 2013.
KBP440.62.S53A3713 2013

Ali, Kecia.  Marriage and Slavery in Early Islam.  262 pp.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2010.
KBP542.35.A43 2010

Aliyye, Fatima.  Continuation of the Debate on Polygamy: A Modern Turkish Version, Transcription, and Facsimile.  Mahmud Es’ad & Rana von-Mende-Altayli, eds.  128 pp.  Berlin: Flaus Schwarz Verlag, 2010.
HQ981.F3813 2010

Allain, Jean.  Acculturation Through the Middle Ages: The Islamic Law of Nations and Its Place in the History of International LawIn Alexander Orakhelashvili, ed.  Research Handbook on the Theory and History of International Law.  pp. 394–407.  Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011.
KZ1234.R47 2011

Ansari, Abdul Haseeb & Saad Abu Elgasim.  Command Theory of Legal Positivism and Hukum Shar’i: A ComparisonIn Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  63–97.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Arabi, Oussama, David S. Powers, & Susan A. Spectorsky, eds.  Islamic Legal Thought: A Compendium of Muslim Jurists.  590 pp.  Leiden: Brill, 2013.
KBP253.I85 2013

Arjomand, Saïd Amir.  Perso-Islamicate Political Ethic in Relation to the Sources of Islamic Law.  In Mehrzad Boroujerdi, ed.  Mirror for the Muslim Prince: Islam and the Theory of Statecraft.  pp. 82–206.  Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2013.
BP173.6.M57 2013 OVERFLOWA5S

Armağan, Servet.  Studies in Islamic Commercial Law & Ottoman Land Law.  144 pp.  Rotterdam: IUR Press, 2011.
KBP683.32.A76 2011

Bashir, Khaled Ramadan.  Treatment of Foreigners in the Classical Islamic State with Special Focus on Diplomatic Envoys: Al-Shaybānī and AmānIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 146–160.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Bhala, Raj.  Understanding Islamic Law: Sharī’a.  1455 pp.  New Providence, NJ: Matthew Bender, 2011.
KBP144.B49 2011 GLOBAL

Bsoul, Labeeb Ahmed.  Islamic Diplomacy: Views of the Classical Jurists.  In Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 127–145.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Calder, Norman.  Islamic Jurisprudence in the Classical Era.  233 pp.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
KBP5 .C348 2010

Chatterjee, Nandini.  Law, Culture and History: Amir Ali’s Interpretation of Islamic Law.  In Shaunnagh Dorsett & John McLaren, eds.  Legal Histories of the British Empire: Laws, Engagements and Legacies.  pp. 45–59.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KD5020.L44 2014

Cilardo, Agostino.  The Early History of Ismaili Jurisprudence: Law Under the Fatimids: A Critical Edition of the Arabic Text and English Translation of al.Qādī al-Nu’mān’s Minhaj al-farāid.  142 pp.  New York: I.B. Tauris Publishers & The Institute of Ismaili Studies, 2012.
KBP355.C55 2012

Clarence-Smith, William Gervase.  Islamic Abolitionism in the Western Indian Ocean from c. 1800In Robert Harms, Bernard K. Freamon, & David W. Blight, eds.  Indian Ocean Slavery in the Age of Abolition.  pp. 81–97.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013.
HT1430.I53 2013

Cooper, Barbara M.  Injudicious Intrusions: Chiefly Authority and Islamic Judicial Practice in Maradi, Niger.  In Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa, & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 183–218.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Coulson, N.J.  A History of Islamic Law.  264 pp.  New Brunswick, NJ: Aldine Transaction, 2011.
KBP50.C68 2011

Eisenberg, David M.  Sources and Principles of Islamic Law.  In Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 15–53. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

El Shamsy, Ahmed. The Canonization of Islamic Law: A Social and Intellectual History.  253 pp.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP50.E4 2013

Emon, Anver M.  Islamic Law and the Anxiety of Reasoned DeliberationIn Courtney Bender & Pamel E. Klassen, eds.  After Pluralism: Reimagining Religious Engagement.  pp. 59-81.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2010.
BL85.A15 2010

Emon, Anver M.  Shari’a and the Modern StateIn Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis, & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 52-81.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Freamon, Bernard K.  Straight, No Chaser: Slavery, Abolition, and Modern Islamic Thought.  In Robert Harms, Bernard K. Freamon, & David W. Blight, eds.  Indian Ocean Slavery in the Age of Abolition.  pp. 61-80.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2013.
HT1430.I53 2013

Gilani, Sayyid Muhammad Yunus.  Jurists and Legislators in Islam: Origin and Classification of the “Ulama.”  In Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  212-234.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Gleave, Robert.  Islam and Literalism: Literal Meaning and Interpretation in Islamic Legal Theory.  212 pp.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.
KBP461.G54 2012

Gradeva, Rossisa.  On Judicial Hierarchy in the Ottoman Empire: The Case of Sofia from the Seventeenth to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. In Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters, & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 271–298.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Hakim, Avrahim, ed.  The Epistle of the Eloquent Clarification Concerning the Refutation of Ibn Qutayba.  175 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP360.N86A33 2012

Hallaq, Wael B.  Sharī’a: Theory, Practice, Transformations.  614 pp.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
KBP144.H356 2009

Hanna, Nelly.  Guild Waqf: Between Religious Law and Common LawIn Pascale Ghazaleh, ed.  Held in Trust: Waqf in the Islamic World.  pp. 135–153.  Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2011.
KMC618.5.H45 2011

Hassan, Said Fares.  Fiqh Al-aqalliyyāt: History, Development, and Progress.  216 pp.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 

Hermann, Denis & Sabrina Mervin, eds.  Shi’i Trends and Dynamics in Modern Times (XVIIIt–XXth Centuries).  180 pp.  Beirut: Orient-Institut, 2010.
BP194.S464 2010

Hermansen, Marcia, trans. Shāh Walī Allāh's Treatises on Juristic Disagreement and Taqlīd : Al-inṣāf fī Bayān Sabab al-Ikhtilāf and ̀Iqd al-Jīd fī Ahkām al-Ijtihād wa-l Taqlīd.  151 pp.  Louisville, KY: Fons Vitae, 2011.
KBP173.25 .S518 2011

Hurvitz, Nimrod.  Legal Doctrines, Historical Contexts and Moral Visions: The Case of Sectarians in the Courts of Law.  In Asad Q. Ahmed, Behnam Sadeghi, & Michael Bonner, eds.  The Islamic Scholarly Tradition: Studies in History, Law, and Thought in Honor of Professor Michael Allan Cook.  pp. 239-263.  Boston: Brill, 2011.
BP53.I745 2011

Imber, Colin.  Ebuʼs-suʻud: The Islamic Legal Tradition. 288 pp.  Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2009.
KBP300.A268I43 2009

Joseph, Sabrina E.  Islamic Law on Peasant Usufruct in Ottoman Syria: 17th to Early 19th Century.  202 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP880.J67 2012

Jeppie, Shamil.  The Making and Unmaking of Colonial Shari’a in the SudanIn Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa, & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 165–182.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Johansen, Baber.  Dissent and Uncertainty in the Process of Legal Norm Construction in Muslim Sunnī Law.  In Michael Cook, Et al.  Law and Tradition in Classical Islamic Thought: Studies in Honor of Professor Hossein Modarressi.  pp.  127-144.  New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.
KBP440.74.L39 2013

Kadri, Sadakat.  Heaven on Earth: A Journey Through Shari’a Law from the Deserts of Ancient Arabia to the Streets of the Modern Muslim World.  372 pp.  New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2012.
KBP50.K33 2012

Kamal, Mohd Hisham Mohd.  Meaning and Method of the Interpretation of Sunnah in the Field of Siyar: A Reappraisal. In Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 64–80.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Kātibī, Ghaydā Khazanh.  Islamic Land Tax = Al-Kharāj: From the Islamic Conquests to the ‘Abbāsid Period. Razia Ali, trans.  410 pp.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2010.
KBP3670.K379 2010

Katz, Marion Holmes.  The Ḥadd Penalty for Zinā: Symbol or Deterrent? Texts from the Early Sixteenth CenturyIn Paul M. Cobb, ed.  The Lineaments of Islam: Studies in Honor of Fred McGraw Donner.  pp. 351–376.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
BP25.L56 2012

Khan, Faraz A., trans.  Maraqi ‘l-sa’adat = Ascent to Felicity: A Manual on Islamic Creed and Hanafī Jurisprudence.  221 pp.  London: White Thread Press, 2010.
BP174.S4713 2010

Khan, Israr Ahmad.  Ibn al-‘Arabi’s Interpretation of the Qur’an: An Evaluation of Its Legal ViabilityIn Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  1-26.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Koçak, Mustafa.  Islam and National Law in Turkey. In Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 231–272.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Köndgen, Olaf.  Shari’a and National Law in the SudanIn Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 181–230.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Knost, Stefan.  The Waqf in Court: Lawsuits over Religious Endowments in Ottoman AleppoIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 427-450.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Layish, Aharon & Mūsá Shawāribah.  Legal Documents from the Judean Desert: The Impact of the Sharīʻa on Bedouin Customary Law.  582 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2011.
KBP455.L39 2011

Levy-Rubin, Milka.  Non-Muslims in the Early Islamic Empire: From Surrender to Coexistence.  267 pp.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011.
DS36.9.D47L49 2011

Lydon, Ghislaine.  Obtaining Freedom at the Muslims’ Tribunal: Colonial Kadijustiz and Women’s Divorce Litigation in Ndar (Senegal)In Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 135–164.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Masud, Muhannad Khalid.  The Award of Matā’ in the Early Muslim CourtsIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 349-381.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Masud, Muhammad Khalid, Rudolph Peters & David S. Power.  Qāḏīs and Their Courts: An Historical SurveyIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 1-44.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Mir-Hosseini, Ziba.  Sharia and National Law in Iran. In Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 319–371.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Moosa, Ebrahim.  Colonialism and Islamic LawIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Armando Salvatore & Martin van Bruinessen, eds.  pp. 158-181.  Islam and Modernity: Key Issues and Debates.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2009.
BP166.14.M53I85 2009

Müller, Christian.  Settling Litigation Without Judgment: The Importance of a Ḥukm in Qāḏī Cases of Mamlūk JerusalemIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 47-69.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Mustafa, Abdul-Rahman.  On Taqlid: Ibn al Qayyim’s Critique of Authority in Islamic Law.  242 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
KBP454.M87 2013

Mwakimako, Hassan.  Conflicts and Tensions in the Appointment of Chief Kadhi in Colonial Kenya 1898-1960s.  In Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 109–134.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Nasir, Jamal J. Ahmad.  Introduction: Origins and Development of Islamic Jurisprudence. The Islamic Law of Personal Status.  pp. 1-16.  Boston: Brill, 3rd ed. 2009.
KBP524.7.N37 2009

Nasir, Jamal J. Ahmad. Islamic Schools of Law and General Sharia Maxims. Islamic Law of Personal Status.  pp. 17-33.  Boston: Brill, 3rd ed. 2009.
KBP524.7.N37 2009

Opwis, Felicitas.  Maslaha and the Purpose of the Law: Islamic Discourse on Legal Change from the 4th/10th to 8th/14th Century.  370 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2010.
KBP456.O69 2010

Paić-Vukić, Tatjana.  World of Mustafa Muhibbi, a Kadi from Sarajevo.  Margaret Casman Vuko, Tatjana Paić-Vukić & Miroslav Vuko, trans.  237 pp.  Istanbul; Isis Press, 2011.
DR1717.M85P3513 2011

Peirce, Leslie.  A New Judge for Aintab: The Shifting Legal Environment of a Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Court.  In Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 71-93.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Powers, David S.  The Development of Islamic Law and Society in the Maghrib: Qāḍīs, Muftīs and Family Law.  1 v. (various paginations).  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Variorum, 2011.
KQC156.P69 2011

Powers, David S.  Four Cases Relating to Women and Divorce in Al-Andalus and the Maghrib, 1100-1500In Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 383-409.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Purohit, Teena.  The Aga Khan Case: Religion and Identity in Colonial India.  183 pp.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2012.
KNS46.A35P87 2012

Rabb, Intisar A.  Islamic Legal Minimalism: Legal Maxims and Lawmaking When Jurists DisappearIn Michael Cook, Et al.  Law and Tradition in Classical Islamic Thought: Studies in Honor of Professor Hossein Modarressi.  pp.  145-166.  New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.
KBP440.74.L39 2013

Radtke, Bernd.  Sunni Islam: LawIn Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 44–47.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Rafeq, Abdul-Karim.  The Application of Islamic Law in the Ottoman Courts in Damascus: The Case of the Rental of Waqf Land.  In Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 411-425.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Reid, Megan H.  Law and Piety in Medieval Islam. 249 pp.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
BP188.R45 2013

Roberts, Richard.  Custom and Muslim Family Law in the Native Courts of the French Soudan, 1905-1912In Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 85–108.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Sadeghi, Behnam.  The Logic of Law-Making in Islam: Women and Prayer in the Legal Tradition.  515 pp.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP144.S227 2013

Saeed, Abdullah.  Pre-modern Islamic Legal Restrictions on Freedom of Religion, with Particular Reference to Apostasy and Its PunishmentIn Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 226-246.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Safran, Janina M.  Defining Boundaries in al-Andalus: Muslims, Christians, and Jews in Islamic Iberia.  247 pp.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2013.
DP302.A468S24 2013

Sajāwandī, Sirāj al-Dīn Muhammad ibn Muhammad.  The Muslim Law of Inheritance: Compiled from Original Arabic Authorities with Arabic Text of Sirajiyyah, Qur’anic Verses & Hadis and Their English Translation.  Mahmoed Ullah ibn S. Jung, trans.  263 pp.  Lahore: Law Book Land, 2013.
KBP632.43.S245 A3414 2013

Serrano, Delfina. Twelve Court Cases on the Application of Penal Law Under the AlmoravidsIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 473-493.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Seyed-Gohrab, A.A. & S. McGlinn, trans.  One Word=Yak Kaleme: 19th-century Persian Treatise Introducing Western Codified Law.  109 pp.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
KMH2050.M8713 2010

Siddiqui, Mona.  Clarity or Confusion: Classical Fiqh and the Issue of LogicIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 17-27.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Siddiqui, Mona. The Good Muslim: Reflections on Classical Islamic Law and Theology.  231 pp.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
BP188.S575 2012

Simonsohn, Uriel I.  A Common Justice: The Legal Allegiances of Christians and Jews Under Early Islam.  306 pp.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011.
K236.S56 2011

Spectorsky, Susan A.  Women in Classical Islamic Law: A Survey of the Sources.  223 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2010.
KBP526.3.S68 2010

Stearns, Justin.  The Legal Status of Science in the Muslim World in the Early Modern Period: An Initial Consideration of Fatwās from Three Maghribī SourcesIn Asad Q. Ahmed, Behnam Sadeghi & Michael Bonner, eds.  The Islamic Scholarly Tradition: Studies in History, Law, and Thought in Honor of Professor Michael Allan Cook.  pp. 265-290.  Boston: Brill, 2011.
BP53.I745 2011

Tsafrir, Nurit.  The ‘Āqila in Ḥanafī Law: Preliminary NotesIn Asad Q. Ahmed, Behnam Sadeghi & Michael Bonner, eds.  The Islamic Scholarly Tradition: Studies in History, Law, and Thought in Honor of Professor Michael Allan Cook.  pp. 221–238.  Boston: Brill, 2011.
BP53.I745 2011

Van Hoecke, Mark.  Islamic Jurisprudence and Western Legal HistoryIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 45-55.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Vishanoff, David R.  The Formation of Islamic Hermeneutics: How Sunni Legal Theorists Imagined a Revealed Law.  318 pp.  New Haven, CT: American Oriental Society, 2011.
KBP285.V57 2011

Weiss, Bernard G.  The Search for God’s Law: Islamic Jurisprudence in the Writings of Sayf al-Dīn al-Āmidī.  784 pp.  Herndon, VA: International Institute of Islamic Thought, 2010.
KBP330.A45W45 2010

Wheeler, Brannon.  Ibāḍī Fiqh Scholarship in ContextIn Paul M. Cobb, ed.  The Lineaments of Islam: Studies in Honor of Fred McGraw Donner.  pp. 321–349.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
BP25.L56 2012

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General Works on Contemporary Law

Abun, Jamil M. & Roman Loimeier.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: The Independent States of Sub-Saharan Africa.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 415-431.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Acar, İsmail.  A Classical Scholar with a Modern Outlook: Fathullah Gülen and His Legal Thought.  In İsmail Albayrak, ed.  Mastering Knowledge in Modern Times: Fethullah Gülen as an Islamic Scholar.  pp. 65-84.  New York: Blue Dome Press, 2011.
BP80.G8M37 2011

Afsaruddin, Asma.  Demarcating Fault-lines Within Islam: Muslim Modernists and Hardline Islamists Engage the Shari’aIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 29-43.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Agrama, Hussein Ali. Questioning Secularism: Islam, Sovereignty, and the Rule of Law in Modern Egypt.  281 pp.  Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2012.
KRM2020 .A944 2012

Ahdar, Rex & Nicolas Aroney, eds.  Shari’a in the West.  336 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
KBP173.25.S52 2010

Ahmad, Ahmad Atif.  The Fatigue of the Shari’a.  208 pp.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
KBP453.A445 2012

Ahmad, Mumtaz, ed.  Toward Revisiting the Debate on Shari’a Prospects and Challenges for Pakistan: A Comprehensive Report of Consultations, Workshop & International Conference.  122 pp.  Islamabad: International Islamic University, Iqbal International Institute for Research & Dialogue, 2010.
KPL469.5.T69 2010

Ahmed, Munir D.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: India. In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 310-313.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Ahmed, Rumee.  Narratives of Islamic Theory.  176 pp.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP440.3.A435 2012

Akgündüz, Ahmed.  Introduction to Islamic Law: Islamic Law in Theory and Practice.  406 pp.  Rotterdam: IUR Press, 2010.
KBP144.A383 2010

Al-Atawneh, Muhammad.  Wahhabi Islam Facing the Challenges of Modernity: Dar al Ift in the Modern Saudi State.  207 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2010.
KBP69.S33A38 2010

Al-Omran, Nayel Musa Shaker.  Judicial Control in the Islamic System.  In Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  311-341. New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Ali, Anshari P.  The Evolution of Islamic Law in the Philippines: History, Texts and Analysis. 290 pp.  General Santos City, Philippines: Mindanao State University, 2009.
KPM469.5.A43 2009

An-Na’im, Abdullahi Ahmed.  Muslims and Global Justice.  374 pp.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011.
KBP2460.N353 2011

Ansari, Haseeb, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law. 424 pp.  New Delhi, Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3C668 2011

Ansari, Haseeb.  Judicial Precedents: An Expository Study of Civil Judicial System and Shari’ah Court SystemInAbdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  127-161.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Arvidsson, Matilda.  Shari’a from Behind the Bench: Court Culture, Judicial Culture and a Judge-made Discourse on Shari’a at a Swedish District Court. In Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 97–115.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Asvat, Riyad.  Economic Justice and Shari’a in the Islamic State.  279 pp.  Melbourne, Australia: Madinah Press, 2011.
KBP173.75.A84 2011

Baktiari, Bahman.  Iran:  Shari’a Politics and the Transformation of Islamic LawIn Robert W. Hefner, ed.  Shari’a Politics: Islamic Law and Society in the Modern World.  pp.  121-145.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2011.
BP173.7.S5315 2011

Barfield, T.  Afghanistan:  The Local and the Global in the Practice of Shari’aIn Robert W. Hefner, ed.  Shari’a Politics: Islamic Law and Society in the Modern World.  pp.  179-206.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2011.
BP173.7.S5315 2011

Bechor, Guy. God in the Courtroom: The Transformation of Courtroom Oath and Perjury Between Islamic and Franco-Egyptian Law.  412 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KRM1784.B43 2012

Berger, Maurits & Nadia Sonneveld.  Sharia and National Law in EgyptIn Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 51–88.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Bowen, John R.  Fairness and Law in an Indonesian Court.  In Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 118-141.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Boyd, Marion.  Ontario’s “Shari’a Court”: Law and Politics IntertwinedIn Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp. 176-186.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013

Bramsen, Dorthe.  Divine Law and Human Understanding – The Idea of Shari’a in Saudi ArabiaInJørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 157-178.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Broecker, Christen.  Policing Morality: Abuses in the Application of Sharia in Aceh, Indonesia.  89 pp.  New York: Human Rights Watch, 2010.
KNW2935.A33 B76 2010

Brown, Nathan J.  Egypt: Cacophony and Consensus in the Twenty-first CenturyIn Robert W. Hefner, ed.  Shari’a Politics: Islamic Law and Society in the Modern World.  pp.  94-120.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2011.
BP173.7.S5315 2011

Buskens, Léon.  Sharia and National Law in Morocco. In Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 89–138.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Cesari, Jacelyne.  Foreword: Sharia and the Future of Western Secularism.  In Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 5–11.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

Cesari, Jacelyne.  Shari’a and the Future of Secular EuropeIn Jacelyne Cesari, edMuslims in the West After 9/11: Religion, Politics, and Law.  pp. 145–175.  New York: Routledge, 2010.
E184.M88 M868 2010

Cheswroth, John & Franz Kogelmann, eds.  Shari’a in Africa Today: Reactions and Responses.  281 pp.  Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2014.
KBP64.S52 2014

Chevallier-Govers, Constance.  Sharī’ah and Legal Pluralism in Malaysia.  94 pp. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies Malaysia, 2010.
KPG469.5.C48 2010

Christelow, Allan.  Islamic Judicial Councils and Their Sociopolitical Contexts: A Trans-Saharan ComparisonIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 299-319.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Christelow, Allan.  Persistence and Transformation in the Politics of Shari’a, Nigeria, 1947-2003: In Search of an Explanatory FrameworkIn Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 247–272.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Christmann, Andreas.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Syria.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 491-497.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Christoffersen, Lisbet.  Is Shari’a Law, Religion or a Combination? European Legal Discourses on Shari’a.  In Jørge S. Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 57-75.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Clarke, L.  Asking Questions About Sharia: Lessons from OntarioIn Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 153–191.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

Crone, Manni.  Shari’a and Secularism in FranceIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 141-156.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Danfulani, Umar Habila Dedem.  Shari’a, Democracy, and Civil Society: The Case of Northern Nigeria.  In Samuel K. Elolia, ed.  Religion, Conflict, and Democracy in Modern Africa: The Role of Civil Society in Political Engagement.  pp. 302–341.  Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2012.
BL65.P7R43365 2012

Dierterich, Renate.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Jordan.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 505-509.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Durán, Khálid & Munir D. Ahmed.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Pakistan.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 335-350.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Ebert, Hans-Georg.  Developments in LawIn Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp 193-220.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Edge, Ian.  Islamic Finance, Alternative Dispute Resolution and Family Law: Developments Towards Legal Pluralism?  In Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp. 116-143.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013

el Fadl, Khaled Abou.  The Shari’ahIn John L. Eposito & Emad El-Din Shahin, eds.  The Oxford Handbook of Islam and Politics.  pp.  7-26.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
FLM 2014 01226/BP173.7 .O945 2013

Emilianides, Achilles C.  Annotated Legal Documents on Islam in Europe: Cyprus.  133 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2014.
KJN246.7.M56A2 2014

Emon, Anver M.  Islamic Law and the Canadian Mosaic: Politics, Jurisprudence, and Multicultural AccommodationIn Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 192–227.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

Emon, Anver M.  Islamic Natural Law Theories.  222 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
KBP440.3.E48 2010

Emon, Anver M.  Religious Pluralism and Islamic Law: “Dhimmīs” and Others in the Empire of Law.  367 pp.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2449 .E48 2012

Fatoohi, Louay.  Abrogation in the Qur’an and Islamic Law: A Critical Study of the Concept of “Naskh” and Its Impact. 287 pp.  New York: Routledge, 2013.
BP130.3.F38 2013

Feener, R. Michael.  Shari’a and Social Engineering: The Implementation of Islamic Law in Contemporary Aceh, Indonesia. 335 pp.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
KBP69.I5F44 2013

Feldman, Noah.  The Fall and Rise of the Islamic State.  189 pp.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012.
KBP2000.F45 2012

Flores, Alexander.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Egypt.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 459-470.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Fluehr-Lobban, Carolyn.  Shari’a and Islamism in Sudan: Conflict, Law and Social Transformation.  343 pp.  London: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KTQ469.5.F5 2012

Freitag-Wirmingshaus, Rainer.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Russia, the Islamic Republics of the Caucasus, and Central Asia.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 269-297.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Ghamidi, Javed Ahmad.  Islam: A Comprehensive Introduction.  617 pp.  Lahore, Pakistan: Al-Mawrid, 201.
KBP490.32.G48A325 2010

Griffith-Jones, Robin.  The “Unavoidable” Adoption of Shari’a Law – The Generation of a Media Storm.  In Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp.  9-19.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013

Hallaq, Wael B. An Introduction to Islamic Law. 200 pp.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
KBP144.H356 2009a

Hanshaw, Mark E.  Muslim and American: Straddling Islamic Law and U.S. Justice.  299 pp.  El Paso, TX: LFB Scholarly Pub., 2010.
KBP69.U6H36 2010

Harder, Hans.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Bangladesh.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 350-359.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Harding, Andrews.  Sharia and National Law in Malaysia. In Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 491–528.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Heberer, Thomas.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: The People’s Republic of China. In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 297-309.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Hussain, Jamila.  Islam: Its Law and Society.  295 pp.  Sydney: Federation Press, 2011.
KBP144.H87 2011 GLOBAL

Hussain, Syeh Shah Asghar.  Strings of Thoughts.  177 pp.  New Delhi: Satyam Publishing House, 2012.
KNS74.H87 2012

Ibrahim, Hauwa.  Practicing Law in Shariah Courts: Seven Strategies for Achieving Justice in Shariah Courts. 368 pp.  Chicago: American Bar Association, 2012.
KTA3474.I27 2012

Islamic Fiqh Academy.  Juristic Decisions on Some Contemporary Issues.  295 pp.  New Delhi: Islamic Fiqh Academy, 2010.
KBP173.25.J873 2010

Jackson, Sherman A.  Islamic Reform Between Islamic Law and the Nation-StateIn John L. Eposito & Emad El-Din Shahin, eds.  The Oxford Handbook of Islam and Politics.  pp.  42-55.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
FLM 2014 01226/BP173.7 .O945 2013

Joppke, Christian & John Torpey.  Legal Integration of Islam: A Transatlantic Comparison.  211 pp.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013.
K236.J67 2013

Kahera, Akel Ismail.  Reading the Islamic City: Discursive Practices and Legal Judgment.  144 pp.  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2012.
KBP3067.K34 2012

Khan, L. Ali & Hishamm M. Ramadan.  Contemporary Ijtihad: Limits and Controversies.  257 pp.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011.
KBP453.K49 2011

Khanbaghi, Aptin, ed.  Interpretations of Law and Ethics in Muslim Contexts.  417 pp.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.
KBP144.I58 2012

Kim, Beng Phar.  Islamic Statehood and Maqasid al-Shariah in Malaysia: A Zero-sum Game?  64 pp.  Bangkok: Asian Muslim Action Network, 2009.
BP63.M4K56 2009

Kogelmann, Franz.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Maghreb. In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 402-415.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Kohli, Hari Dev.  Muslim Law: Cases and Materials.  647 pp.  New Delhi: Universal Law Publishing Co., 201.
KNS481.K64 2012

Korteweg, Anna C.  Agency and Representations: Voices and Silences in the Ontario Sharia DebateIn Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 307–326.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

Korteweg, Anna C. & Jennifer A. Selby.  Conclusion: Debating Sharia in the West.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 377–393.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

Kutty, Faisal.  “Sharia” Courts in Canada: A Delayed Opportunity for the Indigenization of Islamic Legal Rulings.  In Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 123–149.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

>Laremont, Ricardo René.  Islamic Law and Politics in Northern Nigeria.  320 pp.  Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press, 2011.
KTA469.5.L37 2011

Lau, Martin.  Sharia and National Law in Pakistan.  In Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 373–432.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
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Layish, Aharon.  Shahādat Naql in the Judicial Practice in Modern LibyaIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 495-516.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Lindsey, Tim.  Islam, Law and the State in Southeast Asia.  3 v.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
>KNC105.L56 2012

Lubeck, Paul M.  Nigeria: Mapping a Shari’a Restorationist MovementIn Robert W. Hefner, ed.  Shari’a Politics: Islamic Law and Society in the Modern World.  pp.  244-279.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2011.
BP173.7.S5315 2011

MacEoni, Denis.  Sharia Law or 'One Law for All?'.  127 pp.  London: Civitas, 2009.
KD4102.M86M33 2009

Mahmood, J. & Jawad Mahmood.  DF Mulla's Principles of Muhammadan Law: With Survey of Case-law from the Superior Courts, 1906-2013.  1216 pp. Lahore: al-Qanoon Publishers, 2014.
KPL479.M85 2014

Makaramba, Robert V.  The Secular State and the State of Islamic Law in TanzaniaIn Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 273–303.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Manusco, Salvatore.  African Legal Hybridity: Interaction of Western, Islamic and Native Law in the Comorian Legal SystemInEleanor Cashin Ritaine, Seán Patrick Donlan & Martin Sychold, eds.  Comparative Law and Hybrid Legal Traditions: Lausanne, 10-11 September 2009.  pp. 97–116.  Zürich: Schulthess, 2010.
K236.C66 2010

Marboe, Irmgard.  Promoting the Rule of Law: UN, OIC and ILA Initiatives Approaching Islamic LawIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 184–213.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

March, Andrew F.  Islam and Liberal Citizenship: The Search for an Overlapping Consensus.  350 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
KBP2430.M37 2009

Massoud, Mark Fathi.  Law’s Fragile State: Colonial, Authoritarian, and Humanitarian Legacies in Sudan.  277 pp.  Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KTQ1726 .M37 2013

Masud, Muhammad Khalid.  Shari’a Today: Essays on Contemporary Issues and Debates in Muslim Societies.  305 pp.  Islamabad:  National Book Foundation, 2013.
KBP144.M378 2013

Mattes, Hanspeter.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Sudan.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 470-479.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Miller, Michelle Ann & R. Michael Feener.  Emergency and Islamic Law in AcehIn Victor V. Ramraj & Arun K. Thiruvengadam, eds.  Emergency Powers in Asia: Exploring the Limits of Legality.  pp. 213-236.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
KNC956.E46 2010

Modéer, Kjell-Åke.  Shari’a and Nordic Legal ContextsIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 89-94.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Mofokeng, Lesala L.  Legal pluralism in South Africa: Aspects of African Customary, Muslim and Hindu Family Law.  181 pp.  Hatfield, Pretoria, S. Africa: Van Schaik, 2009.
KTL540.M64 2009

Moore, Kathleen M.  The Unfamiliar Abode: Islamic Law in the United States and Britain.  197 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.
KBP69.U6M66 2010

Moosa, Ebrahim.  Ethical Landscape: Laws, Norms, and MoralityIn Jeffrey T. Kenney & Ebrahim Moosa, eds.  Islam in the Modern World.  pp. 35-55.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
BP161.3.I739 2013

Motzki, Harald, Nicolet Boekhoff-van der Voort & Sean W. Anthony.  Analysing Muslim Traditions: Studies in Legal, Exegetical and Maghazi Hadith.  502 p.  Boston: Brill, 2010.
BP135.M68 2010

Müller, Hans.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Horn of Africa.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 438-450.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Nelson, Mathew J.  In the Shadow of Sharī’ah: Islam, Islamic Law, and Democracy in Pakistan.  337 pp.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.
KPL659.N45 2011

Nielsen, Jørgen S.  Shari’a Between Renewal and TraditionIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 1-14.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Niethammer, Katja.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: The Small Gulf States.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 530-537.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Nyazee, Imran Ahsan Khan, comp.  Islamic Legal Maxims.  431 pp.  Islamabad: Advanced Legal Studies Institute, 2013.
KBP40.2.N93 2013

Oba, A.A. Complexities and Complications in the Administration of Islamic and Customary Laws in Nigeria: Rabiu V Abasi (1996) RevisitedIn N.M. Jamo & A.M. Madaki, eds. Administration of Justice in the Customary Courts of Nigeria: Problems and Prospects.  pp. 412–438.  Zaria, Nigeria: Private Law Department, Ahmadu Bello University, 2009.
KTA449.3.A36 2009

Ostien, Philip & Albert Dekker.  Sharia and National Law in NigeriaIn Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 553–612.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Otto, Jan Micheil.  Introduction: Investigating the Role of Sharia in National Law.  In Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 17–49.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Otto, Jan. Michiel.  Sharia and National Law in IndonesiaIn Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 433–490.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Poya, Abbas.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Afghanistan. In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 256-269.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Qāsim, Muhammad.  The Status of Sunnah in Islamic Thought and Shari'ah.  493 pp.  Srinagar, India: Imam Ibn Taimiyyah Research and Da’wah Centre, 2009.

Qureshi, M.H.  Juridical Principles in Islam: A Flexible Approach.  354 pp.  Karachi: Pakistan Law House, 2009.
KBP144.Q743 2009

Rahawān, Muhammad Saeed Mitwally.  The Science of Hadith Terminology and Classification.  300 pp.  Riyadh: International Islamic Publishing House, 2012.
BP135.A1R34 2012

Ramadan, Tariq.  Following Shari’a in the WestIn Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp. 245-255.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013/p>

Ramadan, Tariq.  Radical Reform: Islamic Ethics and Liberation.  372 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
KBP470.R36 2009

Raḥmānī, K̲h̲ālid Saifullah.  Modern Problems: Islamic Perspective.  Mohd. Rafeeque Qasmi, trans.  197 pp.  New Delhi: IFA Publications, 2011.
KBP173.25.R34 2011

Rashid, Syed Khalid & V.P. Bharatiya.  Syed Khalid Rashid's Muslim Law.  5th ed.  439 pp.  Lucknow, India: Eastern Book Co., 2009.
KNS469.5.K48 2009

Sahib, Hikmatullah Babu.  Islamic Law and Modernity: Conflict and ReconciliationIn Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  191-211.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Schulz, Dorothea.  Sharia and National Law in MaliIn Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 529–552.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Schumann, Olaf.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Southeast Asia.  In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 359-401.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Selby, Jennifer A.  Construing the Secular: Implication of the Ontario Sharia DebateIn Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 351–373.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE4395.D42 2012

Selby, Jennifer A. & Anna C. Korteweg.  Introduction: Situating the Sharia Debate in Ontario.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 12–31.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

Shah, Prakash.  Between God and the Sultana? Legal Pluralism in the British Muslim DiasporaIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 117-139.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Shah, Prakash.  Judging Muslims.  In Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp. 144-156.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013

Shah, Prakash.  Shari’a in the West: Colonial Consciousness in a Context of Normative Competition. In Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 14–31.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Shuaib, Farid Sufian, Et al.  Administration of Islamic Law in Malaysia: Text and Material.  633 pp.  2nd ed.  Dayton, OH:  LexisNexis, 2010.
KPG3474.F37 2010

Siddiqui, Munir Ahmad & Dilshad Khan.  Principles of Mohammedan Law: Alongwith Central & State Laws. 2nd ed.  1436 pp.  Allahabad: Dwivedi & Co., 2012.
KNS469.5.S57 2012

Sodiq, Yushau.  Nigerian Civil Government and the Application of Islamic Law. In Samuel K. Elolia, ed.  Religion, Conflict, and Democracy in Modern Africa: The Role of Civil Society in Political Engagement.  pp. 342–371.  Eugene, OR: Pickwick Publications, 2012.
BL65.P7R43365 2012

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BP161.2.D46613 2010

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BP161.2.D46613 2010

Steinberg, Guido.  The Status of Islam and Islamic Law in Selected Countries: Saudi Arabia. In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 520-530.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Stiles, Erin E.  An Islamic Court in Context: An Ethnographic Study of Judicial Reasoning.  221 pp.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
GN659.T3S75 2009

T̤āhirulqādrī, Muḥammad, speaker.  Islamic Law in the World Today: Questions and Answers.  2 videodiscs.  Lahore: Minjah Productions, 2011.
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Terem, Etty.  Old Texts, New Practices: Islamic Reform in Modern Morocco.  232 pp. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2014.
KBP494.53

Van Eijk, Esther.  Sharia and National Law in Saudi ArabiaIn Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 139–180.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Vogel, Frank E.  Saudi Arabia: Public, Civil, and Individual Shari’a in Law and Politics.  In Robert W. Hefner, ed.  Shari’a Politics: Islamic Law and Society in the Modern World.  pp.  55-93.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2011.
BP173.7.S5315 2011

Williams, Rowan.  Civil and Religious Law in England: A Religious PerspectiveIn Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp.  20-33.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013

Yassari, Nadjma & Mohammad Hamid Saboory.  Sharia and National Law in Afghanistan.  In Jan Micheil Otto, ed.  Sharia Incorporated: A Comparative Overview of the Legal Systems of Twelve Muslim Countries in Past and Present.  pp. 273–317.  Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2010.
K588.5.S53 2010

Yavuz, M. Hakan.  Turkey: Islam Without Shari’a? In Robert W. Hefner, ed.  Shari’a Politics: Islamic Law and Society in the Modern World.  pp.  146-178.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2011.
BP173.7.S5315 2011

Yildirim, Seval.  Islamic Law.  In Felicity Crowe, et. al, eds.Modern Muslim Societies.  pp. 108–129.  Tarrytown, NY: Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 2011.
BP173.25.M62 2011

Zaman, Muhammad Qasim.  Pakistan: Shari’a and the State. In Robert W. Hefner, ed. Shari’a Politics: Islamic Law and Society in the Modern World.  pp.  207-243.  Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2011.
BP173.7.S5315 2011

Zaria, Nuhu Ramalan Jibril.  Shari’ah and Politics in Nigeria.  289 pp.  Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria: Ahmadu Bello University Press Limited, 2011.
KTA469.5.Z375 2011

Zine, Jasmin.  Sharia in Canada? Mapping Discourses of Race, Gender, and Religious Difference. In Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 279–306.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

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Recent Works by Topic

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Baamir, Abdulrahman Yahya.  Shari’a Law in Commercial and Banking Arbitration: Law and Practice in Saudi Arabia.  213 pp.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2010.
KMT1829.B33 2010

Brown, Alexandra.  Managing the Mosaic: The Work of Form in “Dispute Resolution in Family Law: Protecting Choice, Promoting Inclusion.”  In Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 329–350.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

El-Ahdab, Abdul Hamid, Jalal El-Ahdab & Rita M. Bou Aoun.  Arbitration with the Arab Countries. 3rd ed.  1200 pp.  Frederick, MD: Aspen Publishers, 2011. 
KMC500.A3713 2011

Keshavjee, Mohamed M.  Islam, Sharia and Alternative Dispute Mechanisms for Legal Redress in the Muslim Community.  237 pp.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2013.
KBP144.K474 2013

Macklin, Audrey.  Multiculturalism Meets Privatization: The Case of Faith-Based ArbitrationIn Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 91–122.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

White, Andrew.  Dispute Resolution and Specialized ADR for Islamic FinanceIn Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 306–333. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

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Banks and Financial Institutions

Ahmad,  Abu  Umar Faruq.  Theory and Practice of Modern Islamic Finance: The Case Analysis from Australia.  322 pp.  Boca Raton, FL: Brown Walker Press, 2010.
HG187.4.A44 2010

Ahmad, Ahmad Muhyīal-Dīn, comp.  Shariah Opinions (Fatwa) on Murabaha.  512 pp.  Riyadh: al-Baraka Banking Group, 2010.
KBP878.R47A46 2010

Al-Roubaie, Amer & Shafiq Alvi.  Islamic Banking and Finance.  4 vol.  New York: Routledge, 2010.
HG3368.A6 I85123 2010

Aldohni, Abdul Karim.  The Legal and Regulatory Aspects of Islamic Banking: A Comparative Look at the United Kingdom and Malaysia. 243 pp.  New York: Routledge, 2011.
K1066.A949 2011

Ali, S. Nazin, ed.  Islamic Finance: Innovation and Authenticity.  317 pp.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard Law School, 2010.
KMC260.A6 H373 2010

Ali, S. Nazim, ed.  Shari’a Compliant: Microfinance.  295 pp. New York: Routledge, 2012.
HG178.3.S53 2012

Ali, Rahail, ed. Islamic Finance: A Practical Guide.  200 pp. London: Globe Business Publishing Ltd, 2014.
KBP940.2 .I845 2014

Ariff, Mohamed & Munawar Iqbal.  The Foundations of Islamic Banking: Theory, Practice and Education.  283 pp.  Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2011.
HG3368.A6 F68 2011

Balala, Maha-Hanaan.  Islamic Finance and Law: Theory and Practice in a Globalized World.  211 pp.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2011.
KBP940.2.B348 2011

Çizakça, Murat.  Islamic Capitalism and Finance: Origins, Evolution and the Future.  323 pp.  Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2011.
HG3368.A6C59 2011

Dar, Hymayon A. & Umer F. Moghul, eds.  The Chancellor Guide to the Legal and Shari’a Aspects of Islamic Finance.  372 pp.  London: Chancellor Publications, 2009.
KBP940.2.C43 2009

Dispute Resolution in Islamic Banking.  197 pp.  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: International Shari’ah Research Academy for Islamic Finance, 2009.
HG3368.A6D57 2009

Eisenberg, David M.  Derivatives and Islamic FinanceIn Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 209–232.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

Eglinton, Et al.  Accounting and Taxation Implications of Islamic Finance ProductsIn Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 77–132. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

Ertl, Andrew.  Sharia Compliant Financial Products Under Swiss Law.  282 pp.  Basel: Helbing Lichtenhabn, 2012.
KKW940.E78 2012

Farid, Fara Madehah Ahmad.  Shariʻah Compliant Private Equity and Islamic Venture Capital.  190 pp.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.
HG4751.F37 2012

Fasih, Faisal.  Islamic Banking: A Viable Alternative for IndiaIn 1 Proceedings: The 6th UUM International Legal Conference 2011: Facing the Contemporary Global Legal Challenges.  pp. 257–271.  Sintok, Kadah, Malaysia: College of Law, Government and International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 2011.
KPG62.U96 2011

Ghazaleh, Pascale, ed. Held in Trust: Waqf in the Islamic World. 229 pp.  Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2011.
KMC618.5.H45 2011

Hammād Nazīh.  Fiqh of Contemporary Financial and Banking Transactions: New Reading.  545 pp.  Bahrain: Al Baraka, 2013.
KBP940.2.H3513 2013

Hamzah, Hanim.  Recent Legal and Regulatory Developments for Islamic Banking and Finance in IndonesiaIn Angelo M. Venardos, ed.  Current Issues in Islamic Banking and Finance: Resilience and Stability in the Present System.  pp. 99-114.  Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Col, 2010.
HG3368.A6C87 2010

Hanif, Atif & Julian Johansen.  Sukuk.  In Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 254–270. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

Hasan, Zulkifli.  Shari’ah Governance in Islamic Banks.  312 pp.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.Z85 2012

Hassan, M. Kabir & Michael Mahlknecht.  Islamic Capital Markets: Products and Strategies.  452 pp.  Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley, 2011.
HG3368.A6

Henderson, Andrew.  Islamic Financial Institutions. In Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 54–76. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

Hodgins, Peter & Caroline Jaffer.  Takaful.  In Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 271–305. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.

Islamic Capital Market.  6 v. Dayton, Ohio: LexisNexis: Securities Commission Malaysia, 2009.
KPG956.5 .I845 2009

Ismail, Hafiz Ali.  The Contract of Ja’alah and the Modern Banking Business: Juristic Analysis.  In Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  292-310.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Jamaldeen, Faleel & Joan Friedman.  Islamic Finance for Dummies.  364 pp.  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2012.
HG187.4.J36 2012

Johansen, Julian & Atif Hanif.  Musharaka and Mudaraba. In Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 174–191. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

Kettell, Brian.  Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance.  174 pp.  Chichester, UK: Wiley, 2011.
KBP940.2.K48 2011

Kohrshid, Aly.  Adding Social Responsibility and Accountability to the Mandate of Shari’a Advisory Boards.  In S. Nazim Ali, ed.  Building Bridges Across Financial Communities: The Global Financial Crisis, Social Responsibility, and Faith-based Finance.  pp. 83–102.  Cambridge, MA: Islamic Finance Project, Islamic Legal Studies Program, Harvard Law School, 2012.
K1066.A6.H37 2012

Kunhibava, Sherin & Abdulkader Thomas.  General Concerns Relating to Derivatives in Islamic FinanceIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 175-193.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Kunhibava, Sherin, Abdulkader Thomas & Saadiah Mohamad.  Futures and ForwardsIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 227-264.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Kunhibava, Sherin, Addulkader Thomas & Sjabnam Mokhtar.  Swap and Swap Strategies in Islamic FinanceIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 265-289.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Kunhibava, Sherin, et.alOptions and Optionality in Islamic FinanceIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 195-226.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Kuo, Mercy A.  The Growth of Islamic Finance in Southeast Asia: Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities for the United States.  In Angelo M. Venardos, ed.  Current Issues in Islamic Banking and Finance: Resilience and Stability in the Present System.  pp. 125-143.  Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Col, 2010.
HG3368.A6C87 2010

Lahasāinah, Ahsan.  Introduction to Fatwa, Shariah Supervision & Governance in Islamic Finance.  550 pp.  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: CERT, 2010.
KBP940.2.L34 2010

McMillen, Michael J.T.  Islamic Finance and the Shari’ah: the Dow Jones Fatwa and Permissible Variance as Studies of Letheanism and Legal Change.  371 pp.  United States: RiverStone Publishing Group, 2013.
KBP940.2.M36 2013

Muneeza, Aishath, Rusni Hassan & Ismail Wisham.  Islamic Banking Under the Malaysian Law.  190 pp.  Kuala Lumpur: A.S. Noordeen, 2011.
KPG885.A948 2011

Nethercott, Craig R.  Istisma’ and Ijara. In Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 233–253. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

Nethercott, Craig R.  Murabaha and Tawarruq.  In Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 192–208. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

Prologue: The Riba ConundrumIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 1-15.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Norzul Thani, Nik, Et al.  An Introduction to Islamic and Conventional Corporate Finance.  281 pp.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KPG885.N669 2012

Rider, Barry.  Corporate Governance for Institutions Offering Islamic Financial ServicesIn Craig R. Nethercott & David M. Eisenberg, eds.  Islamic Finance: Law and Practice.  pp. 133–173. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.I84 2012

Rilk, Robert.  Challenging the Parameters of Permissible Hedging in Islamic Finance: Rationale and Implementation of Recent Shari’a RulingsIn S. Nazim Ali, ed.  Building Bridges Across Financial Communities: The Global Financial Crisis, Social Responsibility, and Faith-based Finance.  pp. 103–130.  Cambridge, MA: Islamic Finance Project, Islamic Legal Studies Program, Harvard Law School, 2012.
K1066.A6.H37 2012

Saidi, Nasser.  Corporate Governance in the Islamic Finance Industry and Mitigation of Risks Post the Global Financial CrisesIn William Sun, Jim Steward & David Pollard, eds.  Corporate Governance and the Global Financial Crisis.  pp.  348-388.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011.
HD2741.C7793 2011

Selvam, Arfat.  Legal and Regulatory Changes to Promote the Development of Islamic BankingIn Angelo M. Venardos, ed.  Current Issues in Islamic Banking and Finance: Resilience and Stability in the Present System.  pp. 17-44.  Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Col, 2010.
HG3368.A6C87 2010

Shashila, W.A. Et al., rev.  Janab’s Key to Practical Conveyancing, Land Law, and Islamic Banking: Practical Conveyancing & Islamic Banking.  936 pp.  Kuala Lumpur: Janab (M) Sdn. Bhd., 2013.
KPG712 .H36+

Shanmugum, Bala & Zaha Rina Zahari.  A Primer on Islamic Finance. 121 pp.  Charlottesville, VA: Research Foundation of CFA Institute, 2009.
HG3368.A6S522 2009

Swartz. Nico  P.  The Application of the Prohibition on Usury (Riba) in Islamic Finance and Banking Law: A Comparative Study.  187 pp.   Gaborone, Botswana: Bay Publishing, 2013.
HB551.S93 2013

Thani, Dato Dr. Nik Norzrul Thani Nik Hassan & Madzlan Husaain.  Legal and Regulatory Issues Concerning Islamic Finance’s Development in MalaysiaIn Angelo M. Venardos, ed.  Current Issues in Islamic Banking and Finance: Resilience and Stability in the Present System.  pp. 81-98.  Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Col, 2010.
HG3368.A6C87 2010

Thani, Nik Norzrul, Mohamed Ridza Mohamed Abdullah & Megat Hizaini Hassan.  Law and Practice of Islamic Banking and Finance.  2nd ed.  518 p.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2010.
KPG885.N67 2010

Thomas, Abdulkader.  Concluding Thoughts on Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Applications in Islamic InstitutionsIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 341-364.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Thomas, Abdulkader.  Exotic Instruments and Novel StrategiesIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 291-340.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Thomas, Abdulkader & Mushir Khwaja.  Islamic Treasury and Risk ManagementIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 17-41.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Thomas, Abdulkader & Shabnam Mokhtar.  Forward Currency and Swap Structures.  In Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 12-173.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Thomas, Abdulkader & Shabnam Mokhtar.  Inflows and Outflows – The “FX Spot Market.”  In Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 109-128.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Thomas, Abdulkader & Shabnam Mokhtar.  Inflows and Outflows – The “Islamic Money Market.”  In Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 79-108.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Thomas, Abdulkader & Shabnam Mokhtar.  Institutional Risk ManagementIn Abdulkader Thomas, ed.  Managing Fund Flows, Risks and Derivatives: Application in Islamic Institutions.  pp. 43-78.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Thomson Reuters Malaysia, 2012.
KBP962.M36 2012

Trakic, Adnan & Hanifah Haydar Ali Tajuddin, eds.  Islamic Banking & Finance: Principles, Instruments & Operations.  770 pp.  Ampang, Selangor Darul Ehsan: CLJ Publication, 2012.
KBP940.2.I837 2012

Usmani, Maulana Taqi.  Principles of Shari’ah Governing Islamic Investment FundsIn Arindam Banerjee, ed.  Islamic Investments: Issues and Country Experiences.  pp. 3–17.  Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press, 2010.
HG4515.13.I65 2010

Usmani, Mufti Muhammed Taqi.  Why Islam Has Prohibited Interest and Islamic Alternatives for Financing. In Arindam Banerjee, ed.  Islamic Investments: Issues and Country Experiences.  pp. 18–29.  Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press, 2010.

Venardos, Angelo M., ed.  Current Issues in Islamic Banking and Finance: Resilience and Stability in the Present System.  315 pp.  Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific, 2010.
HG3368.A6 C87 2010

Venardos, Angelo M.  Islamic Banking and Finance in South-East Asia: Its Development and Future.  3rd ed.  235 pp.  Hackensack, NJ: World Scientific, 2012.
HG3290.8.A6.V46 2012

Venardos, Angelo M. & Aimi Zulhazmi Abdul Rashid.   An Introduction to the Laws and Practices of Islamic Trusts and the Distribution of a Trust upon MaturityIn Angelo M. Venardos, ed.  Current Issues in Islamic Banking and Finance: Resilience and Stability in the Present System.  pp. 145-166.  Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Col, 2010.
HG3368.A6C87 2010

Wan, Abdul Rahim Kamil Wan Mohamed Ali, ed.  Shariah Rulings and Opinions on Ijarah Musharakah, and Mudharabah.  218 pp.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Sweet & Maxwell Asia, 2012.
KPG894.S52 2012

Wilson, Rodney.  Legal, Regulatory and Governance Issues in Islamic Finance.  250 pp.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.
KBP940.2.W55 2012

Yasin, Norhashimah Mohd.  Regulation of Islamic Banks and Allegations of Lax Control of Money-LaunderingIn Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  342-355.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Zubairi, Suhail.  Islamic Finance.  220 pp.  New Delhi: Markazi Maktaba Islami Publishers, 2009.
HG187.4.Z83 2009

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Citizenship

Oliver-Dee, Sean.  Muslim Minorities and Citizenship: Authority, Communities and Islamic Law.  240 pp.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KBP69.5.O45 2012

Parolin, Gianluca P.  Citizenship in the Arab world: Kin, Religion and Nation-State.  187 pp.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2009.
KMC146.P368 2009

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Commercial Law

Abū Ghuddah, ʻAbd al-Sattār, Ijarah = Lease.  150 pp. Riyadh: Albaraka Banking Group, 2011.
KBP880.A32A28 2011

Ahmed, Mohieddin Ahmed. Shariah Opinions (Fatawa) on murabaha.  512 pp.  Riyadh: Al-Baraka Banking Group, 2010.
KBP878.R47A46 2010

Darīr, Siddīq Muhammad al-Amīn.  Gharar: Impact on Contracts in Islamic Fiqh.  800 pp.  Riyadh: Al-Baraka Banking Group, 2012.
KBP866.5.D3713 2012

Debs, Richard A.  Islamic Law and Civil Code: The Law of Property in Egypt.  191 pp.  New York: Columbia University Press, 2010.
KRM640 D43 2010

Elkhatib, Dena H.  The ABA Practical Guide to Drafting Basic Islamic Finance Contracts.  97 pp.  Chicago: American Bar Association, Section of International Law, 2012.
KBP940.2.E43 2012

India. Parliament. Joint Parliamentary Committee on Wakf.  Report of Joint Parliamentary Committee on Wakf on Implementation of Wakf Act, 1995.  9 v.  New Delhi: Rajya Sabha Secretariat, 2009.
KNS2168.5.A23 2009

Ismail, Sufyan Gulam.  Insurance Revisited – The Shariah View.  In Arindam Banerjee, ed.  Islamic Investments: Issues and Country Experiences.  pp. 103–120.  Hyderabad, India: Icfai University Press, 2010.
HG4515.13.I65 2010

Kuran, Timur.  The Long Divergence: How Islamic Law Held Back the Middle East.   405 pp.  Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2011.
HC415.15.K87 2011

Mahmood, M.  Manual of Pre-Emption Laws: Amendments and Case Law, Up-to-Date.  4th ed. 844 pp.  Lahore: Al-Qanoon Publishers, 2012.
KPL716.8.M346 2012

Messick, Brinkley.  Commercial Litigation in a Shari’a Court. In Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 195-218.  Boston: Brill, 2012. 
KBP1610.D57 2012

Nawawi, Razali Hj.  Islamic Law on Commercial Transactions.  276 pp.  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Centre for Research and Training, 2009.
KBP920.R39 2009

Rasban, Sadali. Joint Tenancy: The Shariah Perspectives.  57 pp.  Singapore: HTHT Advisory Services: Pustaka Nasional, 2009.
KPP79.8.S233 2009

Saleem, Muhammad Yusuf.  Islamic Commercial Law.  176 pp.  Singapore: John Wiley & Sons Singapore Pte. Ltd., 2013.
KBP920.S25 2013

Sharaiyra, Suhaib Walid.  Contract Documentation Under Islamic Law: Redefining Its RoleIn Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  370-384.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Syahnan, Mhd.  Modernization of Islamic law of Contract: a Study of ʻAbd al-Razzāq al-Sanhūrī's Mạsādir al-Ḥaqq fi al-Fiqh al-Islāmī.  244 pp.
KBP858.A32S88 2009

Yasin, Norhashimah Mohd.  Islamic Commercial Contracts Cases Heard in Civil Courts Under Common Law: A Case Study of Malaysia and EnglandIn Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  98-126.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

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Constitutions

Boozari, Amirhassan.  Shi’i Jurisprudence and Constitution: Revolution in Iran.  252 pp.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
KMH2101.B66 2011

Grote, Rainer & Rilmann J. Röder, eds.  Constitutionalism in Islamic Countries: Between Upheaval and Continuity.  730 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KMC524.C68 2012

Johansen, Baber.  The Constitution and the Principles of Islamic Normativity Against the Rules of Fiqh.  A Judgment of the Supreme Constitutional Court of EgyptIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 169-193.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob.  Shari’a and the Constitutional Debate in EgyptIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 199-208.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

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Construction

Noor, Shuhaidah Md.  Spirit of the Shari’ah: Its Integration in the Theory and Practice of Architecture and Urbanism.  In Ismawi Zen, Shireen Jahn Kassimi & Norwina Mohd Nawawi, eds.  An Anthology of Essays on Integrating Islamic Values in the Theory and Practice of Architecture and the Built Environment.  pp. 39–55.  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: International Islamic University Malaysia, 2009.
NA380.A67 2009

Sarkawi, Azila Ahmad.  Deriving Islamic Law of the Built Environment from Its Sources: A Conceptual FrameworkIn Ismawi Zen, Shireen Jahn Kassimi & Norwina Mohd Nawawi, eds.  An Anthology of Essays on Integrating Islamic Values in the Theory and Practice of Architecture and the Built Environment.  pp. 59–75.  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: International Islamic University Malaysia, 2009.
NA380.A67 2009

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Criminal Law

Abiad, Nisrine & Farkhanda Zia Mansoor.  Criminal Law and the Rights of the Child in Muslim States: A Comparative and Analytical Perspective.  385 pp.  London: British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2010.
K5575.A92 2010

Ansari, Abdul Haseeb.  Contemporary Issues in Terrorism and Their Islamic Perspectives: A Comparative Assessment.  In Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  235-291.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Aziz, Shamrahayu A.  Criminal Procedure in the Syariah Courts.  197 pp.  St. Paul, MN: West Group, 2011.
KPG4610.S52 2011

Aziz, Shamrahayu A. Issues on Enforcement of Islamic Criminal Law in Malaysia.  108 pp.  Kuala Lumpur: Malik Publisher, 2011.
KPG3800.S536 2011

Badran, Margot.  Shari’a Activism and Zina in Nigeria in the Era of Hudud.  In Margot Badran, ed.  Gender and Islam in Africa: Rights, Sexuality, and Law.  pp. 191–231.  Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2011.
HQ1170.G426 2011

Hakeem, Rarrukh B., M.R. Haberfeld & Arvind verma.  Policing Muslim Communities: Comparative International Context.  146 pp.  New York: Springer, 2012.
HV7936.C83H35 2012

Jamal, Jasri & Parand Azizi.  Sports Criminal Liability Under Islamic Law – A Critical Apparaisal [sic].  In 1 Proceedings: The 6th UUM International Legal Conference 2011: Facing the Contemporary Global Legal Challenges.  pp. 404–415.  Sintok, Kadah, Malaysia: College of Law, Government and International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 2011.
KPG62.U96 2011

Maghaireh, Alaeldin Mansour.  Fatwas Chaos Ignites Cyber Vandalism: Does Islamic Criminal Law Prohibit Cyber Vandalism?  In K. Jaishankar, ed., Cyber Criminology: Exploring Internet Crimes and Criminal Behavior.  pp. 347–358.  New York: CRC Press, 2011.
HV6773.C916 2011

Mahmood, M.  Enforcement of Hudood: Practice & Procedure with Protection of Women Act, 2006.  632 pp.  Lahore: al-Qanoon Publishers, 2011.
KPL3800.M338 2011

Mahmood, M. & Jawad Mahmood Pasha.  An Exhaustive Commentary on the Qanun-e-Shahadat Order, 1984.  10th ed.  1532 pp.  Lahore: Al-Qanoon Publishers, 2013.
KPL3542.A311984M34 2013

Malekian, Farhad.  Principles of Islamic International Criminal Law: A Comparative Search.  452 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2011.
KBP4538.M35 2011

Peters, Rudolph.  The Re-Islamization of Criminal Law in Northern Nigeria and the Judiciary: The Safiyyatu Hussaini Case.  InMuhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 219-241.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Shaham, Ron.  The Expert Witness in Islamic Courts: Medicine and Crafts in the Service of Law.  290 pp.  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010.
KBP4700.S52 2010

Wasti, Tahir. The Application of Islamic Criminal Law in Pakistan: Sharia in Practice.  408 pp. Boston: Brill, 2009.
KPL3952.W37 2009

Zulkiflik, Muda.  The Concept of Crime and Criminal Law in Islam.  177 pp.  Kota Samaah, Sarawak, Malaysia: Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, 2010.
KBP3791.Z85 2010

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Family Law

Abudulrashi, Yusuf & Sheriff E.E. Okoh.  Succession Under Islamic Law.  242 pp.  Lagos: Malthouse Limited, 2011.
KBP632.32.A256A26 2011

Al-Sharmani, Mulki.  Egyptian Khul: Legal Reform, Courtroom Practices, and Realities of WomenIn Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  85–104.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Al-Sharmani, Mulki.  Qiwāma in Egyptian Family Laws: “Wifely Obedience” Between Legal Texts, Courtroom Practices and Realities of MarriagesIn Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 37–55.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Ali,  Ishfaq.  Manual of Family Laws: With All Amendments and Up-to-Date Case Law.  1238 pp.  Lahore: Al Noor Law Book House, 2012.
KPL540.A43 2012

Anwar, Zainah.  From Local to Global: Sisters in Islam and the Making of Musawah: A Global Movement for Equality in the Muslim Family.  In Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 107–124.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Anwar, Zainah, Janine Moussa & Jana Rumminger.  CEDAW and Muslim Family Laws: In Search of Common Ground.  80 pp.  Selangor, Malaysia: Musawah, 2011.
KPG516.C43 2011

Arabanum Bensaudi I.  Commentaries on the Code of Muslim Personal Laws of the Philippines with Jurisprudence and Special Procedure.  947 pp.  Manila: Rex Book Store, 2011.
KPM540.51977A63 2011

Arshad, Raffia.  Islamic Family Law.  239 pp.  London: Sweet & Maxell, 2010.
KD685.M3A97 2010

Arvidsson, Matilda.  Facing the Unknown/Defacing the Known – Mahr in Swedish Courts.  In Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 233–262.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

Ashraf, Mian Muhammad Din. Subject Wise Study Islamic Law: Inheritance Solution of Problems with Sunni Law, Shia Law.  192 pp.  Lahore: Popular Book House, 2013.
KPL770.A83 2013

Awad, Abed.  Islamic Family Law in American CourtsIn Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 168–192.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Balchin, Cassandra.  Family Law in Contemporary Muslim Contexts: Trigger and Strategies for Change.  In Zainah Anwar, ed.  Wanted: Equality and Justice in the Muslim Family.  pp. 209–236.  Selangor, Malaysia: Musawah, 2009.
KBP526.3.W366 2009

Bano, Samia.  Muslim Marriage and Mahr: The Experience of British Muslim WomenIn Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 263–288.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

Bano, Samia.  Muslim Women and Shari’ah Councils: Transcending the Boundaries of Community and Law.  329 pp.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
KD765.B36 2012

Bano, Samia.  Muslim Women, Divorce and Shari’ah Councils in BritainIn Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  259–288.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Basit, Muhammad Abdul.  Muslim Family Laws with Model Forms: A Comprehensive and Exhaustive Commentary with All Amendments.  558 pp.  Rawalpindi: Federal law House, 2013.
KPL540.B37 2013

Beshir, Mohamed Rida. Family Leadership (Qawamah): An Obligation to Fulfill Not an Excuse to Abuse.  96 pp.  Beltsville, MD: Amana Publications, 2009.
BP188.18.F35B47 2009

Bhaie, Kamala.  Family Law in Malaysia.  508 pp.  Dayton, OH: LexisNexis, 2009.
KPG540.B48 2009

Bhuiyan, Rabia.   Gender and Tradition In Marriage and Divorce: An Analysis of Personal Laws of Muslim and Hindu Women in Bangladesh.  302 pp.  Dhaka: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, 2010.
KNG516.B458 2010

Bin Salih, Mohammed.  Law of Inheritance: An Islamic Perspective.  255 pp.  Accra, Ghana: Salihsons, 2010.
KBP632.32.B56 2010

Bint Badamasiuy, Juwayriya.  Obligations and Rights of the Parents Under the Child’s Rights Act: A Shariah Perspective.  162 pp.  Kaduna, Nigeria: Zakara Communications, 2009.
KTA517.B56 2009

Black, Ann.  Can There Be a Compromise?  Australia’s Confusion Regarding Shari’a Family LawIn Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 149–167.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Büchler, Andrea & Amira Latif.  Judicial Encounters with Islamic and Middle Eastern Family Law in Switzerland from a Private International Law Perspective – Marriage and DivorceIn Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 55–86.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Butler-Sloss, Elizabeth & Mark Hill.  Family Law: Current Conflicts and Their ResolutionIn Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp. 108-115.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013

Cammack, Mark.  Legal Aspects of Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage in IndonesiaIn Gavin W. Jones, Chee Heng Leng & Maznah Mohamad, eds.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage: Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia.  pp.  102–138.  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009.
HQ1031.M85 2009

Cholil, Suhadi.  The Politico-Religious Contestation: Hardening of the Islamic Law on Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage in IndonesiaIn Gavin W. Jones, Chee Heng Leng & Maznah Mohamad, eds.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage: Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia.  pp.  1–30.  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009.
HQ1031.M85 2009

Christensen, Camilla.  Mahr in Danish LawIn Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 139–158.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

Clarke, Morgan.  Islam and New Kinship: Reproductive Technology and the Shariah in Lebanon.  249 pp.  New York: Berghahn Books, 2009.
KBP2484.5.C53 2009

Cutting, Christopher.  Faith-Based Arbitration or Religious Divorce: What Was the Issue?  In Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 66–87.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE4395.D42 2012

Dahlgren, Susanne.  Expensive Marriage or Women’s Security: Mahr Debates from Aden, South Yemen.  In Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 35–52.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

Dupret, Baudouin.  The Practice of Judging: The Egyptian Judiciary at Work in a Personal Status Case. In Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 143-168.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

El Hajjami Aïcha.  The Religious Arguments in the Debate on the Reform of the Moroccan Family CodeIn Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 81–105.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Escámez, Ana Quiñones.  Islamic Family Law in the Courts: Spain’s Position with Regard to the Moroccan Family Code. In Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 113–129.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Faridi, F.R. & M.N. Siddiqi, eds.  Muslim Personal Law: Papers and Proceedings of a Seminar.  238 pp.  New Delhi: Markazi Maktaba Islami Publishers, 2011.
KNS539.M87 2011

Fierro, Maribel.  Ill-treated Women Seeking Divorce: The Qur’ānic Two Arbiters and Judicial Practice Among the Malikis in Al-Andalus and North AfricaIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 323-347.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Fortier, Corinne.  The Right to Divorce for Women (Khul’) in Islam: Comparative Practices in Mauritania and EgyptIn Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  155–175.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012 

Fortier, Corinne.  Women and Met Put Islamic Law to Their Own Use; Monogamy Versus Secret Marriage in Mauritania.  In Margot Badran, ed.  Gender and Islam in Africa: Rights, Sexuality, and Law.  pp 213-231.  Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Centre Press, 2011.
HQ1170.G426 2011

Fournier, Pascale.  Deconstructing the East/West Binary: Substantive Equality and Islamic Marriage in a Comparative DialogueIn Susan H. Williams, ed.  Constituting Equality: Gender Equality and Comparative Constitutional Law.  pp.  157–172. New York: Cambridge Press, 2009.
K3243.C66 2009

Fournier, Pascale.  Muslim Marriage in Western Courts: Lost in Transplantation.  206 pp.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2010.
K695.5.F68 2010

Fournier, Pascale.  Please Divorce Me! Subversive Agency, Resistance and Gendered Religious Scripts. In Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 32–54.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Fournier, Pascale, Aida Setrakian & Pascal McDougall.  No-Fault Talaq: Islamic Divorce in Canadian Immigration and Family LawIn Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  235–258.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Fredriksen, Katja Jansen.  Mahr (Dower) as a Bargaining Tool in a European Context: A Comparison of Dutch and Norwegian Judicial DecisionsIn Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 147–190.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

Fredriksen, Katja Jansen.  The Recognition of Transnational Muslim Marriages and Divorces by Norwegian Courts and Other Competent Authorities: Dynamics Between Legislation and Legal Practice. In Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 87–112.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Giunchi, Elisa.  Adjudicating Family Law in Muslim Courts.  166 pp.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KPB540.3.A35 2014

Giunchi, Elisa.  Muslim Family Law and Legal Practice in the West: An Introduction. In Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 1–13.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Grillo, Ralph D.  In the Shadow of the Law: Muslim Marriage and Divorce in the UK.  In Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  203–233.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Hashim, Abdulkadir.  Coping with Conflicts: Colonial Policy Towards Muslim Persona Law in Kenya and Post-Colonial Court Practice.  In Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 221–245.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Hegel-Cantarella, Christine.  Waiting to Win: Family Disputes, Court Reform, and the Ethnography of DelayIn Maaike Voorhoeve, ed.  Family Law in Islam: Divorce, Marriage and Women in the Muslim World.  pp. 111–146.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KBP540.3.F36 2012

Hirsch, Susan F.  State Intervention in Muslim Family Law in Kenya and Tanzania: Applications of the Gender ConceptIn Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 305–329.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Holden, Livia.  Divorce at the Woman’s Initiative in India, Pakistan and in the DiasporasIn Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  131–153.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Interpreting Women’s Right of Divorce in Present Day Islamic Family Laws:  Trans-National and Cross-Cultural Developments in the Law of DivorceIn Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  19–39.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Jeppie, Ahamil, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts.  Introduction: Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial ChallengesIn Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 13–60.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Khurshid-ul-Islam, S.  Institution of Marriage in Kashmir.  224 pp.  Sringar, India: Wattan Publications, 2009.
HQ670.15.K374K87 2009

Leng, Chee Heng, Gavin W. Jones & Maznah Mohamad.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage, Rights and the State in Southeast Asia.  In Gavin W. Jones, Chee Heng Leng & Maznah Mohamad, eds.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage: Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia.  pp.  1–30.  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009.
HQ1031.M85 2009

Liversage, Anika.  Muslim Divorces in Denmark – Findings from an Empirical InvestigationIn Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  179–201.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Løvdal, Lene.  Mahr and Gender Equality in Private International Law; The Adjudication of Mahr in England, France, Norway and Sweden.  In Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 77–112.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

Lukito, Ratno.  Trapped Between Legal Unification and Pluralism: The Indonesian Supreme Court’s Decision on Interfaith Marriage.  In Gavin W. Jones, Chee Heng Leng & Maznah Mohamad, eds.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage: Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia.  pp.  33–58.  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009.
HQ1031.M85 2009

Macfarlane, Julie. Islamic Divorce in North America: A Shari’a Path in a Secular Society.  312 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP558.32.M33A34 2012

Macfarlane, Julie.  Practising an “Islamic Imagination”: Islamic Divorce in North AmericaIn Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 35–65.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE 4395.D42 2012

Mahmood, M.  The Guardians and Wards Act, 1890: Amendments and Case Law Up-to-Date.  344 pp.  Lahore: Al-Qanoon Publishers, 2012.
KPL622.A31189.M34 2012

Manjoo, Rashida.  Legal Recognition of Muslim Marriages in South AfricaIn Margot Badran, ed.  Gender and Islam in Africa: Rights, Sexuality, and Law.  pp. 291–304.  Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2011.
HQ1170.G426 2011

Masud, Muhammad Khalid.  Ikhtilaf al-Fuqaha: Diversity in Fiqh as a Social Construction.  In Zainah Anwar, ed.  Wanted: Equality and Justice in the Muslim Family.  pp. 65–93.  Selangor, Malaysia: Musawah, 2009.
KBP526.3.W366 2009

Masud, Muhammad Khalid.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Pakistan: Debates on Shari’a and Gender Equality in 2008.  In Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  43–61.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Menski, Werner.  Islamic Law in British Courts: Do We Not Know or Do We Not Want to Know?  In Jane Mair & Esin Őrücü, eds.  The Place of Religion in Family Law: A Comparative Search.  pp. 15-36.  Cambridge: Intersentia, 2011.
K670.A6P 58 2011

Mir-Hosseini, Ziba.  Justice, Equality and Muslim Family Laws: New Ideas, New ProspectsIn Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 7–34.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Mir-Hosseini, Ziba.  The Politics of Divorce Laws in Iran: Ideology Versus Practice.  In Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  65–83.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Mir-Hosseini, Ziba.  Towards Gender Equality: Muslim Family Laws and the Shari’ahIn Zainah Anwar, ed.  Wanted: Equality and Justice in the Muslim Family.  pp. 23–63.  Selangor, Malaysia: Musawah, 2009.
KBP526.3.W366 2009

Mir-Hosseini, Ziba, Et al. Muslim Family Law and the Question of Equality.  In Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 1–6.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Mohamad, Maznah, Zarizana Aziz & Oy Sim Chin.  Private Lives, Public Contention: Muslim-Non-Muslim Family Disputes in Malaysia.  In Gavin W. Jones, Chee Heng Leng & Maznah Mohamad, eds.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage: Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia.  pp.  59–101.  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009.
HQ1031.M85 2009

Moors, Annelies.  Mahr Masnings – Dower Dealings: Reflections from PalestineIn Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 21–34.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

Moora Al-Rahim & Denise Helly.  An Analysis of British Judicial Treatment of Islamic Divorces, 1997-2009. In Elisa Giunchi, ed.  Muslim Family Law in Western Courts.  pp. 130–148.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
KBP540.3.M875 2014

Moosa, Ebrahim.  Muslim Family Law in South Africa: Paradoxes and Ironies.  In Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, eds.  Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges.  pp. 331–345.  Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010.
KQC156.M97 2010

Moussa, Janine Et al.  CEDAW and Muslim Family Laws in Search of Common Ground.  80 pp. Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia: Musawah, 2011.
KPG516.C43 2011

Naqvī, Alī Razā.  Shi’a Divorce Law.  832 pp. Lahore: The Ahl al-Bait World Assembly, 2012.
KBP558.65.N37 2012

Naqvī, Alī Razā.  Shi’a Inheritance Law.  806 pp.  Lahore: The Ahl al-Bait World Assembly, 2012.
KBP632.65.N37 2012

Nasir, Jamal J. Ahmad.  The Islamic Law of Personal Status.  272 pp.  Boston: Brill, 3rd ed. 2009.
KBP524.7.N37 2009

Newcomb, Rachel.  Justice for Everyone? Implementation of Morocco’s 2004 Mudawana ReformsIn Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski & Jørgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam.  pp.  105–127.  Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, 2012.
KBP558.3.I584 2012

Nyazee, Imran Ahsan Khan.  Outlines of Muslim Personal Law.  402 pp.  Lahore: Advanced Legal Studies Institute, 2012.
KPL511.2.N939 2012

Osanloo, Arzoo.  What a Focus on “Family” Means in the Islamic Republic of IranIn Maaike Voorhoeve, ed.  Family Law in Islam: Divorce, Marriage and Women in the Muslim World.  pp. 51–76.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KBP540.3.F36 2012

Pruzan-Jørgensen, Julie E.  Islam, Gender, and Democracy in Morocco: The Making of the Mudawana ReformIn Margot Badran, ed.  Gender and Islam in Africa: Rights, Sexuality, and Law.  pp. 233-261.  Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2011.
HQ1170.G426 2011

Rahman, Kahlid & Nadeem Farhat, eds.  Legislation on Women & Family in Pakistan: Trends and Approaches.  207 pp.  Islamabad: IPS Press, 2014.
KPL516.L445 2014

Rahman, Noor Aisha Abdul.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage in Singapore.  In Gavin W. Jones, Chee Heng Leng & Maznah Mohamad, eds.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage: Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia.  pp. 283–317.  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009.
HQ1031.M85 2009

Rasban, Sadali.  Dying Intestate.  24 pp.  Singapore: HTHT Advisory Services, 2009.
KBP632.32.S23 2009

Rutten, Susan.  The Struggle of Embedding the Islamic Mahr in a Western Legal SystemIn Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 21–34.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

Salim, Wan Noraini Mohd.  Islamic Law of Succession: A Practical Guide to the Laws of Faraid.  198 pp.  Ampang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: CLJ Publication, 2012.
KPG770.N67 2012

Shaham, Ron.  Shopping for Legal Forums; Christians and Family Law in Modern EgyptIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 451-469.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Sinaani, Kasozi Ediriisa.  The Enactment and Application of the Administration of Muslim Personal Law, 2008; A Challenge to the Legal System in UgandaIn 1 Proceedings: The 6th UUM International Legal Conference 2011: Facing the Contemporary Global Legal Challenges.  pp. 451–460.  Sintok, Kadah, Malaysia: College of Law, Government and International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 2011.
KPG62.U96 2011

Sindāwī, Khāid.  Temporary Marriage in Sunni and Shi’ite Islam: A Comparative Study.  134 pp.  Weisbaden: Harrasssowitz Verlag, 2013.
KBP546.955.S58 2013

Sirah, Mehrun.  Resolving Child Custody Disputes: The Law and Practice in Malaysia.  205 pp.  Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan: LexisNexis Malaysia, 2012.
KPG610.M44 2012

Soares, Benjamin F.  Family Law Reform in Mali: Contentious Debates and Elusive OutcomesIn Margot Badran, ed.  Gender and Islam in Africa: Rights, Sexuality, and Law.  pp. 263–290.  Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2011.
HQ1170.G426 2011

Sonbol, Amira El-Azhary.  The Genesis of Family Law; How Shari’ah, Custom and Colonial Laws Influenced the Development of Personal Status Codes.   In Zainah Anwar, ed.  Wanted: Equality and Justice in the Muslim Family.  pp. 179–207.  Selangor, Malaysia: Musawah, 2009.
KBP526.3.W366 2009

Sonneveld, Nadia.  Khul’ Divorce in Egypt: Public Debates, Judicial Practices, and Everyday Life.  220 pp.  New York: The American University in Cairo Press, 2012.
KRM558.S67 2012

Sonneveld, Nadia.  Rethinking the Difference Between Formal and Informal Marriages in Egypt. In Maaike Voorhoeve, ed.  Family Law in Islam: Divorce, Marriage and Women in the Muslim World.  pp. 77–107.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KBP540.3.F36 2012

Stiles, Erin.  Broken Edda and Marital Mistakes: Two Recent Disputes from an Islamic Court in ZanzibarIn Muhammad Khalid Masud, Rudolph Peters & David S. Powers, eds.  Dispensing Justice in Islam: Qadis and Their Judgments.  pp. 95-115.  Boston: Brill, 2012.
KBP1610.D57 2012

Sujimon, Mohamad.  The Problems of the Illegitimate child (Walad Zinā) and Foundling (Laqīț) in the Sunnī Schools of Law.  203 pp.  Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: IIUM Press, 2010.
KPG594.M643 2010

Tarabey, Lubna.  Family Law in Lebanon: Marriage and Divorce Among the Druze.  302 pp.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2013.
KMP54.T375 2013

Van Eijk, Esther.  Divorce Practices in Muslim and Christian Courts in Syria. In Maaike Voorhoeve, ed.  Family Law in Islam: Divorce, Marriage and Women in the Muslim World.  pp. 147–170.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KBP540.3.F36 2012

Vincent-Grosso, Sarah.  Maktub: An Ethnography of Evidence in a Tunisian Divorce CourtIn Maaike Voorhoeve, ed.  Family Law in Islam: Divorce, Marriage and Women in the Muslim World.  pp. 171–198.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KBP540.3.F36 2012

Voorhoeve, Maaike.  Judicial Discretion in Tunisian Personal Status LawIn Maaike Voorhoeve, ed.  Family Law in Islam: Divorce, Marriage and Women in the Muslim World.  pp. 199–229.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KBP540.3.F36 2012

Walther, Wiebke.  The Situation of Women in Islamic Countries: The Algerian Family Law Code of June 9, 1984, and Later Reforms: Some Information on the Moroccan Mudawwana of January 2004. In Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 660-663.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Walther, Wiebke.  The Situation of Women in Islamic Countries: Islamic Family Law: Preservation, Abolition, Reinstatement, ReformIn Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 650-660.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Welchman, Lynn.  Musawah, CEDAW, and Muslim Family Laws in the 21st CenturyIn Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 309-319.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Yassari, Nadjma.  The Islamic Mahr in German Courts: Characterization in Private International Law and Accommodation in German National Family LawIn Rubya Mehdi & Jøgen S. Nielsen, eds.  Embedding Mahr (Islamic Dower) in the European Legal System.  pp. 193–217.  Portland, OR: International Specialized Book Services, 2011.
KJC1127.E43 2011

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Food

Animal Slaughter and Handling of Meat.  311 pp.  Brunei Darussalam: State Mufti’s Office, Prime Minister’s Office, 2011.
KNK104.A33 2011

Guidelines of Halal Assurance System Criteria on Slaughterhouses: HAS 23103.  23 leaves. Jakarta:  Lebmbaga Pengkijian Pangan, 2012. 
BP184.D5G85 2012

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Health

Khan, Salar M., trans.  Islamic Shariah Guidance on AIDS. 62 pp. New Delhi: IFA Publications, 2010.
RA643.8 .I85 2010

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Human Rights

Alrabaa, Sami. Veiled Atrocities: True Stories of Oppression in Saudi Arabia.  275 pp.  Amherst, NY: Prometheus Books, 2010.
JC599.S33A37 2010

Alwānī, Ṭāhā Jābir Fayyāḍ.  Towards a Fiqh for Minorities: Some Basic Reflections.  Ashur A. Shamis, trans.  45 pp.  Herndon, VA: The International Institute of Islamic Thought, 2010.
KBP461.A36513 2010

An-Na’im, Abdullahi Ahmed.  Islam and Human Rights: Introductory Remarks and Reflections.  In Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  41–47.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Baderin, Mashood A.  An Analysis of the Relationship Between Shari’a and Secular Democracy and the Compatibility of Islamic Law with the European Convention on Human RightsIn Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp. 72-93.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013

Baderin, Mashood A.  Islam and Human Rights in the Constitutions of African States: Agenda for Good GovernanceIn Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  123–153.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Baderin, Mashood A.  Islamic Law and International Protection of Minority Rights in ContextIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 309–345.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Baderin, Mashood A.  IslamicLaw and the Implementation of International Human Rights LawIn Mashood A. Baderin & Manisuli Ssenyonjo, eds.  International Human Rights Law: Six Decades after the UDHR and Beyond.  pp.  337–357.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate, Pub., 2010.
K3240.I5795 2010

Bellinger, John B. & Murad Hussain.  Freedom of Speech: The Great Divide and the Common Ground Between the United States and the Rest of the WorldIn Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 168-180.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Chiroma, Isa Hayatu & Hatem Elliesie.  Islam, Islamic Law and Human Rights in the Nigerian Context.  In Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  155–171.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

El Fadl, Khaled Abou.  Cultivating Human Rights: Islamic Law and the Humanist ImperativeIn Michael Cook, Et al.  Law and Tradition in Classical Islamic Thought: Studies in Honor of Professor Hossein Modarressi.  pp.  167-183.  New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.
KBP440.74.L39 2013

El Fadl, Khaled Abou.  The Human Rights Commitment in Modern IslamIn Zainah Anwar, ed.  Wanted: Equality and Justice in the Muslim Family.  pp. 113–178.  Selangor, Malaysia: Musawah, 2009.
KBP526.3.W366 2009

Elliesie, Hatem, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.   578 pp.  New York: P. Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Elliesie, Hatem.  Sudan Under the Constraints of (International) Human Rights Law and Humanitarian Law: The Case of DarfurIn Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  193–217.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Emon, Anver M.  Religious Minorities and Islamic Law: Accommodation and the Limits of Tolerance. In Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 323-343.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Farrar, S.A.  An Islamic Response to the “Human Rights” Discourse: Analysis of the Problem and Proposal for an Alternative Dialogue. In Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  27-62.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Flores, Alexander.  The Discussion Within Islam on Secularism, Democracy, and Human RightsIn Werner Ende & Udo Steinbach, eds.  Islam in the World Today: A Handbook of Politics, Religion, Culture, and Society.  pp. 605-618.  Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2010.
BP161.2.D46613 2010

Gaudio, Rudolf Pell.  Allah Made Us: Sexual Outlaws in an Islamic African City.  237 pp.  Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
HQ73.3.N62K364 2009

Hamid, Abdul Ghafur.  Muslim States and the Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child: With Special Reference to Malaysia. In Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 290–308.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Hassan, Bahey Eldin.  The Human Rights Dilemma in Egypt: Political Will or Islam? In Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  281–298.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Kalanges, Kristine.  Religious Liberty in Western and Islamic Law: Toward a World Legal Tradition.  187 pp.  New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
K3258.K35 2012

Khalq, Urgan.  Freedom of Religion and Belief in International Law: A Comparative Analysis.  In Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 182-225.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Kizilkaya, Necmettin.  Apostasy as a Matter of Islamic International Law. In Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 81–98.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Langah, Shahzado,  Labour Management Relations in Islam.  54 pp.  Islamabad; Higher Education Commission, 2009.
KPL1297.L364 2011

Lindsey, Tim.  Human Rights and Islam in South East Asia: The Case of IndonesiaIn Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  299–327.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Mayer, Ann Elizabeth.  General Remarks on Human Rights and Islam in the Middle East. In Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  219–237.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

McGoldrick, Dominic.  The Compatibility of an Islamic/Shari’a Law System or Shari’a Rules with the European Convention on Human RightsIn Robin Griffith-Jones, ed.  Islam and English Law: Rights, Responsibilities and the Place of Shari’a.  pp. 42-71.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
KBP69.G7I83 2013

Moosa, Ebrahim.  Children’s Rights in Modern Islamic and International Law: Changes in Muslim Moral ImaginariesIn Marcia J. Bunge, ed.  Children, Adults, and Shared Responsibilities: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives.  pp.  292–308.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
BJ1631.C469 2012

Na’īm, ‘Abd Allāh Ahmad.  Islam and Human Rights: Selected essays of Abdullahi An-Na’im.  Mashood A. Baderin, ed.  372 pp.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2010.
KBP2460.N35 2010

Na’īm, ‘Abd Allāh Ahmad.  Muslims and Global Justice.  374 pp.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011.
KBP2460.N353 2011

Oba, Abdulmumini A.  New Muslim Perspectives in the Human Rights DebateIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 216–243.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Peter, Chris Maina.  Mufti Act of Zanzibar and the Fundamental Rights and Freedoms of Muslims on the Isles. In Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  173–192.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Qazalbash, Ali.  Set at Liberty, Is It Enough: An Unfortunate History of Bonded Labour in Pakistan.  62 pp.  Islamabad: Mehregarh: Trócaire, 2010.
HD4875.A-Z (Pakistan)

Rabb, Intisar A.  Negotiating Speech in Islamic Law and Politics: Flipped Traditions of ExpressionIn Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 144->167.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Rehman, Javaid.  Islam vs the Shari’a: Minority Protection Within Islamic and International Legal Traditions. In Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 371-378.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Rehman, Javaid.  The Sharī’ah, International Human Rights Law and the Right to Hold Opinions and Free Expression: After Bilour’s FatwāIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 244–268.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Rȍder, Tilmann.  Human Rights Standards in Afghan Courtrooms: The Theory and Reality of the Right to a Fair Trial. In Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  329–359.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010. 
KBP15.G49 2010

Sarwar, Malik Imtiaz.  Freedom of Religion and Expression: A “Rule of Law’ PerspectiveIn Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 247-254.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Schneider, Irene.  Civil Society and Legislation: Development of the Human Rights Situation in Iran 2008. In Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  387–414.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Shahid, Ayesha & Javaid Rehman.  Shari’a and Implementation of Human Rights Norms of Equality and Non Discrimination in the Family: A Case Study of Family Law in PakistanIn Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  361–386.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

Würth, Anna & Claudia Engelmann.  Governmental Human Rights Structures and National Human Rights Institutions in the Middle East and North Africa. In Hatem Elliesie, ed.  Islam and Human Rights.  pp.  239–256.  Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2010.
KBP15.G49 2010

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International Law and National Security

‘Abd al-Raḫīm, Muddathir.  Islam and the Future of the International CommunityIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 440–463.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Al-Dawoody, Ahmed.  The Islamic Law of War: Justifications and Regulations.  338 pp.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
KBP2416.A42 2011

Al-Khasawneh, Awn S.  Islam and International LawIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 29–42.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Alharbi, Ibrahim S.  Democracy in Islamic and International Law.  330 pp.  Bloomington, IN: Author House, 2011.
KBP2035.A43 2011

Baderin, Mashood A.  Islamic Law and International Protection of Minority Rights in ContextIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 184–213.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Baderin, Mashood A.  The 9/11 Attacks and the Future of Collective Security Law: Insight from Islamic LawIn Matthew J. Morgan, ed.  The Impact of 9/11 and the New Legal Landscape: The Day that Changed Everything?   pp.  267-280.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
KF9430.I47 2009

Beham, Markus P.  Islamic Law and International Criminal Law.  Baderin, Mashood A.  Islamic Law and International Protection of Minority Rights in ContextIn Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 349–366.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Berger, Maurits S.  Islam and Islamic Law in Contemporary International Relations.  In Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 393–413.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Cernusca, Matthias.  Islamic Criminal Procedure and the Principle of Complementarity of the International Criminal Court.  In Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 367–389.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.  
KB260.I83 2013

Ellis, Mark S.  Islamic and International Law: Convergence or Conflict?  In Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 91-103.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Ghazi, Mahmood Ahmad.  Islam, International Law and the World Today: Concept of State, International Relations, Minorities, War and Jihad.  200 pp.  Islamabad: Institute of Policy Studies, 2011.
KB260.G48 2011

Iqbāl, Khūrshīd.  The Right to Development in International Law: The Case of Pakistan.  265 pp.  New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2010.
KPL2095.I63 2010

Mitchell, Sara McLaughlin & Emilia Justyna Powell.  Domestic Law Goes Global: Legal Traditions and International Courts.  263 pp.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011,
KZ6250.M58 2011

Munir, Muhammad.  Suicide Attacks: Martyrdom Operations of Acts of Perfidy?  In Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 99–123.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Novak, Gregor.  Islamic Views of Global Order and Their Impact on International Law.  In Marie-Luisa Frick & Andreas Th. Müller, eds.  Islam and International Law: Engaging Self-Centrism from a Plurality of Perspectives.  pp. 414–439.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2013.
KB260.I83 2013

Reiter, Yitzhak.  War, Peace and International Relations in Islam: Muslim Scholars on Peace Accords with Israel.  236 pp.  Portland, OR: Sussex Academic Press, 2011.
KBP2418.I86 R4513 2011

Shah, Niaz A.  Islamic Law and the Law of Armed Conflict: The Conflict in Pakistan.  165 pp.  New York: Routledge, 2011.
KBP2416.S52 2011

Shoukri, Arafat Madi.  Refugee Status in Islam: Concepts of Protection in Islamic Tradition and International Law. 215 pp. New York: I.B. Tauris, 2011.
KBP1538.S54 2011

Sookhdeo, Patrick.  Understanding Islamist Terrorism: The Islamic Doctrine of War.  278 pp.  McLean, VA: Isaac Pub., 2009.
BP190.5.W35S66 2009

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Organizations

Commentary on the Law on Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.  40 pp. Kabul: International Center for Not-for-Profit Law, 2010.
KNF523.A312005C66 2010

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Privacy

Pointon, Leo Desmond, and Jeong Chun Phuoc.  Personal Data Protection: Cases and Commentary with Applied Syari’ah Principles.  622 pp.  Ampang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: CLJ Publication, 2012.
KPG942.7.C65P656 2012

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Women's Rights

Abu-Zayd, Nasr.  The Status of Women Between the Qu’ran and Fiqh.  In Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 153–168.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Albuquerque, Usha & Amrita Ghosh Kumar. dirs.  Fatwas and Feminism. 1 DVD.  New Delhi: Public Service Broadcasting Trust, 2012.
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Badamasuly, Juwairiyya & Usman Muhammad Shu’aib.  Gender Equality or Gender Equity?  A Critique of CEDAW from Shari’ah PerspectiveIn 1 Proceedings: The 6th UUM International Legal Conference 2011: Facing the Contemporary Global Legal Challenges.  pp. 429–438.  Sintok, Kadah, Malaysia: College of Law, Government and International Studies, Universiti Utara Malaysia, 2011.
KPG62.U96 2011

Chandrakirana, Kamala.  Women’s Place and Displacement in the Muslim Family: Realities from the Twenty-first CenturyIn Zainah Anwar, ed.  Wanted: Equality and Justice in the Muslim Family.  pp. 235–261.  Selangor, Malaysia: Musawah, 2009.
KBP526.3.W366 2009

Chaudhry, Ayesha S.  Domestic Violence and the Islamic Tradition: Ethics, Law and the Muslim Discourse on Gender.  258 pp.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.
KBP4187.C435 2013

Dabbous-Sensenig, Dima.  Speaking in His Name? Gender, Language and Religion in the Arab MediaIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 179-198.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Dahlgren, Susanne.  “She Brings Up Healthy Children for the Homeland”: Morality Discourses in Yemeni Legal DebatesIn Maaike Voorhoeve, ed.  Family Law in Islam: Divorce, Marriage and Women in the Muslim World.  pp. 13–30.  New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012.
KBP540.3.F36 2012

Duderija, Adis.  Constructing a Religiously Ideal “Believer” and “Woman” in Islam: Neo-traditional Salafi and Progressive Muslims’ Methods of Interpretation.  258 pp.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.
BP173.4.D83 2011

Emon, Anver M.  The Paradox of Equality and the Politics of Difference: Gender Equality, Islamic Law and the Modern Muslim StateIn Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 237–258.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Esack, Farid.  Islam, Children, and Modernity: A Qur’anic PerspectiveIn Marcia J. Bunge, ed.  Children, Adults, and Shared Responsibilities: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives.  pp.  99–118.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.
BJ1631.C469 2012

Eshkevari, Hassan Yousefi.  Rethinking Men’s Authority over Women: Qiwāma, Wilāya and Their Underlying Assumptions. In Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 191–211.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Glick, Caroline B.  Western Feminism Ignores the Abuse of Women Under Islamic LawIn Nancy Dziedzic, ed.  Feminism.  pp. 125–133.  Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2012.
HQ1155.F442 2012

Ḥājj Aḥmad, YūSūF.  Encyclopedia of Islamic Jurisprudence Concerning Muslim Women: A Comprehensive Encyclopedia Which Covers, Belief, Acts of Worship, Islamic Rulings on Family Matters, Manners and Etiquettes, Dealings, Uprisings, Portents on Battles, and Exemplary Women.  3 v.  Riyadh: Darussalam, 2010.
KBP526.3.H35 2010

Hodge, Tiffany A.  Women and Islamic Law in Bangladesh: Finding a Space for the Fatwa.  In Jeffrey T. Kenney & Ebrahim Moosa, eds.  Islam in the Modern World.  pp. 390-404.  New York: Routledge, 2014.
BP161.3.I739 2013

Kabbani, Syaykh M. Hisham & Homayra Ziad.  The Prohibition of Domestic Violence in Islam: A Fatwa.  39 pp.  Washington, DC: World Organization for Resource Development and Education, 2011.
KBP4187.K33 2011

Kadivar, Mohsen.  Revisiting Women’s Rights in Islam: “Egalitarian Justice” in Lieu of “Deserts-based Justice.”  In Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 213–234.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Kamal, Simi.  Nizam-e-Adl Inside Out: A Study of Nizam-e-Adl in the Light of the Constitution, Women’s Policies and the Perceptions of Pakistani Society.  114 pp.  Islamabad: National Commission on the Status of Women, 2010.
KPL516.K36 2010

Kapur, Ratna.  Un-veiling Equality: Disciplining the “Other” Woman Through Human Rights Discourse. In Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 265-290.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Kodir, Faihuddin Abdul.  Gender Equality and the Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad: Reinterpreting the Concepts of Maḥram and Qiwāma.  In Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 169–189.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Krivenko, Ekaterina Yahyaoui.  Women, Islam and International Law: Within the Context of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women.  267 pp.  Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2009.
KBP526.3.Y34 2009

Madsen, Peter.  Rebellious Women – Discourses and Texts: Shari’a, Civil Rights and Penal LawIn Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 217-235.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Masud, Muhammad Khalid.  Gender Equality and the Doctrine of Wilāya.  In Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 127–152.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Moosa, Najma.  Unveiling the Mind: The Legal Position of Women in Islam: A South African Context.  2nd ed. 169 pp. Cape Town: Juta, 2011.
KBP526.32.M66 2011

Moussa, Jasmine.  Competing Fundamentalisms and Egyptian Women's Family Rights: International Law and the Reform of Shari'a-derived Legislation.  300 pp.  Boston: Brill, 2011.
KRM517.5.M68 2011

Muhammad, Ramizah Wan.  Woman in the Shari’ah Courts: A Study of Malaysia and Indonesia. In Abdul Haseeb Ansari, ed.  Contemporary Issues in Islamic Law.  pp.  356-369.  New Delhi: Serials Publications, 2011.
KBP440.3.C668 2011

Mulia, Siti Musdah.  Promoting Gender Equity Through Interreligious Marriage: Empowering Indonesian Women.  In Gavin W. Jones, Chee Heng Leng & Maznah Mohamad, eds.  Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage: Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia.  pp.  255–282.  Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2009.
HQ1031.M85 2009

Masud, Muhammad Khalid.  Gender Equality and the Doctrine of Wilāya.  In Ziba Mir-Hosseini, Et al., eds.  Gender and Equality in Muslim Family Law; Justice and Ethics in the Islamic Legal Tradition.  pp. 127–152.  New York: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2013.
KBP540.3.G46 2013

Mir-Hosseini, Ziba.  Women in Search of Common Ground: Between Islamic and International Human Rights Law. In Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis & Benjamin Glahn, eds.  Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Searching for Common Ground?  pp. 291-303.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012.
KBP2460.I854 2012

Nasir, Jamal J. Ahmad.  The Status of Women Under Islamic Law and Modern Islamic Legislation.  225 pp.  Boston: Leiden, 3rd ed. 2009.
KBP526.32.N37A37 2009

Noriani Nik Badli Shah, Nik.  Justice in Islamic and Western Legal-Political Thought: A Dual Heritage Affecting Gender Justice in Malaysia.  261 pp.  Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia: International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies Malaysia, 2012.
KPG516.N67 2012

Noriani Nik Badli Shah, Nik & Yasmin Masiji.  Women as Judges.  rev. ed.  41 pp.  Kuala Lumpur: Sisters in Islam, 2009.
KBP1611.N67 2009

Nurmila, Nina.  Women, Islam and Everyday Life: Renegotiating Polygamy in Indonesia.  197 pp.  New York: Routledge, 2009.
HQ1170.N97 2009

Osman, Ratna & Catherine Hirst.  Sisters in Islam: Engendering Islamic Law Reform in Malaysia.  In Lily Zubaidah Rahim, ed.  Muslim Secular Democracy.  pp. 191-284.  New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.
JQ1852.A91M87 2013

Petersen, Hanne.  Women, Secular and Religious Laws and Traditions: Gendered Secularization, Gendering Shari’a. In Jørge S, Nielson & Lisbet Christoffersen, eds.  Shari’a as Discourse: Legal Traditions and the Encounter with Europe.  pp. 77-87.  Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2010.
KJC.969.S52 2010

Reda, Nevin.  The “Good” Muslim, “Bad” Muslim Puzzle?  The Assertion of Muslim Women’s Islamic Identity in the Sharia Debates in Canada. In Anna C. Korteweg & Jennifer A. Selby, eds.  Debating Sharia: Islam, Gender Politics, and Family Law Arbitration.  pp. 231–256.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012.
KE4395.D42 2012

Shaikh, Justice Shahzado.  The Protection of Women: Criminal Laws Amendment Act, 2006: A Critical Analysis.  256 pp.  Karachi: Sindhica Academy, 2013.
KPL516.S529 2013

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KBP540.3.G46 2013

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Prepared by Constance A. Johnson
Senior Legal Research Analyst
December 2014

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