Harvard Series in Islamic Law

Published by the Islamic Legal Studies Program with distribution by Harvard University Press, the "Harvard Series in Islamic Law" is a monograph series devoted to important works on Islamic law and a forum for writings that treat Islamic law in the context of comparative legal research.

Editor
Baber Johansen, ILSP Acting Director, Affiliated Professor in International Legal Studies (HLS), Professor of Islamic Religious Studies (HDS)

Editorial Board
Khalid Abou El Fadl, UCLA School of Law; William P. Alford, Harvard Law School; Peri Bearman, Harvard Law School; Charles Donahue, Jr., Harvard Law School; Ian D. Edge, SOAS, University of London; Mohamed Ali Elgari, King Abdulaziz University, Jedda; Wolfhart P. Heinrichs, Harvard University; Cemal Kafadar, Harvard University; Martin W. Lau, SOAS, University of London; Ann Elizabeth Mayer, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania; David S. Powers, Cornell University; Frank E. Vogel, Harvard Law School; Mai Yamani, The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London

  1. Gideon Libson, Jewish and Islamic Law: A Comparative Study of Custom During the Geonic Period (2003)
  2. Peri Bearman, Rudolph Peters, & Frank E. Vogel (eds.), The Islamic School of Law: Evolution, Devolution, and Progress (2005)
  3. Nurit Tsafrir, The History of an Islamic School of Law: The Early Spread of Hanafism (2004)
  4. Maya Shatzmiller, Her Day in Court: Women's Property Rights in Fifteenth-Century Granada (2007)
  5. R. Michael Feener and Mark E. Cammack (eds.), Islamic Law in Contemporary Indonesia: Ideas and Institutions (2007)
  6. Asifa Quraishi and Frank E. Vogel (eds.), The Islamic Marriage Contract: Case Studies in Islamic Family Law (2008)