Ari Schriber is a PhD candidate in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Harvard focusing on twentieth-century Islamic intellectual and legal history. His research focuses on the epistemological and structural evolution of Moroccan shariʿa courts through the study of its judges (qudāt) and cases across colonial and independent Morocco (approximately 1920-1965). His contributions to SHARIAsource largely focus on key themes and moments in Moroccan Islamic legal history that mark the evolving status of shari'a in the twentieth century.
The following is a list of recently published books on Islamic law (in English) for the year 2017. Included works deal either with Islamic law generally, or specific areas of it, such as Islamic legal history, Islamic constitutionalism, the... View Project
This Online Companion to the book, al-Muwaṭṭaʾ – Recension of Yaḥyā b. Yaḥyā (d. 234/848) by Mālik b. Anas (translated and edited by Mohammad Fadel and Connell Monette) (Program in Islamic Law/Harvard... View Project