Transformations & Continuities in Islamic Intellectual Thought Conference - Legal Interconnections

Wed Apr 3, 2019
Georgetown University in Qatar brought together leading scholars involved in research on Islamic intellectual thought between the 16th and 18th centuries at their annual faculty research conference in Doha. The 2-day Annual Faculty Research Conference focused on the period of history when the Muslim world had separated into three distinct empires: the Safavids, the Ottomans and the Mughals. March 17-18, 2019Panel 2: Legal Interconnections Moderator: Amira Sonbol, Georgetown University in QatarRifa’at Abou-El-Haj, Binghamton University Development of the Jury System in 16th Century Ottoman JerusalemRandi Deguilhem, Aix-Marseille University Connectedness of Religious Jurisprudence and Court-Registered Contracts: Renting Waqf Property in 18th century DamascusMahmood Kooria, Leiden University In the Waves of Law: Transmission of Islamic Legal Ideas across the Indian Ocean World in the Sixteenth Century