Call for Papers: Special Issue of Religions: “A Critique of the Modern Discourse of Maqāṣid,” September 15, 2023

From the organizers: The open access journal Religions (ISSN 2077-1444) is pleased to announce a new Special Issue entitled “A Critique of the Modern Discourse of Maqāṣid”. Dr. Mohamed Mosaad Abdelaziz Mohamed is serving as Guest Editor for this issue. The submission deadline is 15 September 2023 and papers may be submitted immediately or at

Call for Abstracts: Thematic Dossier on the Indian Ocean, September 30, 2023

Call for Abstracts: Thematic Dossier on the Indian Ocean Al-ʿUṣūr al-Wusṭā: The Journal of Middle East Medievalists announces a thematic dossier on Indian Ocean histories guest edited by Jyoti Balachandran, to be published in 2025. To that end, we are soliciting original research articles that employ the Indian Ocean as their analytical framework to trace and

Call for Abstracts: The 3rd Malikussaleh International Conference on Law, Legal Studies, and Social Sciences, September 30, 2023

From the organizers: The 3rd Malikussaleh International Conference on Law, Legal Studies, and Social Sciences (MICoLLS 2023) is a unique platform for professionals, researchers, and practitioners interested in issues related to Customary Law, Islamic Law, and their role in shaping a fair and equitable legal system. The conference is scheduled to take place on October 10-11,

Call for Papers: 10th IDHN Conference, October 8, 2023

From the organizers: The deadline for our CfP is coming up on Sunday, October 08th, 2023! We look forward to learning from you at our 10th IDHN Conference which will take place on Thursday, November 09, 2023. We are calling for contributions from both members and guests, who are developing or deploying digital methods and tools in the

Call for Papers: Symposium on Copyright in Islamic Legal Tradition, ISAR Research Center, Istanbul, October 15, 2023

In today’s contemporary landscape, the intricacies surrounding copyright and intellectual property rights have gained significant prominence. The rapid advancement and diversification of digital technologies have given rise to a multitude of copyright-related challenges. Although numerous legal systems address copyright through various theoretical frameworks, such as personality, labor, and utilitarian theories, the comprehensive examination of this

Call for Papers: Law and Society Association Annual Meeting Unsettling Territories: Tradition and Revolution in Law and Society, October 24, 2023

Call For Papers: Law and Society Association Annual Meeting: Unsettling Territories: Tradition and Revolution in Law and Society, Denver, Colorado, USA, June 6-9, 2024, Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center We are pleased to invite you to participate in the 2024 LSA Annual Meeting that will take place in Denver, Colorado, USA from June 6-9, 2024!

Call for Papers: Special Section – Lifewriting Annual and Islam

From the organizers: Lifewriting Annual is a forum for the discussion of all aspects of lifewriting—theoretical, critical, and scholarly. We hope that its broad scope fosters lively discussion about the ways that various forms of lifewriting inform each other. We seek critical and scholarly essays and reviews on biography, autobiography, memoir, journals, diaries, and letters

Call for Papers: American Oriental Society’s 234th Meeting, November 15, 2023

Members of the Society are hereby invited to Submit Abstracts of Communications to be presented at the 234th Meeting. (Select the Abstracts of Communications Folder, and upload to that folder.)Alternatively, you may submit abstracts by email attachment. Use “AOS Abstracts” in the subject line. Abstracts must be in Microsoft Word format or .pdf produced from MS Word. Please name your abstract

Call for Papers: Annual Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop, November 15, 2023

Annual Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop January 18-20, 2024  Announcement and Call for Papers  Co-Organized and Co-Hosted by Kim Lane Scheppele (Princeton University) Jacques deLisle (University of Pennsylvania Law School), and Jacqueline Ross (University of Illinois College of Law) And the American Society of Comparative Law Hosting institution this year:  Princeton University Center for Human Values