The presentation is part of a monthly lecture series organized by the Project “Canonization and Diversification in Islamic Law and in Arabian Rhetoric in Comparison” situated in the collaborative Research Centre (SFB 1385) at the Münster University, in cooperation with Program in Islamic Law at Harvard Law School and the Faculty of Theology at Istanbul University.
We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the the development and function of genres in Islamic law and history in our monthly meetings.
The recordings of the first two lectures are online available:
Murteza Bedir, Istanbul University: “Form, Function and Historical Development of uṣūl al-fiqh as a Genre”
Mohammad Fadel, Toronto University: “Form, Function and Historical Development of muḫtaṣar as a Genre“