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Title Islamic law and international human rights law : searching for common ground? / edited by Anver M. Emon, Mark S. Ellis, Benjamin Glahn.
Edition First edition.
Location Call No. Status Notes
 Law Library  KBP 2460 .I854 2012    DUE 01-14-15
Description xv, 400 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Narrating law / Kathleen Cavanaugh -- Shari'a and the modern state / Anver M. Emon -- Commentary to "Shari'a and the modern state" and "Narrating law" / Hans Corell -- Islamic law and international law : convergance or conflict? / Mark S. Ellis -- Clearing ground : commentary to "Shari'a and the modern state" / Muhammad Khalid Masud -- Commentary : Shari'a as rule of law / Adel Omar Sherif -- Rethinking the universality of human rights : a comparative historical proposal for the idea of "common ground" with other moral traditions / Nehal Bhuta -- Negotiating speech in Islamic law and politics : flipped traditions of expression / Intisar Rabb -- Freedom of speech : the great divide and the common ground between the United States and the rest of the world / John B. Bellinger III and Murad Hussain -- Freedom of religion and belief in international law : a comparative analysis / Urfan Khaliq -- Pre-modern Islamic legal restrictions on freedom of religion, with particular reference to apostasy and its punishment / Abdullah Saeed -- The freedom of religion and expression : a rule of law perspective / Malik Imtiaz Sarwar -- Freedom of conscience and religion : a brief reflection / Sumner B. Twiss -- Unveiling equality : disciplining the 'other' woman through human rights discourse / Ratna Kapur -- Women in search of common ground : between Islamic and international human rights law / Ziba Mir-Hosseini -- Commentary : women and Islamic law / Sandra Day O'Connor -- Musawah, CEDAW, and Muslim family laws in the 21st century / Lynn Welchman -- Religious minorities and Islamic law : accommodation and the limits of tolerance / Anver M. Emon -- The dialectic of International law and the contested approaches to minority rights / Errol Mendes -- Commentary : religious minorities and Islamic law / Richard Goldstone -- Islam vs. the Shari'a : minority protection within Islamic and international legal traditions / Javaid Rehman -- Epilogue. Common ground or clearing ground? / Robin Lovin.
Part 1. Islamic law and international human rights law -- pt. 2. Freedom of speech -- pt. 3. Freedom of religion -- pt. 4. Gender equality -- pt .5. Minority rights.
Subject Civil rights (Islamic law) -- Congresses.
Human rights -- Religious aspects -- Islam -- Congresses.
International law and human rights -- Congresses.
Freedom of expression (Islamic law) -- Congresses.
Minorities (Islamic law) -- Congresses.
Women (Islamic law) -- Congresses.
Added Author Ellis, Mark S., editor of compilation.
Emon, Anver M., editor of compilation.
Glahn, Benjamin, editor of compilation.
International Bar Association, sponsoring body.
Salzburg Global Seminar.
Center of Theological Inquiry (Princeton, N.J.), sponsoring body.
ISBN 9780199641444
0199641447
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