Islamic law in contemporary Indonesia : ideas and institutions / edited by R. Michael Feener and Mark E. Cammack.
- Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2007.
- Harvard series in Islamic law ; 5
viii, 332 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Islamic law -- Indonesia.
Islamic law -- Indonesia -- Interpretation and construction.
- Introduction: Islamic law in Indonesia: formations of a modern tradition? / R. Michael Feener and Mark E. Cammack
Muslim legal thought in modern Indonesia: introduction and overview / R. Michael Feener
Reconsidering authority: Indonesian fiqh texts about women / Nelly van Doorn-Harder
Religious authority, politics and fatwas in contemporary southeast Asia / C. van Dijk
Lightning, angels and prayers for the nation: reading the fatwas of the Jamʻiyah Ahlith Thoriqoh al-Muʻtabaroh / Michael Laffin
Islamic law in court decisions and fatwa institutions in Indonesia / Rifyal Kaʻbah
Islamic divorce law and practice in Indonesia / Mark E. Cammack, Helen Donovan, and Tim B. Heaton
Toward a just marriage law: empowering Indonesian women through a counter legal draft to the Indonesian compilation of Islamic law / Siti Musdah Mulia, with Mark E. Cammack
Indonesian Islamic judiciary / Mark E. Cammack
Fairness and law in an Indonesian court / John R. Bowen
Politics of shariʻatization: central governmental and regional discourses of Shariʻa implementation in Aceh / Moch. Nur Ichwan
Shariʻa revival in Aceh / Tim Lindsey and M.B. Hooker, with Ross Clarke and Jeremy Kingsley
Islamic legal education in modern Indonesia / Azyumardi Azra.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Feener, R. Michael.
Cammack, Mark E.
- 9780674025080 (hbk.)
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