Cambridge, Mass. ; London : Harvard University Press, 2007.
viii, 332 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Harvard series in Islamic law ; 5.
Formatted Contents Note
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.
" ... selections of papers ... for the first international conference ... at Harvard Law School on April 17 and 18, 2004"--Acknowledgments.