- Title Pages
- Series Editors’ Preface
- List of Abbreviations and Translation and Transliteration
- List of Tables and Figures
- About the Author
- 1 The Reception of European Law in Political and Social Context
- 2 Early Islamic Legal Revivalism and National Complacency
- 3 The Sharia Bar Association Journal and the Islamic Turn
- 4 Foreign Interventions in Islamic Law
- 5 The Long Arms of Legal Thought from Algeria, France, and Germany
- 6 The Comparativist Program for Islamic Legal Reform
- 7 Education and Scholarship in Franco-Egyptian and French Law before 1923
- 8 Education and Scholarship in Islamic Law, 1868–1923
- 9 The Flourishing of Advanced Studies after 1923
- 10 The Origins of “General Theory” in Islamic Legal Thought
- Epilogue: The Waxing of Conservative Revivalists and the Waning of Franco-Egyptians
- Islamic Legal Revival
- Oxford University Press
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