New Issue of Journal of Law and Religion: Free until April 1

Silas W. Allard is happy to announce that the new issue of the Journal of Law and Religion has published. This new issue features as symposium on child law in Muslim jurisdictions, as well as review symposia on the work of John Witte and Cathleen Kaveny. The full issue can be read online for free until April 1, 2020 at https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/journal-of-law-and-religion/latest-issue, and the table of contents is included below.

EDITORIAL – Silas W. Allard

Essay

HIGHER EDUCATION FOR HAREDIM IN ISRAEL – Tova Hartman, Chaim Zicherman

Research Articles

FROM LAW TO DHARMA: STATE LAW AND SACRED DUTY IN ANCIENT INDIA – Mark McClish
FAMILY, NATION BUILDING, AND CITIZENSHIP: THE LEGAL REPRESENTATION OF MUSLIM WOMEN IN THE BAN AGAINST THE BIGAMY CLAUSE OF 1951 – Rawia Aburabia

Symposium: Child Law in Muslim Jurisdictions

CHILD LAW IN MUSLIM JURISDICTIONS: THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN ESTABLISHING FILIATION (NASAB) AND PROTECTING PARENTLESS CHILDREN – Dörthe Engelcke, Nadjma Yassari
FILIATION AND ADOPTION AMONG MUSLIMS IN INDIA: THE QUAGMIRES OF A RELIGIOUS MINORITY LAW – Jean-Philippe Dequen
THE STATUS OF CHILDREN BORN OUT OF WEDLOCK AND ADOPTED CHILDREN IN INDONESIA: INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ISLAMIC, ADAT, AND HUMAN RIGHTS NORMS – Euis Nurlaelawati, Stijn Cornelis van Huis
A STEP TOO FAR? THE JOURNEY FROM “BIOLOGICAL” TO “SOCIETAL” FILIATION IN THE CHILD’S RIGHT TO NAME AND IDENTITY IN ISLAMIC AND INTERNATIONAL LAW – Shaheen Sardar Ali
ESTABLISHING FILIATION (NASAB) AND THE PLACEMENT OF DESTITUTE CHILDREN INTO NEW FAMILIES: WHAT ROLE DOES THE STATE PLAY? – Dörthe Engelcke

Book Review Symposium: On Pedagogy, Prophecy, and Public Engagement: The Recent Works of Cathleen Kaveny

PATHS AND PEDAGOGIES IN LAW AND ETHICS: ON CATHLEEN KAVENY, ETHICS AT THE EDGES OF LAW: CHRISTIAN MORALISTS AND AMERICAN LEGAL THOUGHT  – M. Christian Green
ON COVENANT, IRONY, PROVIDENCE, AND THE STANCE OF THE PROPHET: THOUGHTS IN LIGHT OF CATHLEEN KAVENY’S  – Ted A. Smith
TALKING CONTROVERSIES: WHY DIALOGUE MATTERS FOR LAW, RELIGION, AND MORALITY – A Culture of Engagement: Law, Religion, and Morality. – Jonathan Rothchild
TEACHING BALANCE, AUTONOMY, AND SOLIDARITY IN LAW: CATHLEEN KAVENY, LAW’S VIRTUESFOSTERING AUTONOMY AND SOLIDARITY IN AMERICAN SOCIETY  – Kevin P. Lee

Book Review Symposium: John Witte, Jr., Church, State, and Family: Reconciling Traditional Teachings and Modern Liberties

PEDAGOGIES OF NATURAL LAW – Mark D. Jordan
FAMILY LAW ISOLATIONISM AND CHURCH, STATE, AND FAMILY  – Robin Fretwell Wilson
RELIGIOUS EDICTS, SECULAR LAW, AND THE FAMILY  – Michael J. Broyde
DEFAULT RULES AND PRIVATE ALTERATIONS – Brian H. Bix
THE ROLE OF THE STATE IN REGULATING THE MARITAL FAMILY  – Jonathan Chaplin
RESPONSE TO THE REVIEWERS – John Witte