News & Events


Scripture, Translation, and Authority in Muslim South Asia, 18th-20th Centuries

Zaman is a professor in the department of Religion and Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University. He has written on the relation­ship between religious and political institutions in medieval and modern Islam, on social and legal thought in the modern Muslim world, on institutions and traditions of learning in Islam, and on the flow of ideas between South Asia and the Arab Middle East. Read More

From the Moors to the New World: Lessons from Dynamic Water Sharing for a Colonial-Era System in the Indus

Erum Sattar explores the legal and political aspects of management of water resources in semi-arid environments. In this comparative project, Sattar draws relevant lessons from Moorish water systems for today’s management of water resources across countries. You must RSVP to attend this event. Read More