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Ahmed El Shamsy's The Canonization of Islamic Law is a detailed history of the birth of classical Islamic law.
1. Tradition under siege; 2. Debates on Hadith and consensus; 3. From local community to universal canon; 4. Status, power, and social upheaval; 5. Scholarship between persecution and patronage; 6. Authorship, transmission, and intertextuality; 7. A community of interpretation; 8. Canonization beyond the Shafi'i school.
Ahmed El Shamsy is an Assistant Professor of Islamic Thought in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Chicago.