EMORY UNIVERSITY. CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF LAW AND RELIGION.
Center for the Study and Law and Religion records, 1990-2016, undated

Emory University

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Emory University. Center for the Study of Law and Religion.
Title: Center for the Study and Law and Religion records, 1990-2016, undated
Call Number:Series No. 031
Extent: 2.10 linear ft. (5 boxes)
Abstract:Contains research project materials, invitations, lectures, and printed material related to the Center for the Study of Law and Religion.
Language:Materials entirely in English.

Administrative Information

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted access.

Terms Governing Use and Reproduction

All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction.

Related Materials in Other Repositories

James T. Laney Papers, Emory University Archives, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University.

Related Materials in This Repository

Harold J. Berman Papers, Emory Law Archives, Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, Emory University; Emory Law School Publications, Emory Law Archives, Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, Emory University.

Citation

[after identification of item(s)], Center for the Study and Law and Religion Records, Emory Law Archives, Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library, Emory University.

Processing

Processed by Joanna D. Rogers, 2013.


Collection Description

Biographical Note

The origins of the Center for the Study of Law and Religion began in 1982 when Emory founded a program in law and religion as part of its mission to build an interdisciplinary university and to increase understanding of the fundamental role religion has played in shaping law, politics, and society. Founded by Emory President James T. Laney and Emory Law Professor Frank S. Alexander, today the Center for the Study of Law and Religion offers six degree programs, pursues multi-year research projects, has produced more than 300 books, and hosts major international conferences and distinguished lecture series.

Scope and Content Note

The records of the Center for the Study of Law and Religion consists mostly of papers related to research projects, with the topics including cultural transformation and human rights in Africa, Islamic family law, sex, marriage, and family life, and the child in law, religion, and society. Also included are invitations, lectures, and printed materials.

Arrangement Note

Organized alphabetically by title.



Container List

Box Folder Content
1 1 Collected material, photocopy of Era of Persuasion by E. Brooks Holifield, undated
1 2 Course materials, Marriage: Religious and Legal Perspectives, Spring 2002
1 3 Invitations, 1999-2002
1 4 Lectures, 1990-2014
1 5 Printed materials, CSLR publications catalog, 2011
1 6 Printed materials, Law and Religion program brochures, 2004-2016
1 7 Printed materials, "When Law and Religion Meet: The Point of Convergence," 2007
1 8 Publications, Emory Report, 2001-2002
Research Projects
1 9 Islam and Human Rights Fellowship Program, 2004
1 10 Islamic Family Law: introduction, 2004 October 7
1 11 Islamic Family Law: case studies (India), 2004
1 12 Islamic Family Law: case studies (Palestine), 2002
1 13 Islamic Family Law: case studies (United States), 2004
1 14 Islamic Family Law: legal datasheets by country (A-I), 2004
1 15 Islamic Family Law: legal datasheets by country (J-Q), 2004
2 1 Islamic Family Law: legal datasheets by country (S-Y), 2004
2 2 Islamic Family Law: legal datasheets by region, 2004
2 3 Islamic Family Law: thematic studies, 2004
2 4 Law, Religion, and Human Rights: Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in Africa: Women and Land (1 of 3), 2004
2 5 Law, Religion, and Human Rights: Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in Africa: Women and Land (2 of 3), 2004
2 6 Law, Religion, and Human Rights: Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in Africa: Women and Land (3 of 3), 2004
2 7 Law, Religion, and Human Rights: Modern Christian Perspectives on Law, Politics, and Human Nature conference, 2004
2 8 Sex, Marriage, and Family Life: opening fall retreat, 2001
3 1 Sex, Marriage, and Family Life: Second Senior Fellows Retreat, 2002
3 2 Sex, Marriage, and Family Life: seminar readings, 2001
3 3 Sex, Marriage, and Family Life: supplementary sample writings of senior fellows, 2001-2003
3 4 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: opening fall retreat, 2003
4 1 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: roundtable discussion for Moral Psychology and Christian Ethics by Don S. Browning, 2004
4 2 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: Second Senior Fellows Retreat, 2004
4 3 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: seminar readings (1 of 4), 2003
4 4 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: seminar readings (2 of 4), 2003
4 5 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: seminar readings (3 of 4), 2003
4 6 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: seminar readings (4 of 4), 2003
5 1 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: supplementary sample writings of senior fellows, 2003
5 2 The Child in Law, Religion, and Society: Vocation of the Child Roundtable, 2005
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