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Islawmix (Beta): Bringing Clarity to Islamic Law in the News

Islawmix (Beta): Bringing Clarity to Islamic Law in the News
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Islawmix connects news readers, media producers, and legal scholars with credible, authoritative information about trends in Islamic law (“sharī’a”), by developing innovative aggregation and visualization tools to:

• map the growing landscape of news stories about Islamic law in traditional and new media;
• analyze trends on that landscape, including metrics for sourcing, subject-matter covered, and spread of issues on the new and legacy media outlets; and
• offer resources, background briefs, and in-depth analysis related to trending issues by the small group of experts who have significant, relevant experience and expertise.

islawmix is a project of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, focusing on the media and policy landscape where Islam and the news mix.
The views of each scholar are their own. They are independent of the views of any other scholar participating in islawmix. Participation in islawmix does not suggest endorsement of the views or scholarship of any other scholar, or positions of islawmix itself.
Islawmix scholars have advanced degrees in American law (JD) and in the study of Islamic law (PhD), or the equivalent, and teach issues of contemporary Islamic law and society in American law schools. They have been recognized by their peers; by their publications; and by prestigious legal, academic, and other institutions for their timely scholarship on issues of Islamic law. They represent a diverse range of ideological and scholarly perspectives, experiences, and approaches.
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