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This chapter begins by reviewing two earlier historiographies of Islamic family law to illustrate the breadth and depth of the field and proceeds to examine the literature. The first section focuses on doctrinal scholarship on different substantive areas of law. The second considers the literature that deals with the different loci of authority to interpret, legislate, and enforce Islamic family law, or parts of it. The third section considers literature that engages with the implications ofdoi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199679010.013.19 fatcat:xxvouu6cwffajkey5nwihfamfe