Behnam Sadeghi: “A Model for Decision Making and Exegesis within a Tradition”

Posted on December 14th, 2012 in Events

January 11, 2013, 12:15 PM, Building 70, Room 72A1

Religious Studies Colloquium

Behnam Sadeghi (Stanford University), “A Model for Decision Making and Exegesis within a Tradition”

Behnam Sadeghi anford University) is Assistant Professor of Religious Studies. He specializes in the early centuries of Islamic religion and teaches courses on pre-modern intellectual history. He has done research on the early history of the Qur’an, the hadith literature, and the early legal debates about women in the public space. His doctoral dissertation examined methods of textual interpretation applied in the Hanafi school of law in the pre-modern period. He has taught Approaching Religion (covering early Islam), and courses on pre-modern theology, pre-modern law, and the early history of the Qur’an.

[Co-sponsored by the Department of Religious Studies]

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