Osman Taştan is Professor of Islamic Law, and Head of ‘Muslim Theology and Religious Studies Program in English’, at Ankara University‘s Faculty of Divinity. He obtained his Ph.D. from Exeter University, UK. His works include chapters on ‘Religion and Religious Minorities’ in Turkey, and ‘Human Rights in Islamic Law: Religion, Law and Politics’, and various articles on ‘trends in theory and history of Islamic law’. His research interest covers the intersection between religion, law and politics in Islamic legal theory.
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