Bibliography on the Research Area working on the FAMILY (WP3)

RESEARCH AREA on the FAMILY (WP3)

 

ALUFFI, R., ZINCONE, G. (eds), The legal treatment of islamic minorities in Europe, Leuven, Peeters, 2004

 

COULMONT, Baptiste, “Mariages homosexuels, religion et Etat aux Etats-Unis”, in ROCHEFORT, Florence (ed.), Le pouvoir du genre. Laïcités et religions 1905-2005, Paris, Presses Universitaires du Mirail, 2007, p. 217-228

 

COULMONT, B., “Bons à marier ? Rites d’institution et institution d’un rite”, in GASPARD, Françoise & PERREAU, B. (ed.), Le choix de l’homosexualité, Paris, E.P.E.L, 2007

 

COULMONT, B., “Entre droit, normes et politiques, un procès ecclésiastique contemporain”, Droit et société, 2005, n°59, p. 139-163

 

COULMONT, B., “Eglises chrétiennes et homosexualités aux Etats-Unis”, Revue française d’études américaines, 2003, n°95, p. 73-86

 

DANE, P., " The Intersecting Worlds of Religious and Secular Marriage", in LEWIS, A., O'DAIR, R. (eds.), Law and Religion, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2001, pp. 385-409

 

EUROPEAN CONSORTIUM FOR CHURCH-STATE RESEARCH, Marriage and Religion in Europe, Milano, Giuffré, 1993

 

FASSIN, E., “Homosexualités et mariage aux Etats-Unis. Histoire d’une polémique”, Actes de la Recherches en Sciences Sociales, n°125, 1998, p. 63-73

 

FOBLETS, M.-C., Les familles maghrébines et la justice en Belgique. Anthropologie juridique et immigration, Paris, Karthala, 1994

 

FOBLETS, M.-C. (ed.), Familles - Islam - Europe : le droit confronté au changement, Paris, L'Harmattan, 1996

 

FOBLETS, M.-C. (ed.) Femmes marocaines et conflits familiaux en immigration. Quelles solutions juridiques appropriées?, Antwerp, Maklu, 1998

 

FOBLETS, M.-C. & STRIJBOSCH, F. (eds), Relations familiales interculturelles/Cross cultural family relations, Onati, International Institute for the Sociology of Law, 1999;

 

FOBLETS, M.-C. & J.Y. CARLIER, Le nouveau Code marocain de la famille. Son application en Europe, Brussels, Bruylant, 2005

 

FOBLETS, M.-C., Culturen voor de rechter [Culture(s) in the courtroom], Antwerp, Maklu (forthcoming)

 

JAYME, E., Identité culturelle et intégration : le droit international privé postmoderne, R.C.A.D.I., 1995, tome 251.

 

GANNAGÉ, P.,“La coexistence des droits confessionnels et des droits laïcisés dans les relations privées internationales”, Recueil des Cours -Académie de droit international Vol.164., The Hague, 1979.

 

KARÇIÇ, F., “Applying the Shari’ah in modern societies: main developments and issues”, Islamic Studies, 40 (2001), pp. 207-226

 

KRUGER, T., State of the Art Report: The Family, RELIGARE Paper No. 2, September 2010.

 

MENSKI, W., "Accommodating religious needs in relation to marriage: Flying kites and navigating state law and other forms of law", www.statoechiese.it 2008

 

MINKENBERG, M., "The Policy Impact Of Church-State Relations : Family Policy And Abortion In Britain, France And Germany" in MADELEY, J.T.S., ENYEDI, Z. (eds), "Church and State in Contemporary Europe. The chimera of neutrality", West European Politics, 26/1, 2003, pp. 195-218

 

ROHE, M., “The Application of Islamic Family Law in German Courts and its Compatibility with German Public Policy”, in BASEDOW, J., & YASSARI, N., Iranian Family and Succession Laws and their Application in German Courts – Materialien zum ausländischen und internationalen Privatrecht, Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2004, p. 19-34.

 

ROHE, M., “Muslims between Qu'ran and Constitution - Religious Freedom within the German Legal Order”, in TRAMONTINI, L.A. (ed.), “East is East and West is West”? Talks on Dialogue in Beirut, Beiruter Texte und Studien 80, Orient-Institut Beirut, Beirut 2006, p. 151-176.

 

ROHE, M., “Islamic Norms in Germany and Europe”, in AL-HAMARNEH & THIELMANN (eds.), Islam and Muslims in Germany, Leiden, Brill 2008, pp. 49-81

 

ROHE, M., Alternative Dispute Resolution in Europe under the Auspices of Religious Norms, RELIGARE Paper No. 6, January 2011.

 

SHAH. P., “Rituals of recognition: Ethnic minority marriages in British legal systems” in SHA, P (ed.), Law and ethnic plurality: Socio-legal perspectives, Leiden & Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, 2007, pp. 177- 202.

 

SHAH, P., Transnational family relations in migration contexts: British variations on European themes, RELIGARE Paper No. 7, March 2011.

 

WITTE, J.Jr, VAN DER VYVER, J.D. (ed.), Religious human rights in global perspective – religious perspectives, The Hague, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 1996, 600 p.

 

YASSARI, N., “Legal Pluralism and Family Law: An Assessment of the Current legal Situation in Afghanistan” in YASSARI, N. (ed.), The Shari'a in the Constitutions of Afghanistan, Iran and Egypt: Implications for Private Law, Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck, 2005, p. 45-60.