Baudoin Dupret

Baudoin Dupret

Baudouin Dupret is educated in Law, Islamic Sciences, and Political Sciences. He is Directeur de Recherche at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS). He is also guest lecturer at the University of Louvain (Belgium) and research associate at the Netherlands Institute Morocco (NIMAR, Rabat, Morocco). He has published extensively in the field of the sociology and anthropology of law in Middle Eastern and Islamic contexts. He (co-)edited numerous volumes, the two most recent ones being Legal Rules in Practice (with J. Colemans and M. Travers, Routledge, 2020) and State Law and Legal Positivism (with J.L. Halpérin, Brill, 2021). He also authored several books, e.g. What Is the Sharia? (Hurst, 2017) and Positive Law from the Muslim World (Cambridge U.P., 2021). He is currently working on the positivizing process of norms, in and beyond the law, in African Muslim contexts.

Baudoin Dupret, Aya Bejermi et Ayang UtrizaYakin, « Faire du neuf avec du vieux ? Qualifier la prodigalité devant la justice égyptienne de la première moitié du 20e siècle », Revue d’histoire du droit français et étranger, à paraitre.

Ayang Utriza Yakin, Aya Bejermi et Baudouin Dupret, « L’aliénation mentale devant les juges égyptiens pendant la période de tutelle britannique », Clio@Themis [En ligne], 23 | 2022, mis en ligne le 01 novembre 2022. URL :

Baudouin Dupret, Louis Quéré, “Error, Aberration, and Abnormality: Mental Disturbance as a Shift in Frameworks of Relevance”, Human Studies, 2014, 38, pp. 309-330. 

Baudouin Dupret, “Narratives of truth. Documenting the Mind in a Psychiatric Hospital”, Practices of Truth: An Ethnomethodological inquiry into Arab contexts, John Benjamins, 2011, halshs-01573047.

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