Head of Institute, professor of Iran and comparative law - Pazmany Peter Catholic University, Budapest.
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Université et pays de rattachement
Pazmany Peter Catholic University - Hungary
Fonction actuelle
  • Head of Institute
Titres académiques
  • PhD
Domaines d’enseignement
  • Islamic culture and law
  • Iran (history, culture, religions)
  • Comparative law
  • Zoroastrianism
Domaine de recherche
  • Law
  • Religious studies
Thématique de recherche
  • Religious legal systems
  • Comparative law
  • Asian law
Publications / contributions
  • Jany János: Judging in the Islamic, Jewish and Zoroastrian Legal Traditions. A Comparison of Theory and Practice. Cultural Diversity and Law Series. Ashgate, 2012, GB. Pp. 231.
  • Jany János: The Four Sources of Law in Zoroastrian and Islamic Jurisprudence. Islamic Law and Society 12.3 (2005. nov.), 291-332. Brill Academic Publishers: Leiden. The article is on Jstore:
  • Jany János: Criminal Justice in Sasanian Persia. Iranica Antiqua vol. XLII (2007), 347-386.
  • Jany János: The Jurisprudence of the Sasanian Sages. Journal Asiatique, 294.2. (2006/2), 291-323.
  • Jany János: Legal Education in Islamic, Jewish, and Zoroastrian Law. Crossing Legal Cultures (ed. Varela-Kedar), 2008. 89-104.
  • Jany János: Persian Influence on the Islamic Office of qadi al-qudat: a reconsideration. Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam 34 (2008), 149-168.
  • Jany János: Legal Status of Slaves in Sasanian and Talmudic Law. With Wisdom as a Robe. Qumran and Other Jewish Studies in Honour of Ida Fröhlich (ed. K. Dobos, M. Kőszeghy), 470-485, 2009.
  • Jany János: Private Litigation in Sasanian Persia. Iranica Antiqua vol. XLV (2010), 395-418.
  • Jany János: Criminal Procedures Against Iranian Christians in Late Antiquity. Institutions of Legal History with Special Regard to Legal Culture and History (ed. Béli-Duchonová-Fundárková-Kajtár-Peres), 2011, 205-213.
  • Jany János: Sasanian Law. E-Sasanika 14 (2011), pp. 35.
  • Jany János: The Origins of the Kalilah wa Dimnah. Reconsideration in the Light of Sasanian Legal History. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, Vol. 22, Issue 3-4, 2012, pp. 505-518.
  • Jany János: Legal Pluralism in Islamic and Jewish Law during their Formative and Classical Period. Theatrum legale mundi (ed. Cserne et. al.), 2007, 221-243.
  • Judging in the Islamic, Jewish and Zoroastrian Legal Traditions: A Comparison of Theory and Practice., Ashgate, 2012, 242, p.