June 1, 2012

Law and Humanities, Summer 2012 Issue, Just Published

The Summer issue of Law and Humanities (just published) includes the following:

Editorial by Paul Raffield and Gary Watt

free to view – please click on the link below:



Between the Nihilism of the Young and the Positivism of the Old: Justice and the Novel in DH Lawrence

Desmond Manderson

Screening the Law in China: Law, Image and Evidence in Three Documentaries on HIV/AIDS Cases by Ai Xiaoming

Marco Wan

Carry On Up the Aisle!

Rebecca Probert

Edmund Spenser and Chancery in 1597

Andrew Hadfield and Simon Healy

Wittgenstein’s Tractatus and the Law

Ben Herzberger

Comics, Law, and Aesthetics: Towards the Use of Graphic Fiction in Legal Studies

Thomas Giddens

Continuing Professional Education in Legal Ethics through Literature: An Example Using Dickens’s Bleak House

Kieran Dolin


Christine L Krueger, Reading for the Law: British Literary History and Gender Advocacy

Austin Sarat, Cathrine Frank and Matthew Anderson (eds), Teaching Law and Literature

Audun Kjus, Stories at Trial


To access this issue online, read the abstracts and purchase individual papers please click here:


Information furnished by Jo Ledger, Hart Publishing

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