December 7, 2012

New Issue of Law and Humanities Is Available

The new issue of Law and Humanities is available.

Law and Humanities
Volume 6. Number 2. 2012

Hart Publishing is very pleased to let you know that the 2nd issue of the 2012 volume of Law and Humanities is now available online.

Please see below for the table of contents, information about online access and details on how to subscribe.


Editorial by Paul Raffield and Gary Watt
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Oaths, Credibility and the Legal Process in Early Modern England: Part One
Barbara J Shapiro

‘Observe how parts with parts unite / In one harmonious rule of right’: William Blackstone’s Verses on the Laws of England
Matthew Mauger

Human Rights and Radical Universalism: Aimé Césaire’s and CLR James’s Representations of the Haitian Revolution
Philip Kaisary

Dickens and the National Interest: On the Representation of Parties in Bleak House
Jan-Melissa Schramm

Truth, Law and Forensic Psychiatry in Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood
Svein Atle Skålevåg

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