July 2, 2012

June Issue of Law, Culture, and the Humanities

The June 2012 issue of Law, Culture, and the Humanities, "Heeding the Call of Justice: Humanistic Perspectives on Contemporary Affairs," includes

Robin Wagner-Pacifici, Occupy Wall Street: The Return of the Repressed

Susanna Lee, Revisiting the Parent-Child Analogy: Implications for Law and Judgment

George Pavlich, Legal Judgment and Cape Colonial Law

Gavin Byrne, Authenticity as a Justification for Precedent

Dawn Watkins, Alexander Pope and the Rape of the Lock--Conciliation or Judgment?

Lori G. Beaman, Is Religious Freedom Impossible in Canada?

Ivan Crozier and Gethin Rees, Making a Space For Medical Expertise: Medical Knowledge of Sexual Assault and the Construction of Boundaries Between Forensic Medicine and the Law in Late Nineteenth-Century England

Mark E. Button, "Hubris Breeds the Tyrant": The Anti-Politics of Hubris from Thebes to Abu Ghraib

Joan Kee, Connisseurship and Its Potential in Matters of Copyright

Leticia Barrera, Relocalizing the Judicial Space: Place, Access, and Mobilization in Judicial Practice in Post-Crisis Argentina

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