March 21, 2016

The New Ancient Legal History: A Special Issue of Critical Analysis of Law

Now available: Volume 3, number 1, a special issue of Critical Analysis of Law, focusing on the New Ancient Legal History. Clifford Ando is the guest editor. Below is the table of contents. The publisher has provided PDFs of all articles and book reviews.

The Varieties of Ancient Legal History Today, Clifford Ando

When Law Goes off the Rails: or, Aggadah Among the iurisprudentes, Ari Z. Bryen

Means and End(ing)s: Nomos Versus Narrative in Early Rabbinic Exegesis, Natalie B. Dohrmann

Law, Empire, and the Making of Roman Estates in the Provinces During the Late Republic, Lisa Pilar Eberle

Calculating Crime and Punishment: Unofficial Law Enforcement, Quantification, and Legitimacy in Early Imperial China, Maxim Korolkov

The State of Blame: Politics, Competition, and the Courts in Democratic Athens, Susan Lape

Jewish Law and Litigation in the Secular Courts of the Late Medieval Mediterranean, Rena N. Lauer

The Servitude of the Flesh from the Twelfth to the Fourteenth Century Marta Madero

Consent in Roman Choice of Law William P. Sullivan

Book Forum: Anna Su, Exporting Freedom: Religious Liberty and American Power (2016)

Exceptional and Universal? Religious Freedom in American International Law Peter G. Danchin

Religious Liberty and American Power Saba Mahmood

America, Christianity, and Beyond Samuel Moyn

Saving Faith Anna Su

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