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Τρίτη, 22 Αυγούστου 2017

Comparative Law and Anthropology


Θα κυκλοφορήσει τον Νοέμβριο 2017




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Contents:

PART I PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
1. Law and Anthropology: Research Traditions
Sally Falk Moore

2. Whose Comparative Law? A Global Perspective
Laura Nader

PART II COMPLEXITY, LEGAL PLURALISM AND TOTALITY OF LEGAL IDEAS
3. Anthropology on Trial: the Hindmarsh Island Bridge Controversy (1993-2001)
P. G. McHugh

4. First Nation Control over Archaeological Sites: Contemporary Issues in Heritage Law, Policy and Practice
Catherine Bell 

5. The Hybridity of Law in Namibia and the Role of Community Law in the Southern African Development Community (SADC)
Oliver C. Ruppel and Katharina Ruppel-Schlichting 

6. Legal Pluralism – Linking Law and Culture in National Resource Co-Management and Environmental Compliance
Anastasia Telesetsky

PART III LEGAL SCHEMES OF MEANING AND SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE OF LAW
7. Governance Disputes Involving First Nations in Canada: Culture, Custom and Dispute Resolution Outside of the Indian Act
William B. Shipley

8. Anthropology in International Law: the Case of Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage
Janet Blake

9. Cultural Landscapes Significant to Indigenous Peoples
James A. R. Nafziger

PART IV COSMOPOLITAN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES 
10. Narrative of Laws, Narratives of Peoples
Elina N. Moustaira

11. Images of Muhammad: Religious Law and Freedom of Expression
Richard Francaviglia

PART V HISTORICAL ORIENTATION
12. Law, Society and Landscape in early Scandinavia
Stefan Brink

13. Transgenic Maize: The Mexican Cultural Battle
Jorge Sanchez Cordero

14. A Trinity of Culture, Law and Politics: Legal Anthropology of the Bonded Labor System in Nepal
Upendra D. Acharya

PART VI CONTEXTUAL DIFFERENCES
15. Global Law Firms in Real-World Contexts: Practical Limitations and Ethical Implications
Eve Darian-Smith

16. An Historical, Cultural and Political Perspective of Corruption in the Balkans
Novacovic

PART VII IN-DEPTH FIELD RESEARCH
17. The Anthropologist as Expert Witness: A Personal Account
Richard Price

18. Intellectual Property Law in Comparative Perspective: The Case of Trademark ‘Piracy’ in Guatemala
Kedron Thomas

19. The Voice of the Stranger: Foreign L.L.M. Students’ Experiences of Culture, Law and Pedagogy in US Law Schools
Mindie Lazarus-Black

PART VIII RELATIONSHIP WITH LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL TRADITIONS AND ITS THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL CONCERNS
20. Distance in Law and Globalisation: Armchair Anthropology Revisited
Riaz Tejani

Index




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