Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Theorizing Contemporary Legal Thought

Just out in Law and Contemporary Problems is the symposium Theorizing Contemporary Legal Thought, which is guest edited by Justin Desautels-Stein, University of Colorado Law School, and Duncan Kennedy, Harvard Law School.  It includes much of interest to legal historians.

Foreword
Justin Desautels-Stein & Duncan Kennedy   

The Presence and Absence of Legal Mind: A Comment on Duncan Kennedy’s Three Globalizations
Christopher Tomlins

Three Globalizations: An Essay in Inquiry
John Henry Schlegel

Structuralist Legal Histories
Justin Desautels-Stein

The Organizational Premises of Administrative Law
William H. Simon

The Law and Political Economy of Contemporary Food: Some Reflections on the Local and the Small
Amy J. Cohen

From Comparison to Collaboration: Experiments with a New Scholarly and Political Form
Annelise Riles

How To Do Things With Hohfeld
Pierre Schlag

The Great Alliance: History, Reason, and Will in Modern Law
Paulo Barrozo

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