This chapter identifies some recent trends in historiography generally, and in the study of intellectual history. The chapter discusses the relevance of these trends to the study of the intellectual history of law, referring to relevant legal history works reflecting these trends, noting existing lacunas, and proposing future directions of development of the study of the intellectual history of law.
Wednesday, June 21, 2017
Likhovski on the Intellectual History of Law
Assaf Likhovski, Tel Aviv University School of Law, has posted The Intellectual History of Law, which is forthcoming in The Oxford Handbook of Historical Legal Research, ed. Markus Dubber and Christopher Tomlins: