Monday, May 14, 2018

LHR 36:2

Law and History Review 36:2 is out.  After a preface by editor Gautham Rao and with book reviews by Paul J. du Plessis, Taisu Zhang, Malick W. Ghachem, Chandra Murdoch, and Asa McKercher, the issue consists of the following:

Heart of Ice: Indigenous Defendants and Colonial Law in the Canadian North-West, by Catherine L. Evans

Peripheral Vision: Polish-Jewish Lawyers and Early Israeli Law, by Assaf Likhovski

The Prosecution of Rape in Wartime: Evidence from the Mau Mau Rebellion, Kenya 1952–60, by David M. Anderson and Julianne Weis

Revocation of Citizenship and Rule of Law: How Judicial Review Defeated Britain's First Denaturalization Regime, by Patrick Weil and Nicholas Handler

Colonial Charters: Possessory or Regulatory? by James Muldoon

The Law of Negligence as Reported in in The Times, 1785–1820, by James Oldham

Review Essay: Taming the Past: Essays on Law in History and History in Law, by David M. Rabban

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