Thursday, April 4, 2019

A Symposium on "Law's Intellectual History"

64: 1, a symposium issue of the Buffalo Law Review entitled Opportunities for Law's Intellectual History, is now available.  Here’s the TOC:

Introduction: Opportunities for Law's Intellectual History
Mark Fenster and John Henry Schlegel

A Bridge Between: Law and the New Intellectual Histories of Capitalism
Ajay K. Mehrotra

Capitalism and Risk: Concepts, Consequences, and Ideologies
Edward A. Purcell Jr.

Organic Poise: Capitalism as Law
Christopher Tomlins

Causation, Legal History, and Legal Doctrine
Charles Barzun

Mr. Peabody's Improbable Legal Intellectual History
Mark Fenster

Writing the Social History of Legal Doctrine
Cynthia Nicoletti

On Absences as Material for Intellectual Historical Study
John Henry Schlegel

Humbug: Toward a Legal History
Susanna Blumenthal

Textiles: Popular Culture and the Law
Laura F. Edwards

Some Final Observations on Legal Intellectual History
Robert W. Gordon

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