Monday, March 27, 2023

LHR 40:4

Law and History Review  40:4 has now been published on Cambridge Core.

Original Articles

The Probate Regime: Enchanted Bureaucracy, Islamic Law, and the Capital of Orphans in Nineteenth-Century Egypt
Adam Mestyan, Rezk Nori

“To Save the Benefit of the Act of Parliamt”: Mapping an Early American Copyright
Nora Slonimsky

Protecting the Colony from its People: Bushranging, Vagrancy, and Social Control in Colonial New South Wales
Meg Foster

Before Equal Protection: The Fall of Cross-Dressing Bans and the Transgender Legal Movement, 1963–86
Kate Redburn

“They Call it Schaec in Flemish”: The Language of Abduction with Marital Intent in the Late Medieval Low Countries
Chanelle Delameillieure

Wool Smuggling and the Royal Government in England, c.1337–63: Law Enforcement and the Moral Economy in the Late Middle Ages
Matt Raven

From Slaves to Índios: Empire, Slavery, and Race (Maranhão, Brazil, c.1740–90)
Alexandre Pelegrino

Forum: Anna Lvovsky's Vice Patrol: Cops, Courts, and the Struggle over Urban Gay Life Before Stonewall

Introduction: Rethinking the Policing of Homosexuality in Modern America
Angela Fernandez, Gautham Rao

Complicating Conformity
Marie-Amélie George

Meet Me in Pervert Park: Epistemology, Positionality, and Praxis in the Queer History of Policing and the Law
Steven Maynard

Into Law's Artifice: Postwar Policing, Sexual Difference, and the Epistemic Gap
Yvonne Pitts

Anna Lvovsky

Review Essay

Seeing Like an Anti-Fraud State
Susanna L. Blumenthal

Book Reviews

Adriana Chira, Patchwork Freedoms: Law, Slavery, and Race Beyond Cuba's Plantations Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022.
Mariana Dias Paes

Sascha Auerbach, Armed with Sword and Scales: Law, Culture, and Local Courtrooms in London, 1860–1913 Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021
Allyson N. May

Michael Lobban, Imperial Incarceration: Detention without Trial in the Making of British Colonial Africa Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2021
Erin Braatz

Lisa Ford, The King's Peace: Law and Order in the British Empire. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2021
Christopher Roberts

Henrietta Harrison, The Perils of Interpreting. The Extraordinary Lives of Two Interpreters between Qing China and the British Empire Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2021
Guido Abbattista


Rebellion, Sovereignty, and Islamic Law in the Ottoman Age of Revolutions
Will Smiley