May 19, 2005
International Journal of Law in Context
Source: Cambridge University Press
Building on the successful book series Law in Context, Cambridge University Press announces the publication of a new journal, International Journal of Law in Context (print ISSN 1744-5523, E-ISSN 1744-5531).
International Journal of Law in Context is a forum for interdisciplinary legal studies and offers intellectual space for ground-breaking research. It publishes contextual work about law and its relationship with other disciplines, including but not limited to science, literature, humanities, philosophy, sociology, psychology, ethics, history, and geography. The aim of the journal is to explore and expand the boundaries of law and legal studies. To that end, it includes original research articles, review articles, and book reviews.
Table of Contents
Have concepts, will travel: analytical jurisprudence in a global context, by William Twining
Friends in high places: Amity and agreement in Alsatia, by Peter Goodrich
What Makes Modernity Late?, by Steven L. Winter
Fathering practices in twenty-six intact families and the implications for child contact, by Jane Lewis and Elaine Welsh
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