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25 June 2013
REMINDER: The first issue of the ESCLH Journal, "Comparative Legal History" is now available!
Full access is limited to subscribers but you can read the preface here.
The Challenges of Comparative Legal History
American Responses to German Legal Scholarship: From the Civil War to World War I
David M Rabban
The Political Offence and the Safeguarding of the Nation State: Constitutional Ideals, French Legal Standards and Belgian Legal Practice (1830-1870)
Sex, Crime and the Law: Russian and European Early Modern Legal Thought on Sex Crimes
Comparative and Economic Approaches to Law: A Tale of Wilful Misunderstanding?
Manlio Bellomo, Inediti della giurisprudenza medievale
Reviewed by Emanuele Conte
Alejandro Guzmán-Brito, Codificación del Derecho Civil e Interpretación de las Leyes: Las normas sobre interpretación de las leyes en los principales Códigos civiles europeo-occidentales y americanos emitidos hasta fines del siglo XIX
Reviewed by MC Mirow
Turan Kayaoglu, Legal Imperialism: Sovereignty and Extraterritoriality in Japan, the Ottoman Empire and China
Reviewed by Zülâl Muslu
Mia Korpiola (ed), Regional Variations in Matrimonial Law and Custom in Europe, 1150-1600
Reviewed by Richard Mc Mahon
MC Mirow, Florida's First Constitution, the Constitution of Cádiz: Introduction, Translation, and Text
Reviewed by Peter L Reich
Anthony Musson and Chantal Stebbings (eds), Making Legal History: Approaches and Methodologies