The latest issue of Comparative Legal History (CLH), the official publication of the European Society for Comparative Legal History (ESCLH), has been published by the forward-thinking, helpful folks at Hart Publishing.
In addition to book reviews, the issue includes the following articles:
- Mediating Foreign Norms and Local Imperatives: Intellectual Property 'Law' between the East and the West, from Imperial China to 'Modern' Times - Hinchliffe, Sarah A
- Producing 'Lack as Tradition': A Feminist Critique of Legal Orientalism in Colonial Taiwan - Chen, Chao-ju
- The Kandyan Convention 1815: Consolidating the British Empire in Colonial Ceylon - Godden, Lee; Casinader, Niranjan
- 'Not a Question of Theology'? Religions, Religious Institutions, and the Courts in India - Heehs, Peter
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- Seán Patrick Donlan, Editor