The Law and Humanities blog reports a new issue of the journal Law and Humanities (Hart Publishing).
- "Imago, the X-Ray and the Evidential Image" (Piyel Haldar)
- "The Deception of Cadence: Toward a Dissonant Law" (Paola Mittica)
- "Representations of Governance in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Europe: The Iconography and Dramatic Presentation of the Sovereign Ruler" (Christopher Harding & Nicola Harding)
- "Killing the Queen: ‘It lawfully maie be done" (Dominique Goy-Blanquet)
- "Literature in Law: Exceptio Artis and the Emergence of Literary Fields" (Ralf Grüttemeier & Ted Laros)
- "Pigoons, Rakunks and Crakers: Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake and Genetically Engineered Animals in a (Latourian) Hybrid World" (Jay Sanderson)