(2015) 2:1 Critical Analysis of Law, an International & Interdisciplinary Law Review, is out.
Its theme is
New Historical Jurisprudence & Historical Analysis of Law
The New Historical Jurisprudence issue highlights and encourages a trend in recent legal scholarship, or rather scholarship on law, that--like the original historical jurisprudence--pursues a historical analysis of law, as a form of critical analysis of law, rather than legal history, as applied historiography. Generated by theorists with a historical sensibility, and historians with theoretical curiosity, this emerging body of work exploits and challenges the intersection of history and jurisprudence in innovative and exciting ways.
Markus D. Dubber
Aaron T. Knapp
Peter L. Lindseth
“Society Owes Them Much”: Veteran Defendants and Criminal Responsibility in Australia in the Twentieth Century
“Comparing” Jewish and Islamic Legal Traditions: Between Disciplinarity and Critical Historical Jurisprudence
Galia Schneebaum, Shai J. Lavi
Robert J. Steinfeld