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04 May 2015

JOURNAL: PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review (May 2015, Volume 38, Issue 1)

VOLUME 38, ISSUE 1

John Conley and Justin B. Richland

"This is our final issue as co-editors. We will be succeeded in the summer by Heath Cabot and Will Garriott. As we leave, we want to emphasize how much we’ve enjoyed editing your journal. We want to express our gratitude to the many people who make PoLAR possible. A few words about the current issue: it features a Symposium organized by Melissa Demian, entitled ‘Internationalizing Custom and Localizing Law.’ As Demian writes in her Introduction, it is ‘an endeavor to re-evaluate and update what may at first blush appear to be a thoroughly old-fashioned or folkloristic set of ideas for anthropologists: the concept of custom, particularly as it is deployed in relation to the concept of law.’ As Demian explains in that Introduction, the articles explore the complexities and ironies suggested by the Symposium title."



SYMPOSIUM ON INTERNATIONALIZING CUSTOM AND LOCALIZING LAW

Melissa Demian

Amy J. Cohen and Ilana Gershon

Larry Nesper

Judith Beyer

Alice Wilson

Melissa Demian

ARTICLES


Riaz Tejani

Jordan Kiper

Jeremy M. Campbell

REVIEW ESSAY


Keith Brown

BOOK REVIEWS

Stephanie C. Kane

Kabir Tambar

Blair Rutherford

Madeleine Reeves

Peter Benson

Greg Beckett

Connie McGuire

Omolade Adunbi

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