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30 March 2016

JOURNAL: The American Journal of Legal History LVI (2016), No. 1 (Mar)



The American Journal of Legal History published its first issue in the new edition under A. L. Brophy and S. Vogenauer, a special issue on the "Future of Legal History".

Update 31/03/2016: all articles are available in open access and can be downloaded for personal use.

Table of contents:
"Introducing the Future of Legal History: On Re-launching the American Journal of Legal History" (Alfred L. Brophy & S. Vogenauer)
"The Future of Legal History: Roman Law"
(Ulrike Babusiaux)
"The Future of the History of Medieval Trade Law"
(Albrecht Cordes)
"Constitutional Meaning and Semantic Instability: Federalists and Anti-Federalists on the Nature of Constitutional Language"
(Saul Cornell)
"A Context for Legal History, or, This is not your Father’s Contextualism"
(Justin Desautels-Stein)
"If the Present were the Past"
(Matthew Dyson)
"For a Renewed History of Lawyers"
(Jean-Louis Halperin)
"Is it Time for Non-Euro-American Legal History?"
(Ron Harris)
"A Comparative History of Insurance Law in Europe"
(Philip Hellwege)
"Legal History as Political Thought"
(Roman J. Hoyos)
"Constitution-making in the Shadow of Empire"
(Daniel J. Hulsebosch)
"First the Streets, Then the Archives"
(Martha S. Jones)
"The Constitution and Business Regulation in the Progressive Era: Recent Developments and New Opportunities"
(Paul Kens)
"Expanding Histories of International Law"
(Martti Koskenniemi)
"Sir Ivor Jennings’ ‘The Conversion of History into Law’"
(H. Kumarasingham)
"Federalism Anew"
(Sara Mayeux & Karen Tani)
"Law, Culture, and History: The State of the Field at the Intersections"
(Patricia Hagler Minter)
"The Future of Digital Legal History: No Magic, No Silver Bullets"
(Eric C. Nystrom & David  S. Tanenhaus)
"Writing Legal History Then and Now: A Brief Reflection"
(Kunal M. Parker)
"Beyond Backlash: Conservatism and the Civil Rights Movement"
(Christopher W. Schmidt)
"Beyond Methodological Eurocentricism: Comparing the Chinese and European Legal Traditions"
(Taisu Zhang)
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