27 May 2019

JOURNAL: Law and History Review XXXVII (2019), Vol. 2

(Source: Cambridge Core)

The Law and History Review has just published its latest issue.


A Deep History of Chinese Shareholding Madeleine Zelin 325
More than Mothers: Juries of Matrons and Pleas of the Belly in Medieval England Sara M. Butler 353
Sovereignty and Common Law Judicial Office in Taylor’s Case (1675) David Kearns 397
Testimonial Exclusions and Religious Freedom in Early America Jud Campbell 431
The Legislature at War: Bandits, Runaways and the Emergence of a Virginia Doctrine of Separation of Powers Matthew Steilen 493
Illegal Under the Laws of All Nations? The Courts of Haiti and the Suppression of the Atlantic Trade in African Captives Andrew Walker 539
Slavery’s Legalism: Lawyers and the Commercial Routine of Slavery Justin Simard 571
Narratives and Normativity: Totalitarianism and Narrative Change in the European Legal Tradition after World War II Kaius Tuori 605

Book Reviews

Across Oceans of Law: The Komagata Maru and Jurisdiction in Time of Empire — Renisa Mawani reviewed by Debjani Bhattacharyya 639
Seeking Sanctuary: Crime, Mercy, and Politics in English Courts, 1400–1550 — Shannon McSheffrey reviewed by Helen Lacey 642
Law and Order in Anglo-Saxon England— Tom Lambert reviewed by Kristen J. Carella 644
Surviving Slavery in the British Caribbean — Randy M. Browne reviewed by Randy J. Sparks 645
Sovereignty, International Law, and the French Revolution — Edward James Kolla reviewed by Zachary M. Stoltzfus 647
Birthright Citizens: A History of Race and Rights in Antebellum America — Martha S. Jones reviewed by Kunal M. Parker 649
Under the Starry Flag: How a Band of Irish Americans Joined the Fenian Revolt and Sparked a Crisis over Citizenship — Lucy E. Salyer reviewed by Allison Brownell Tirres 651
The Sit-Ins: Protest and Legal Change in the Civil Rights Era — Christopher W. Schmidt reviewed by John A. Kirk 653

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