22 January 2021

JOURNAL: Law and History Review (Vol. 38, Issue 4)


(Source: CUP)

The Law and History Review has recently published its latest issue for 2020. Here the table of contents:


The Limits of the Law in Claiming Rights to Land in a Settler Colony: South Australia in the Early-to-Mid Nineteenth Century

Bain Attwood 631

“The Citizen Complains”: Federal Compensation for Property Lost in the War of 1812

Craig B. Hollander 659

The Strange Career of Gross Indecency: Race, Sex, and Law in Colonial Singapore

J. Y. Chua 699

Speaking the Unspeakable: Buggery, Law, and Community Surveillance in New South Wales, 1788–1838

Luke Taylor 737

“The Work of Some Irresponsible Women”: Jurors, Ghosts, and Embracery in the Irish Free State

Mark Coen 777

Trial without Jury in Guam, USA

Katherine Unterman 811

“South Africa is the Mississippi of the world”: Anti-Apartheid Activism through Domestic Civil Rights Law

Joanna L. Grisinger 843

Racializing Mercy: Capital Punishment and Race in TwentiethCentury England and Wales

Lizzie Seal and Alexa Neale 883

Book Reviews

The Profession of Ecclesiastical Lawyers—Richard H. Helmholz

reviewed by Sarah B. White 911

Law and the Imagination in Medieval Wales—Robin Chapman Stacey

reviewed by Gwen Seabourne 913

Juries in Ireland: Laypersons and Law in the Long Nineteenth Century—Niamh Howlin

reviewed by The Hon. Mr. Justice John MacMenamin 914

Frontiers of Citizenship: A Black and Indigenous History of Postcolonial Brazil—Yuko Miki

reviewed by Jean Hébrard 917

Afghanistan Rising: Islamic Law and Statecraft between the Ottoman and British Empires—Faiz Ahmed

reviewed by Amir A. Toft 919

Liberalism as Utopia: The Rise and Fall of Legal Rule in Post-Colonial Mexico, 1820-1900—Timo Schaefer

reviewed by Reuben Zahler 922

Copyrighting God: Ownership of the Sacred in American Religion—Andrew Ventimiglia

reviewed by Robert Spoo 924

La historia de los derrotados: americanización y romanticismo en Puerto Rico, 1898–1917—Rubén Nazario Velasco

reviewed by Sam Erman 926

One Hundred Years of Struggle: The History of Women and the Vote in Canada—Joan Sangster

reviewed by Lyndsay Campbell 928


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