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Journal of Legal Anthropology Vol 1 No. 3 (2013) online edition now available on this site.  Please follow the Journal links to access promotional copies.

JLA Issue 3 - 2013

Journal of Legal Anthropology, 2013

 

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Melanie Griffiths, University of Oxford

 

 

Living with uncertainty: indefinite immigration detention           

 

 

Maya Unnithan, University of Sussex

 

 

Thinking through surrogacy legislation in India: reflections on

 

relational consent and the rights of infertile women

 

Nebi Bardhoshi, University of Tirana

    

 

Legal dynamics in a border area: between customary law and

 

state law

 

 

Miia Halme-Tuomisaari, Max Planck Institute for Social

Anthropology,

 

Contested representations: exploring China’s state

report

 

 

JLA FORUM

 

Shannon Speed, University of Texas at Austin

 

 Women’s rights and sovereignty/ autonomy: negotiating gender

 

in indigenous Justice spaces

 

 

Comments:

 

 

María Teresa Sierra, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores

en Antropología Social (ciesas), Mexico  

 

 Lynn Stephen, University of Oregon

 

Jessica Johnson, University of Cambridge 

 

Heike Schaumberg, University of Manchester

 

 

Reply

 

Shannon Speed

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS 

 

Yves Laberge, the Centre Institutionnel de Recherche en Education, 

Environnement, Écocitoyenneté – UQAM, ÉQUIPE FQRSC, Quebec

 

          Hyland, Richard (2009) Gifts: a study in comparative law.

Oxford: Oxford University Press

 

Fiona Wright, University of Cambridge

 

Lori Allen (2013) The rise and fall of human rights: cynicism and

 

politics in occupied Palestine. Stanford: Stanford University Press

 

 Roger Norum, University of Oxford

 

Lucht, Hans (2012) Darkness before daybreak: African migrants living

on the margins in southern Italy today. Berkeley: University of

California Press.

 

 

 

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