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Barzilai ( ed.) Law and Religion [Ashgate,
2007] [528 pp.] is a new edited volume just published in the International
Library of Essays in Law and Society [Series editor is Austin Sarat].
The volume contains a comparative and theoretical introduction and nineteen
classic articles, published by prominent scholars who articulate diversity
of voices. Hence, the volume should enable us to better comprehend law
in religion, religion in law, and human rights. The volume offers comparative,
international, transnational, and intergenerational perspectives of law
and religion in diversity of religions including Christianity, Buddhism,
Islam, and Judaism in the context of political power.
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Table of Contents
- “Merits or Networking?
On the Legal Logic and the Struggels against Corruption.” In Daphne
Barak-Eerez, Mordechai Kremnitzer, and Doron Nevot (eds), Law and
Conflicts of Interests (2008). [Hebrew]
- “The Ambivalent
Voice of Lawyers as Political Actors: Between Liberal Politics, Liberal
Economics, and Dissent.” In Malcolm Feeley, Terry Halliday, and
Lucien Karpik (eds.) Political Lawyering, Judiciaries, and Political
Liberalism. (Hart Publications, 2007).
- “Cultural Identities.”
David S. Clark (ed.) Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and
Global Perspectives (Sage Publications, 2007). Forthcoming.
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- “Obedience.” David S. Clark
(ed.) Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives
(Sage Publications, 2007). Forthcoming. Link
- “The Need for Political
Research of Law and Local-Global Religions.” In Gad Barzilai (ed.)
Law and Religion (Ashgate, 2007) pp. 11-27. (see above)
- on “Global Liberalism, Local Populism” Perspective on Politics (2008)
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