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'New Critical Legal Thinking' articulates a newly-emergent stream of politically engaged contemporary critical legal scholarship. Combining grand theory with a concern for grounded political interventions, the various contributors to this book draw on established theorists to understand contemporary legal matters.
"New critical legal thinking: law and the political is published by Birkbeck Law Press. It is not a GlassHouse Book, as currently indicated on the cover and in the book's prelminary pages. Routledge sincerely apologises for this error, which will be corrected in future editions"--Erratum.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-255) and index.
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Human rights : confronting governments? / Jessica Whyte Stasis syntagma : the names and types of resistance / Costas Douzinas A different constituent power : Agamben & Tunisia / Illan Rua Wall Para-protest : reading a parody of police gesture as political protest with Giorgio Agamben / Connal Parsley The distribution of death : notes towards a bio-political theory of criminal law / Ben Golder Disassembling legal form : ownership and the racial body / Brenna Bhandar Being, nothing, becoming : Hegel and the legal order / Tarik Kochi Critical legal thought in public international law / Jason A. Beckett Economy or law? / Vincent Keter Before the law, encounters at the borderline / Elena Loizidou Life beyond law : questioning a return to origins / Matthew Stone Notes for a novella of the future / Oscar Guardiola-Rivera Towards a radical cosmopolitanism / Gilbert Leung.
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Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : [Birkbeck Law Press], 2012.