Volume VIII

From Here I Saw What Happened and I Cried:

Carrie Mae Weems’ Challenge to the Harvard Archive
Yxta Maya Murray*

 

Toward a Jurisprudence of Law, Peace, Justice, and a Tilt Toward Non-Violent and Empathic Means of Human Problem Solving
Carrie Menkel-Meadow

 

Confronting Criminal Law’s Violence: The Possibilities of Unfinished Alternatives
Allegra M. McLeod

 

High Theory and Low Practice: A Dream and Five Theses on Being a Left Lawyer and Legal Worker
Lee D. Goldstein

 

The Dark Side of Law’s Humanity
JURIDICAL HUMANITY: A COLONIAL HISTORY. By Samera Esmeir.
Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press. 2012. Pp. 363.
Reviewed by Nimer Sultany

 

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