28 October 2013

JOURNAL: (2013) 7 Law and Humanities

(2013) 7 Law and Humanities is available. It includes:

  • Piyel Haldar, ‘Forensic Representations of Identity: The Imago, the X-Ray and the Evidential Image’
  • M Paola Mittica, ‘The Deception of Cadence: Toward a Dissonant Law’
  • Christopher Harding and Nicola Harding, ‘Representations of Governance in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Europe: The Iconography and Dramatic Presentation of the Sovereign Ruler’
  • Dominique Goy-Blanquet, ‘Killing the Queen: ‘It lawfully maie be done’
  • Ralf Grüttemeier and Ted Laros, ‘Literature in Law: Exceptio Artis and the Emergence of Literary Fields’
  • Jay Sanderson, ‘Pigoons, Rakunks and Crakers: Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake and Genetically Engineered Animals in a (Latourian) Hybrid World’

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