Juris Diversitas is proud to have a book series with Routledge: 

Rooted in comparative law, the Juris Diversitas Series focuses on the interdisciplinary study of legal and normative mixtures and movements. Our interest is in comparison broadly conceived, extending beyond law narrowly understood to related fields. Titles might be geographical or temporal comparisons. They could focus on theory and methodology, substantive law, or legal cultures. They could investigate official or unofficial ‘legalities’, past and present and around the world. And, to effectively cross spatial, temporal, and normative boundaries, inter- and multi-disciplinary research is particularly welcome. 

Since October 2014, the following titles have been published:
  1. Seán Patrick Donlan and Lukas Heckerdon-Ursheler (eds), Concepts of Law: Comparative, Jurisprudential, and Social Science Perspectives 
  2. Sue Farran, Esin Örücü, and Seán Patrick Donlan (eds), A Study of Mixed Legal Systems: Endangered, Entrenched, or Blended
  3. Vernon Palmer, Mohamed Y Mattar, and Anna Koppel (eds), Mixed Legal Systems, East and West
  4. Daniela Berti, Anthony Good, and Gilles Tarabout (eds), Of Doubt and Proof: Ritual and Legal Practices of Judgment
  5. Shauna van Praagh and Helge Deldek (eds), Stateless Law: Evolving Boundaries of a Discipline
  6. Sue Farran, James Gallen, Jennifer Hendry, and Christa Rautenbach (eds), The Diffusion of Law: The Movement of Laws and Norms around the World
  7. Christina Allard, Susann Funderud Skogvang (eds), Indigenous Rights in Scandinavia, Autonomous Sami Law 
  8. Nestor Davidson and Nisha Mistry (eds), Law Between Buildings, Emergent Global Perspectives in Urban Law
  9. Rostam J. Neuwirth, Law in the Time of Oxymora, A Synaesthesia of Language, Logic and Law
  10. Kyriaki Topidi (ed), Normative Pluralism and Human Rights
  11. Nestor M. Davidson, Geeta Tewari (eds), Global Perspectives in Urban Law, The Legal Power of Cities 
  12. Salvatore Mancuso (ed.), The Language of Law and Food: Metaphors of Recipes and Rules (forthcoming, April 2021)
  13. Salvatore Mancuso (ed.), Law and Food: Regulatory Recipes of Culinary Issues (forthcoming, April 2021)
While we publish collections of essays (original, conference-based, Festschriften, etc.), we are also interested in publishing monographs and student texts. 

Contact: Ignazio Castellucci, Book Series EditorUniversity of Teramo (Italy):

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