The power of law in a transnational world : anthropological enquiries
The power of law in a transnational world : anthropological enquiries / edited by Franz von Benda-Beckmann, Keebet von Benda-Beckmann and Anne Griffiths.
|Other authors:||Benda-Beckmann, Franz von.Benda-Beckmann, Keebet von.Griffiths, Anne M. O.|
Table of Contents:
- The military order of 13 November 2001 : an ethnographic reading / Carol J. Greenhouse
- Law and the frontiers of illegalities / Laura Nader
- Selective scrutiny : supranational engagement with minority protection and rights in Europe / Jane K. Cowan
- The globalization of fatwas amidst the terror wars against pluralism / Upendra Baxi
- Human rights, cultural relativism and legal pluralism : towards a two-dimensional debate / Franz von Benda-Beckmann
- Learning communities and legal spaces : community-based fisheries management in a globalizing world / Melanie G. Wiber and John F. Kearney
- Project law : a power instrument of development agencies : a case study from Burundi / Markus Weilenmann
- Half-told truths and partial silence : managing communication in Scottish children's hearings / Anne Griffiths and Randy F. Kandel
- Keeping the stream of justice clear and pure : the Buddhicization of Bhutanese law / Richard W. Whitecross
- Balancing Islam, Adat and the state : comparing Islamic and civil courts in Indonesia / Keebet von Benda-Beckmann
- Kings, monks, bureaucrats and the police : Tibetan responses to law and authority / Fernanda Pirie.