REVIEW : The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law, VOL. 50, 2018

Introduction
Ethnographic legal studies: reconnecting anthropological and sociological traditionsJonas Bens & Larissa Vetters
Legal pluralism, social theory, and the state
Keebet von Benda-Beckmann & Bertram Turner
Commentary: from the state law monopoly to the social theory of collectivities
Jan-Christoph Marschelke

Seeking justice, experiencing the state: criminal justice and real legal uncertainty in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Carolien Jacobs
Commentary : Expecting justice: struggling with the indeterminate between ideals and practices
Heike Drotbohm & Eva Riedke
Article : Contested constructions of trust in the juridical system of Argentin
Ingo Rohrer
Article commentary : Commentary: Performances of state criticism from the inside. Thoughts on “Contested constructions of trust in the juridical system of Argentina”
Thomas G. Kirsch

Article : States of uncertainty: plural laws and affective governance in the context of assisted suicide in Germany
Marcos Freire de Andrade Neves
Article commentary : Commentary: Toward a trans-sequential analysis of plural legal orders: some thoughts on “states of uncertainty”
Thomas Scheffer
Article : The courtroom as an affective arrangement: analysing atmospheres in courtroom ethnography
Jonas Bens
Article commentary : Affect in the courtroom: beyond language and performance
Deniz Yonucu
Article : Humanitarians in court: how duty of care travelled from human resources to legal liability
Kristin Bergtora Sandvik
Article commentary :The morals of liability: some thoughts on “Humanitarians in court”
Julia Eckert


Article : Regulatory capture? Fiscal anthropological insights into the heart of contemporary statehood
Johanna Mugler
Article commentary : Commentary: ethnography, critique and the state. Some thoughts on “fiscal anthropological insights into the heart of contemporary statehood”1
Thomas Bierschenk


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