Journal of legal anthropology, vol. 2, 2018/2

The inaugural issue of the Journal of Legal Anthropology is now online! The journal develops ethnographic and theoretical approaches to a wide range of issues that reveal the significance and presence of legal phenomena in everyday life.

Access to all back issues (Volume 1) is available on the journal page!

Volume 2, Issue 1

Bringing into View: Knowledge Fields and Sociolegal Phenomena
Narmala Halstead

From Hope to §3-1: Legal Selves and Imaginaries in the Wake of Substance Treatment Reform in Norway
Aleksandra Bartoszko

Life at a Tangent to Law: Regulations, ‘Mistakes’ and Personhood amongst Kigali’s Motari
Will Rollason

Cutting the Face: Kinship, State and Social Media Conflict in Networked Jordan
Geoffrey Fitzgibbon Hughes

Sentimentalising Persons and Things: Creating Normative Arrangements of Bodies through Courtroom Talk
Jonas Bens

Cosmopolitan Politesse: Goodness, Justice, Civil Society
Nigel Rapport

Reflections on Cosmopolitan Politesse with Perspectives from Papua New Guinea
Eric Hirsch

Justice, Loyalty and Cosmopolitan Politesse in Mauritius
Thomas Hylland Eriksen

Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: A Response to Nigel Rapport’s ‘Cosmopolitan Politesse’
Marilyn Strathern

Being Inside and Outside Social Relations
Nigel Rapport

Review Article
Love is Love: The Recent Jason Jones Judgement in Trinidad and Tobago
Dylan Kerrigan

Book Reviews
Michael Connors Jackman and Adeel Khan

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