The Expanding Spaces of Law: a Timely Legal Geography
The Expanding Spaces of Law presents readers with cutting-edge scholarship in legal geography. An invaluable resource for those new to this line of scholarship, the book also pushes the boundaries of legal geography, reinvigorating previous modes of inquiry and investigating new directions. It guides scholars interested in the law–space–power nexus to underexplored empirical sites and to novel theoretical and disciplinary resources. Finally, The Expanding Spaces of Law asks readers to think about the temporality and dynamism of legal spaces.
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Irus Braverman, Nicholas Blomley, David Delaney & Alexandre Kedar, eds., The Expanding Spaces of Law: a Timely Legal Geography (Stanford University Press 2014).