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7 edition of Anthropology & Law found in the catalog.

Anthropology & Law

by James M. Donovan

  • 172 Want to read
  • 35 Currently reading

Published by Berghahn Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Jurisprudence & General Issues,
  • Law and anthropology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8732363M
    ISBN 10157181423X
    ISBN 109781571814234

    Books shelved as forensic-anthropology: Dead Men Do Tell Tales: The Strange and Fascinating Cases of a Forensic Anthropologist by William R. Maples, Déjà. Joining Anthropology and Law Enforcement SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND POLICE ETHNOGRAPHY The other area in which the techniques of the social anthropologist can be of service to law enforcement is the ethnographic study of the police themselves. Although the book is not about the police, it is one of the first ethnographic descriptions of police Cited by: 1.

    Anthropology on the Academic Oxford University Press website. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. “Law and Anthropology: A Reader has been assembled with consummate intelligence and a magisterial knowledge of legal anthropology by one of its most respected scholars, Sally Falk Moore. It brings together some of the most influential, most challenging, most insightful texts in a field that, for good historical reasons, is undergoing a.

    Assistant Professor, Anthropology [email protected] Office Information: B West Hall, S. University Ave, Ann Arbor, MI phone: hours: Monday and Wednesday: pm (Winter ). Sociocultural ; Anthropology. The network for the anthropology of labor aims to bring together people interested in various topics, ranging from macroscopic interests in political and economic processes, over theoretical efforts at reconceptualising productive and reproductive work and its value(s) for social life, to more microscopic processes surrounding everyday work experience.


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Questions about the nature of law, its relationship with custom, and the distinctive form of legal rules, categories, and reasoning, are placed at the centre of this book.

The book considers contemporary debates on human rights and new forms of property, and also delves into the rich corpus of texts and codes studied by legal historians, classicists, and orientalist : Fernanda Pirie.

The relationship between Law and Anthropology can be considered as having been particularly intimate. In this book the authors defend their assertion that the two fields co-exist in a condition of "balanced reciprocity" wherein each makes important contributions to Cited by: In Law and Anthropology: A Reader, Sally Falk Moore has created a collection that breaks down disciplinary fences.

The Reader brings together historical classics of political thought and examples of contemporary work from social scientists and lawyers. In presenting this varied range of material, Moore offers a remarkable overview of the field /5(2).

This Reader offers a remarkable overview of the field of law and anthropology: its development, present, and potential future courses. Edited by Anthropology & Law book preeminent anthropologist, lawyer, and pioneer in the study of law & anthropology.

Brings together classics of political thought and key contemporary work from social scientists and lawyers/5. book on anthropology and law based on the ethnographic p rinciples of native languag e competence, immersion o ver time, and participant- observation— was published in, based on Malinowski’ s Author: Mark Goodale.

Book description: The relationship between Law and Anthropology can be considered as having been particularly intimate. In this book the authors defend their assertion that the two fields co-exist in a condition ofPages: Riles, A., ‘ Representing In-Between: Law, Anthropology, and the Rhetoric of Interdisciplinarity ’ () 3 University of Illinois Law Review – Riles, A., The Network Inside Out (Ann Arbor, ).

"The relationship between law and anthropology can be considered as having been particularly intimate. In this book the authors defend their assertion that the two fields co-exist in a condition of 'balanced reciprocity' wherein each makes important contributions to the successful practice and theory of the other.

The book’s chapters cover a range of intersecting areas including language and law, history, regulation, indigenous rights, and gender. For a complete understanding of the consequential ways in which anthropologists have studied, interacted with, and critiqued, the ways and means of law, Anthropology and Law is required by: 4.

Laura Nader, an instrumental figure in the development of the field of legal anthropology, investigates an issue of vital importance for our time: the role of the law in the struggle for social and economic justice.

In this book she gives an overview of the history of legal anthropology and at the same time urges anthropologists, lawyers, and activists to recognize the centrality of law in. This account of the anthropology of law is remarkable in its command of the Anglo-American and Continental literatures in this field; and it is timely in addressing contemporary issues.

Two central projects are carried through in succesive parts of the book. In the first, the author outlines the history of the "anthropology of law,"; drawing on the intellectual context of legal development.

The relationship between Law and Anthropology can be considered as having been particularly intimate. In this book the authors defend their assertion that the two fields co-exist in a condition of "balanced reciprocity" wherein each makes important contributions to the successful practice and theory of the other.

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The relationship between Law and Anthropology can be considered as having been particularly intimate. In this book the authors defend their assertion that the two fields co-exist in a condition of "balanced reciprocity" wherein each makes important contributions to.

She joined the Berkeley Anthropology Department in with a specialty in the anthropology of law, which she then helped to develop. She organized the first major conference on law and anthropology, which resulted in a book that helped define this emerging subfield of legal anthropology.

The Anthropology of Islamic Law wastes a good title in pursuit of a disorganized, Islamist disinformation effort riddled with inaccuracies, falsehoods, and omissions. Cynthia Farahat, a Middle East Forum Writing Fellow and columnist for al-Maqal and al-Dustur newspapers, is currently at work on a book about the Muslim : Cynthia Farahat.

Anthropology and Law in the 19th Century 3. The Early Twentieth Century: The First Ethnographers 4. The Case Method Approach in the Anthropology of Law 5. Legal Reasoning and Interpretation 6. Law and Process 7.

Language, Power, and Legal Discourse 8. Law and colonialism 9. Law beyond Borders: International Law and Transnational Developments   The book’s chapters cover a range of intersecting areas including language and law, history, regulation, indigenous rights, and gender.

For a complete understanding of the consequential ways in which anthropologists have studied, interacted with, and critiqued, the ways and means of law, Anthropology and Law is required : Mark Goodale.

Sir Edward Burnett Tylor (2 October – 2 January ) was an English anthropologist, the founder of cultural anthropology. Tylor's ideas typify 19th-century cultural his works Primitive Culture () and Anthropology (), he defined the context of the scientific study of anthropology, based on the evolutionary theories of Charles : Anthropology.

Get this from a library! The anthropology of law. [Fernanda Pirie] -- "Questions about the nature of law, its relationship with custom, and the form of legal rules, categories and claims, are placed at the centre of this challenging, yet accessible, introduction.

Fernanda Pirie's The Anthropology of Law is an exciting introduction to this ethnographically informed field of inquiry. Although a number of texts on anthropology and law have been published in recent years, Pirie's commentary is imbued with her own insightful contributions that help to more clearly define the field and at the same time make it accessible to a wide range of scholars 3/5(1).Law and Anthropology: Law and Anthropology About the Series The series is intended as a forum for the publication of outstanding scholarly contributions that strive systematically to involve legal practitioners in the research, thinking, and theorizing about the search for justice and the accommodation of diversity in contemporary pluralistic.