Rechtsgeschichte (Rg) / Legal History 29
Zeitschrift des Max-Planck-Instituts für Rechtsgeschichte und Rechtstheorie Frankfurt am Main
Rg 29 is under the sad impression of Michael Stolleis' death and opens with an obituary for this great scholar. The research section features fundamental essays on legal theory (Marietta Auer) and on legal history as history of normative knowledge (Thomas Duve), alongside a review of half a century of Byzantine legal historical research in Frankfurt by Wolfram Brandes. Three foci bring together contributions from the 25th Annual Forum of Young Legal Historians on the circulation of "legal books" in early modern Ibero-America, and on "oral history" as a method of contemporary European legal history. A forum looks at Martti Koskenniemi's monumental work "The uttermost parts of the earth" from various perspectives, including a replica by the author. Numerous reviews from many eras and world regions and two marginalia conclude the volume.
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