Rechtsgeschichte (Rg) / Legal History 30
Zeitschrift des Max-Planck-Instituts für Rechtsgeschichte und Rechtstheorie Frankfurt am Main
The essays in the research section of Rg 30 present a fundamental research project on the history of conflict regulation from antiquity to the present (Peter Collin et al.), treat drunkenness as a crime in medieval England (Elizabeth Papp Kamali), and discuss semantics in early modern legal and linguistic theory (Jan Schröder). Subsequent foci sections examine transnational criminal law in transatlantic perspective (1870-1945) and current issues in labor law history (20th century) from a variety of perspectives. The criticism section presents multilingual reviews of new publications in legal history from all over the world. The volume is concluded by two marginalia: on representations of justice in the early 16th century and on the state of emergency in Gotham City, featuring a photo series of black-and-white impressions of New York City.
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