This volume presents articles by an interdisciplinary and international group of scholars spanning the social sciences, humanities, and law. It examines new perspectives on political relationships, politics and legal reform, and law and the family.
List of contributors. On the Global Stage: Law's Adaptations and Responses. Chaos as Utopia: international criminal prosecution as a challenge to state power (L. Hajjar). Between past and future: the equivocations of the new cosmopolitanism (R. Fine, D. Chernilo). Negotiating for justice, fighting for law: the dialectic of promoting and settling disputes in the current global era (M. Alberstein). Exploring New Resources for Addressing Problems in Legal Theory. Gotta read Kafka: ten reasons why Kafka is crucial for the study of law (K. Mladek). The new revenge and the old retribution: insights from Monte Cristo (L. Ross Meyer). Concepts and localities: Badiou, Deluze and Law (N. Moore).