A law-and-humanities scholar investigates the narrative of Western human rights. Includes a chapter called 'Transaltlantic dialogues on "law and literature": from "law and literature" to law and humanities'.
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Publication Date: 2013-01-01
Aesthetic aspects of legal institutions are examined in a collection of essays with contributions by scholars such as Martin Kayman, Gary Watt, Elina Druker, Sidia Fiorato, Ari Hirvonen, Max Liljefors, Christine Poggi, Daniela Carpi, and Richard Sherwin.
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