Collection : Corpus Juris
The Humanities in Politics and Law

Corpus Juris aims to publish innovative interdisciplinary scholarship on legal and political questions. While grounded in humanistic inquiry, books in the series will contend with historically and geographically specific questions that address real-world legal issues and debates.

Elizabeth S. Anker, Editor
Diane Brown, Managing Editor

Editorial Board: Jason Frank (Cornell University, Government), Nelson Tebbe (Cornell Law), Aziz Rana (Cornell Law and Government), Annelise Riles (Cornell, Anthropology and Law), and Camille Robcis (Cornell, History).

Advisory Board: Talal Asad (CUNY Graduate Center), Peter Brooks (Princeton), Wendy Brown (UC-Berkeley), Marianne Constable (UC-Berkeley), Mark Graber (U of Maryland Law School), Bonnie Honig (Brown), Thomas Keenan (Bard), Charles Larmore (Brown), Bernadette Meyler (Stanford Law School), Teemu Ruskola (Emory Law School), Elizabeth Povinelli (Columbia), Adolph Reed (U of Pennsylvania Law School), Rogers Smith (U of Pennsylvania Law School), and James Whitman (Yale Law School).

The series editor is now accepting book proposals. If interested, please send a prospectus, C.V., and one sample chapter to the attention of the editor at corpus_juris@cornell.edu.

 

   

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