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  • Print publication year: 2017
  • Online publication date: December 2017

Afterword: Contemporary Legal Thought As…

from Part III - Structures of the Legal Contemporary
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Desautels-Stein, Justin and Kennedy, Duncan 2015. “Foreword: theorizing contemporary legal thought,” Law and Contemporary Problems 78: ix.
Desautels-Stein, Justin 2016a. “International legal structuralism: a primer,” International Theory 8: 201–35.
Desautels-Stein, Justin 2016b. “A context for legal history, or, this is not your father's contextualism,” American Journal of Legal History 56: 2940.
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Tomlins, Christopher 2004. “History in the American juridical field: narrative, justification, and explanation,” Yale Journal of Law & the Humanities 16: 323–98.
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Tomlins, Christopher 2009. “The strait gate: the past, history, and legal scholarship,” Law, Culture, and the Humanities 5: 1142.
Tomlins, Christopher and Comaroff, John 2011. “‘Law as…’: theory and practice in legal history,” UC Irvine Law Review 1: 1039–79.
Tomlins, Christopher 2012. “After critical legal history: scope, scale, and structure,” Annual Review of Law and Social Science 8: 3168.
Tomlins, Christopher 2016. “Historicism and materiality in legal theory,” in del Mar, Maksymilian and Lobban, Michael (eds.), Law in Theory and History: New Essays in a Neglected Dialogue. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 5883.