‘Encounters with Books from Other Disciplines’ is a new series encouraging a new form of writing, i.e., as reading generatively from another discipline. Each piece in the series takes a recently published book from another discipline, and one which might at first seem to have little explicitly to do with law, and relates it to legal scholarship. The focus is on the generative potential of the book for thinking about and researching law: what new questions does the book open up for legal scholarship? What new resources and topics of investigation does the book offer? If interested in contributing to the series, please email the Encounters Editor, Maksymilian Del Mar: email@example.com.