Containing articles that consider the ways in which history has shaped law and how we make sense of past events, this text also includes articles that explore the pressing legal issues such as the prison boom, First Amendment controversies and the work of cause lawyers.
|List of Contributors|
|Symposium: Negotiating Rights between Indigenous Peoples and States in Latin America|
|Indigenous Peoples in Chile: The Quest to Become a Constitutional Entity|
|Building Mayan Authority and Autonomy: The "Recovery" Of Indigenous Law in Post- Peace Guatemala|
|Legal Imaginaries: Recognizing Indigenous Law in Colombia|
|Reorganizing Indigenous-State Relations in Chile: programa Orï¿½genes and Participatory Governance|
|Racial Spectacles: Promoting A Colorblind Agenda through Direct Democracy|
|Norberto Bobbio (1909-2004) and Law: A Centennial Tribute|
Austin Sarat is William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Jurisprudence & Political Science, Amherst College. Thomas R. Kearns is William H. Hastie Professor of Philosophy & Professor of Law, Jurisprudence, & Social Thought, Amherst College.