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(p. 840) (p. 841) Index

(p. 840) (p. 841) Index

Note: Tables and figures are indicated by an italic ‘t’ and ‘f’ following the page number.

A
Abel, Richard 213
ableism 149
Abolition of Deodands Act 340
Aboriginal Australians
asylum seeker support 514–515
land, relationship 546–547
About, Ilsen 811
Abrams, Kerry 467
absolutism
free speech 454, 456–457
sovereign 171
Acampora, Christa Davis, Contesting Nietzsche430
accident 335–350
19th c., tort law 335–336
Abolition of Deodands Act 340
deodand and non-human causality 336, 337–343
De Quincey, Thomas, “The English Mail-Coach” 344–346, 350
Employer’s Liability Act 341
Factory Acts 343
Fatal Accidents Act 340
Forster, E. M., Howards End348–350
Hardy, Thomas, Tess of the d’Urbervilles346–348, 350
law vs. literature 335
liability law 336
literary 344–350
negligence as tort, late 18th c. Britain 335
Workmen’s Compensation Acts 341
Accidents, Compensation, and the Law (Atiyah) 342
accommodation, religious (divine) 391–406. See also religious accommodation
accommodationist (political) theology 402–404
actuality 440–442
actualization 16–17
adages, legal 767–768
adjudication. See also specific topics and types
built environments 21
emotional, silencing 342
forensic xxv
trauma, reproduced 304
adversarial model 355
fairness 374
flexibility 378
origins 355
advocacy, trials and impressionism 639–654. See also trials and impressionism of advocacy
aediles 672
aesthetics
legal 42–43
norms 131
transnational knowledge 258
affect 184–188
affect and empathy studies 181–197
affect and emotion 184–188
affect studies and empathy studies 181–184
altruism 182–184, 187, 192
Changing Lives Through Literature program 196–197
empathy 188–193
empathy and law 195–197
idealism 182
intra-philosophical debates 183
narrative empathy 193–195
terminology 184
(p. 842) affective resonance 184, 187
Africa and Africans
biological race 128–130
customary laws 705
discrimination 136–140
enslaved, immigration and the imperial 497–498
legal codes, culture and 705, 710
postcolonial legal studies 105, 106
racialization questions 136–137
African Americans, credibility 593–594
Against Vatinius671
Agamben, Giorgio 122, 432, 491
agency
criminal, early trials 356–357, 371
human 23–25
Age of Emperors, responsa 678–683
agonism
agonistic contest, perpetuality 439–440
Connolly’s Identity\Difference438
definition 427
Mouffe on 438
political, contestations and democracy 427
political, social antagonism 438
Schmitt’s 436
agonism, democracy, and law 426–442
actuality and potentiality, between 440–442
antagonism, enemy, and existential threat 431–435
antagonistic envy to agonistic adversary 435–440
agonistic democracy 438–439
agonistic pluralism 436
agonistic respect 439
Agosín, Marjorie 829–830
Ahluwalia, Pal 105
Ahmed, Sara 185–186
Aid for Families with Dependent Children (AFDC) 470–471, 475, 476–477
Aid to Dependent Children (ADC) 476–477
Alberti, Leon Battista, The Art of Building42
Alchemy of Race and Rights, The (Williams) 489
Alciato, Andrea 757–758
De verborum significatione777
Emblematum libellus777
Emblematum liber759
Parergon iuris759
Parergon Juris759
satire, legal 777
Alekseyeva, Julia 821
alienation, of land 532, 535–538
Alienation Effect 202
Allport, Gordon, The Nature of Prejudice130–131
All Rights Reserved 741
altruism 182–184, 187, 192
amalgamation 81–83
Americans Disabled for Accessible Public Transit (ADAPT) 149, 159–160
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) 153–154
backlash against 156
trans rights, Blatt v. Cabela’s Retail, Inc.158–159
universal design 157–158, 239
Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008 155
Ames, Samuel, Treatise on the Law of Private Corporations Aggregate696
Amira, Karl von 54–56
Anacharsis 773
anachronism 566
history and international law 568–573
literature 573–580
analytical jurisprudence. See specific topics
ancient law. See also specific laws and topics
maxims 666
ancillary contract terms 727–728
Angell, Joseph P., Treatise on the Law of Private Corporations Aggregate696
Angels in America (Kushner) 606
Anghie, Antony 11, 578–580
Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law571–573
literature and anachronism 573–575
third world approach to international law 572
animals, personhood 283–284
(p. 843) Anker, Elizabeth 210
“Introduction,” Critique and Postcritique493
annales school 67–68
Annotations on the Pandects (Budé) 758
antagonism
enemy, existential threat and 431–435
Mouffe on 438
Schmitt’s 436
social, political agonism from 438
anthropocentrism 22–23
anthropology
Bertillon’s police records 801, 809–812
human rights 481, 484
indigenous law 518, 519, 523 (see also indigenous law)
legal documents 69
materiality of law 219
performance 200, 201, 202, 204
personhood (see personhood)
Said’s Orientalism107
social media platforms 255, 258, 262
social media platforms, friendship 268–270
social media platforms, speech 265–266, 268
spacetime 221–224, 227–228, 233
anticipatory trauma 308–312
Antigone, Interrupted (Honig) 440
anti-legalism 491
Antonius, On the Orator677–678
Apology for Poetry (Sidney) 579–580
Appaduria, Arjun 226
Arabic law, maxims 658
Arcades Project, The (Benjamin) 13
archeology, legal 54–56
architecture, legal and judicial 43–44
archives. See also specific types
video as 769–796
Arendt, Hannah 307–308, 428, 432, 441, 483
Aristotle
on democracy 450–451
Ethics374
Nichomachean Ethics760
Armadale (Collins) 588
armis et litteris768–771, 769f
Armitage, David 571–572
arobres consanguinitatis48, 50f
Aron, Raymond 441–442
ars memorativa47, 47f, 765, 768
art. See also specific types and topics
glorifying violence 459
historiography, Warburg’s 59
Artaud, Antonin 318
art history 56, 69
artificial intelligence, personhood 285–286
Art of Building, The (Alberti) 42
Arustitke 22
Asad, Talal 257
Asch, Adrienne 150
Ashcroft, Bill 105, 106
assisted reproductive technology (ART) 602, 603t, 604–605
biological products, race 140
Assize of Nuisance, City of London 243–244
Atiyah, Patrick, Accidents, Compensation, and the Law342
atmosphere 12
attitudes xxii–xxiv
auctoritas674, 676–679, 682, 683, 684
Audi alteram partem (hear the other side) 771–773, 772f
Austin, J. L. 319, 320
Australia, aboriginal and immigrant activism 514–516
authority, indigenous law 518–519
authorship 554
autonomy
autonomous will 284
slavery and contract 728–729
autosociology 262
awakening 16–18
B
Bachelard, Gaston 3–4, 6–9
The Dialectic of Duration4, 8–9
on images 17–18
Intuition of the Instant8
The New Scientific Spirit6–7
Psychoanalysis of Fire7–8
time 8–9
Bacon, Francis 658
“bad eggs” 583–584, 587, 591, 597
Bagenstos, Samuel 160
Bailments (Story) 694
Baker, John 378–379, 624, 625
(p. 844) Bakhtin, Mikhail 220, 815
chronotopes 220, 228–233
Bal, Mide 531
Balkin, Jack 256
Bancroft, George 695
Bańkowski, Zenon 331
“Barbarity of a Ravisher” 630, 631f
Barnes, Djuna, Nightwood752
Baron-Cohen, Simon 375
Barr, Olivia 332
Barthes, Roland 644, 651, 793
S/Z Essai370
“Bartleby, the Scrivener” (Melville) 730–732
Bartolus, Tyberiades47–48
Barwick, High Court Chief Justice 537
Batson, C. Daniel 189–193
Bazin, Andre 793
Beale, Henry, Treatise on Conflict of Laws698, 702
Beatrice, Evelyn 452
Beaumarchais, Pierre 452
Beautiful: An Introduction to Psychological Aesthetics, The (Lee) 191
Becoming Unbecoming (Una) 827
Beebe, Barton xxvii
Beecher, Donald 364
Belial81–82
beliefs, different, doctrine of divine accommodation 400
Bell, Chris 153
Bell, Virginia 328
Belt, Rabia 150
Benjamin, Walter 5, 800
actualization 16–17
“Capitalism as Religion” 11
on images 17–18
materiality 32–33
on nets 10–13
new materialism 18
Passagenwerk (The Arcades Project)13
“The Meaning of Time in the Moral Universe” 11
Benkler, Yochai 259–263
Bennett, Lance 640–641, 644
Bentham, Jeremy 52–53, 366, 629, 781
Benton, Lauren, A Search for Sovereignty122
Ben-Yishai, Ayelet 621–622
Bergson, Henri 4, 10, 220
durée4, 5, 8–13, 14, 17–18, 834
vitalism 23
Berman, Harold 716
Bernasconi, Robert 534–535
Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works 741, 755
Bertillon, Alphonse 800–802
Bertillonage system 800–809, 803f, 805f, 808f
Bertillon’s police records
Bertillon-Method manuals 800–809, 803f, 805f, 808f
Manual-Vocabulary of the Spoken Portrait (Alphonse Bertillon Method) (Ducry) 802, 803f
national and colonial biopower 809–812
photographs 799, 801, 804–812, 808f
“spoken portrait” 804–806
vocabularies, dictionaries, and lexicons 802–804, 803f, 805f
Beyond the Pleasure Principle (Freud) 303
bias
affect theory 186
anti-legality 491
anti-US 266
disability 151, 158
disciplinary 228
empathy 193
European and Western 710
evidentiary codes 583
photographic/video evidence 784, 794
racial 308
rule against 770
bias, Western 709–710
Bibliography of Oscar Wilde (Mason) 744
Bildungsroman485
binary, sex/gender 609
Binder, Jeffrey 90
bio-governmentality 800
biography, police file 816–818
biological race 126, 128–130, 140–141
“Birth of Biopolitics” (Foucault) 118–119
Bishop, Joel Prentiss 695–696
Black Lives Matter 312–313
Blackstone, William, Commentaries on the Laws of England687
Blair, Ann 700
(p. 845) Blake, William 744
Blandy, Mary 632–635, 634f
Blatt, Kate Lynn 158–159
Blatt v. Cabela’s Retail, Inc.158–159
Bleak House (Dickens) 645
Blevins, Cameron 98
blind spots, of knowledge xxii
Blitherdale Romance, The (Hawthorne) 748
Block, Sharon 97
Bloody Register: A Select and Judicious Collection of the Most Remarkable Trials, for Murder, Treason, Rape, Sodomy, Highway Roberry, Pyracy, House-Breaking, Perjury, Forgery, and Other High Crimes and Misdemeanors, The630
Bloom, Harold 580
Bloom, Paul 193
blues, African American 314–315
Boal, Augusto 331
Bod, Rens xxii
bodily appearance 126
Bodin, Jean 434
Boethius 276
boilerplate contract language 720, 723
contractual landscape implicated 728
current age 735–736
definitions 724
etymology 724
National Equipment Rental, Ltd. v. Szukhent724–725
portability, citationality, and expressive possibility 724–726
re-move 725
bon mots672, 682
book history 65–85
Belial81–82
Buch der Könige82
Code of Hammurabi65
Code of Justinian70–72, 71f
codification and Codex 75–81, 77f, 78f, 80f–81f
collection, compilation, amalgamation 81–83
definition and concept 66–67
further research 83–85
Golden Bull72
intercultural studies 84
Kaiserchronik82
legal literature, books in legal rituals 69–75, 71f, 73f
legal studies 66–69
Mirror of the Germans82
oath books 72–74, 73f
parchment 65
Pontifical Romanum72
printing to digital cultures 85
Saxon Mirror70, 75–79, 77f, 78f, 80f, 81–82, 81f, 716
statutes with commentary 70, 71f
Swabian Mirror81–83
transmission 65
transnational 84
Vienna Coronation Gospels72
Book History66–67
Book of Margery Kempe, The627
Boolean search 89–90
borders, national, globalization of 501–506
“both-and” framing 494
boundary
chronological and territorial 689–690
personhood 281–286
religious city 235–236
Boutilier v. INS606
Bowers v. Hardwick607
Bracton on the Laws and Customs of England625–626
Brant, Joseph 525
Bredekamp, Horst 60
Breskvar v. Wall537
Brewer, John 635
Bristen, Walzer 834
Brister, Rose 834, 835
British Copyright Act 740–741
British employment law 224
Brook, Peter
The Empty Space318
on Scott v. Harris792, 794
Broom, Herbert, A Selection of Legal Maxims658
Brown, Dan, The Da Vinci Code749
Brown, James 97
Brown, Wendy 431, 483–485
Left Legalism/Left Critique491–492
(p. 846) Browning, Robert 747
Brown v. Board of Education393
Brown v. Tasmania327
Bruck, Jacob 769–771. See also de Bruck-Angermundt, Jacob
Bruner, Jerome 641
Buch der Könige82
Buch’s Gloss76
Buck, A. R. 537
Buck, Carry 146
Buck v. Bell157
Budé, Guillaume, Annotations on the Pandects757–761
Buenos Aires Convention 741
bulk zoning 246, 247f, 248f
Buno, Johannes 765
Burckhardt, Jacob 429
bureaucracy 114, 159, 255, 262, 264–265
rational 709, 711
Burke, Kenneth 739
Burke, Peter 569, 690
Burlingame Treaty 503, 505
Burney, Nathaniel, The Illustrated Guide to Criminal Law823
Burrow’s law reports 629
Butler, Judith 132–133, 201, 202, 212, 257, 319, 610
buzzwords 211
Byrd, Jodi 513
C
Calder, Gillian 331
Cambridge History of the Book in Britain (1999–2009)68
Cambridge School 409–410
Camerarius, Joachim, “Violentior exit” 774
cameras, surveillance. See surveillance cameras; video as text/archive
Camillus, leadership–democracy tension 409–425. See also Machiavelli’s Camillus, leadership–democracy tension
Canada
continuous journey restriction 508
Indian Emigration Act of 1883 507
Indian/Hindu immigrant exclusion 500–501, 506–510
neo-medieval temporality 223
Candid Appeal to the Publick, A633
canon law
Catholic Church 716
medieval, maxims 657, 659, 662
Romano-Canonical traditions 178–179
Capital (Marx) 15
capitalism. See also specific topics
corporate, non-human persons and 282–283
cult 11–13
egoistic behavior 482
form contract 733
global, imperialism 115, 118
immigrants 513
industrial 709–710
material 25
property, dephysicalization 532, 535–538
property, financialization 538–543
as religion 11
space 225, 226
“Capitalism as Religion” (Benjamin) 11
Capote, Truman, In Cold Blood649–651
Carpenter v. United States788
Carter, David J. 97
Caruth, Cathy 294
Casanova, Pascale, The World Republic of Letters565–566, 578–579
Cascellius and the pine cone 671–673, 679, 682
case files xxvi. See also police records
case method, Corbin’s 698
case reports and reporting
anti-narrativity 622
English Reports620, 621, 633
functions and forms 619–623
Incorporated Council of Law Reporting 619, 621, 623, 636
as popular literature, 18th and 19th c. England 628–637, 631f, 634f
presentist conception 619
privately published 620
unreliability 623–624
yearbooks 620, 626–628
Cassin, René 293–294
Cassirer, Ernst 57, 59
Catholic Church
canon law 716
crime and expiation cycle 172
(p. 847) modernity, reactions to 393
sinderesis 382
Cats, Jacob 768
causality, non-human 336, 337–343
causation 458. See also specific topics
Cavallar, George 572
Cawthon, Elizabeth 339–340
CCTV 780
Cecil, Sir William 355–356
Céline, Louis-Ferdinand 302
censorship 450
Aristotle on 450
book printing 68
Comics Code 824
free speech vs.455–457, 459 (see also free speech)
no-obscenity paratexts 751–754
Plato the Censor 446, 451, 454
responsa, Age of Emperors 679
Rousseau’s 452–453, 454
self-censorship 266
Center for Independent Living, UC Berkeley 148
central banks, legitimacy xxvii
Cesaire, Aime 105
Chakrabarty, Dipesh 226, 709
Chamberlain, Joseph 507
Changing Lives Through Literature (CLTL) program 196–197
Chantre, Ernest 810–811
chaos, religious accommodation 391–396
character 363–370
Characters (Overbury) 364
Characters of Vertues and Vices (Hall) 364
Charlie Hebdo, Muhammad image and terrorist attack 825
Charteris, Colonel Francis 630–632
charters 69, 83, 232, 233, 238, 435. See also specific types
Chatman, Seymour 644
Chekhov, Anton 642
Cherokee Nation 521
Chesterton, G. K. 583
Chicago Seven trial courthouse 249–251, 251f
child abuse and neglect laws 465. See also family law
child custody law. See family law
chimeras 285
China
corporate law 710
legal history 714
Chinese Exclusion Act 504
Chinese Exclusion Cases498, 505, 509
Chinese people
exclusion 500, 505
migration, globalization of national borders 500, 501–506
normativity 705–706
Chitty, Joseph 694
choice-based models, race 132–133, 136–137, 139
Chow, Rey, “Elusive Material” 14–16
Christianity and Christian thought. See also specific types and topics
crime and expiation cycle 172
liberalism 394–396
modernity, reactions to 393
modern state 394
psychoanalysis and law 171–172
psychoanalysis and law, Decalogue and Ten Commandments 173–174
Christie, Agatha 639
chronotopes 220, 228–233
Chute, Hillary, Disaster Drawn: Visual Witness, Comics, and Documentary Form827
Cicero, De Oratore364, 671
Ciepley, David 233
citation 722
citationality, boilerplate contract language 724–726
citizenship, prerogative 444–446
city
legal administration 243–249, 247f, 248f
rollo de justicia (rollo jurisdiccional)236, 237f, 241
Rome, ritual foundation 235
space, law, and right to 241–243
wall and religious boundary 235–236
civil law. See also specific laws and topics
codes, as cultural 706, 712, 716, 717
Dickens’ critique 645
indigenous law 525 (see also indigenous law)
legal reading and psychoanalysis 179
responsa 672, 674, 676–677, 680
treatise, legal 692
Clark, Samuel O. 699
Cochran, Johnnie, O.J. Simpston trial 649
Code of Hammurabi65
Code of Justinian70–72, 71f
Code of the Fifth Dalai Lama 714
codes/codification, legal 51
Saxon Mirror70, 75–79, 77f, 78f, 80f, 81–82, 81f, 716
codes/codifications, legal, as cultural products 703–718. See also specific types
Constitution of Electoral Saxony 703
contemporary law, codifying 716–717
Danish Law of the Realm 713
Europe, 19th c. movement 704–705
European Civil Code 717
European heartlands emphasis 707–708
European/Western, cultural colonization 705
European/Western, export products 705
French Civil Code 691, 692, 711–712, 713, 715
German Civil Code of 1900 705, 707, 713
late 18th–19th c., traditional emphasis 703–704
legal modernization problem 708–712
Nordic codes, early modern 703
periodization problem 712–713
provincial codes 714
Swedish Law of the Realm 704, 708, 713
symbolic value 714–716
traditional approach and problems 703–706
as “true law” 705
COFEA (Corpus of Founding Era American English) 96
cognition, embodied. See embodied cognition
cognitive legal studies 182, 185. See also affect and empathy studies
cognitive perspective 389–390
cognitive sciences 24
Coke, Edward 385, 625
collection 81–83
Collins, Wilkie
Armadale 588
The Woman in White 643–645, 652
colonial intimacy 514
colonialism. See also the imperial
Locke’s theory of property 533–534
Said on 108–112 (see also Orientalism)
colonial power 107. See also Orientalism
Comic Art, Creativity, and Law (Greenberg) 824
Comic Book Crime (Phillips and Strobl) 823
comics 821–839, xxvi, xxvii
Alekseyeva’s amicus brief for Bob Kohn 821
Becoming Unbecoming (Una) 827
Charlie Hebdo, Muhammad image and terrorist attack 825
Comic Book Crime (Phillips and Strobl) 823
comics contracts 821–822
de Rooy and Jincom comics contract 821–822
Disaster Drawn: Visual Witness, Comics, and Documentary Form (Chute) 827
engaging readers 824
form 822
frames and temporality 833–835
Graphic Justice: Intersections of Comics and Law (Giddens) 823
haunting and imaginability 836–839, 838f
human rights and the juridicial 827–831, 832f
The Illustrated Guide to Criminal Law (Burney) 823
Jyllands-Posten, Muhammad cartoons 824–825
law journals 823
Law Text Culture, “Justice Framed: Law in Comics and Graphic Novels” 823
Lawtoons (India) 822–823
Persepolis (Satrapi) 827
trials and government reports 825–826
Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art (McCloud) 825, 826f, 834
(p. 849) war, experience and structure 827
world-making and world-undoing 824
Comics Code 824
comics journalism 828
Commentaries on American Law (Kent) 687
Commentaries on the Laws of England (Blackstone) 687
commodities 15
common law
adversarial model 335–336
American, intellectual history 223
codification, early 52
cross-examination 356, 592, 596, 630, 643, 648, 653, 782, 796
deodand 336, 338, 347
English 691
French Civil Code 691, 692, 711–712, 713, 715
immemoriality 9
knowledge and acceptance 379
negligence and tort law 340
nuisance, 19th c. Great Britain 245
precedent 689–690
Saxon Mirror 70
as social contract 378–379
communication
book history (see book history)
comics 822 (see also comics)
contract language 723
cryptic symbol 734
empathy 195, 196
Foucault’s dispositif 23–24, 29, 30, 31, 34, 810
foundational, Habermas’s 448
free speech 443–460 (see also free speech)
images 42 (see also specific types)
Internet 228
law as system of 230
Luhman on 29, 34, 36
modes 31
non-human forms 27
optical media 62
panopticon 53, 53f, 781
resonance 184
communis opinio690
community
consent to be governed 387
creating 325–326
cross-temporal 581
disability 153–154, 157–158
global, Church 716
indigenous law 519–520, 524–525
LGBTQ 158
perception of law 65
personhood, legal 286
political, human rights 494
political, immigration 501
racial lexicon 130
right to participate in life of 473
united 433
will of, general 223
Companion to Digital Humanities, A (Schreibman, Siemens, and Unsworth) 87
comparative law
indigenous law 517 (see also indigenous law)
legal codes as cultural products 703–718 (see also codes/codifications, legal, as cultural products)
treatise writing 689, 695, 700, 702
comparativism 114
compelling interest standard 392, 406
compilation 81–83
computational tools, digital humanities 91–93
computers. See digital humanities; platform, digital; platform, sociality; specific topics
Concept of the Political, The (Schmitt) 432–433
concepts. See specific types
Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court, A (Twain) 750–751
Connolly, William 438–439, 441
Identity\Difference 438
Conrad, Joseph 645–646
Heart of Darkness 646–647
Under Western Eyes 647, 652
conscience 169–170, 176, 374
contracts 695
court of, Chancery court 378, 379
fairness and law 374
Macbeth 354
right to religious freedom 391
sinderesis 381–384
Theory of Mind and embodied cognition 375–377, 386
consilium, Emperor’s 680
constitution. See also agonism, democracy, and law
absolute concept 433–435
decision-making authority 433–434
etymology 434
federalism 315–316
Hopi Tribal Nation 522
interpretation 96, 471
interpretation, Schmitt on 432–435
law (see specific cases and topics)
law, state 222
social values 449
video as text/archive 786–791
Constitutional Theory (Schmitt) 433–435
Constitution and Law (Sergeant) 693–694
Constitution of Electoral Saxony 703
Contesting Nietzsche (Acampora) 430
continuity 9
contractarianism, return to 451–453
contracts (contract law) 719
comics 821–822
form 719–736 (see also form contract)
as freedom 728–730
as freedom of wage labor (19th c.) 730–732
as private law 727
Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), UN 155–156
Cooly, Thomas M., Treatise on the Constitutional Limitations698
Cooper, Davina 544
copwatching 779–780, 782
Copyright Act (1909) 741
Copyright Act (1976) 741
copyright law
landmark rulings, late 18th c. 637
protection 560
queer theory 559–563
copyright paratexts (©) 740–745
Corbin, Arthur 697, 698
Corbin on Contract 698–699
Second Restatement of Contract 699
Uniform Commercial Code 699
Corbin on Contract (Corbin) 698–699
corporate charter, as chronotope 232
Corpus, Justinian 713
Corpus Juris Civilis757, 761
corpus linguistics 95–96
corrupt republics, Machiavelli’s Camillus 411–414
Coulthard, Glen 546
counsel, defendant 355
courtesy paratexts 746–747
courthouses
Everett M. Dirkset, Chicago Seven trial 249–251, 251f
Old Bailey 252, 253f
courtrooms 48–49
courts. See also adjudication; specific courts and topics
dignity 250
equity 666
Hamlet 378–379
Inns of Court 691
International Court of Justice, Article 38 (1920) 570–571, 581, 582
peacemaker, Navajo Nation 522
Courts of Indian Offenses (CIO) 521
Coustau, Pierre 773
Pegma cum narrationibus philosophicis 759–760, 760f, 767, 774–775
satire, legal 777
covenant 177
Cover, Robert 42, 641
Cox, Emma 515
Craiutu, Aurelian 441–442
Cram, Ian 452
Cranstoun, Captain William Henry 632–635, 634f
Crary, Jonathan 804
Craven, Matthew 568, 571
creativity xxviii
cultural context 563
human expression 551–552
queering 551–554
as social activity 554
(p. 851) credibility 583–598
African Americans 593–596
Apley, Lillian 592–593
“bad eggs” 583–584, 587, 591, 597
chastity, male vs. female 590–591
criminal record 591
definitions 584, 586
distortions 592–596
evidence, federal rules 591
evidence law and credibility narratives 587–592
evidentiary codes and law 583–585
impeachment 584, 589–591, 594, 595, 597–598
incompetency doctrine 589
law, function 583
The Mill on the Floss (Elliot) 588–590, 593
moral turpitude 589–590
narrative coherence 586
Old Chief v. United States 597
sexual misconduct 594
truth and 585–587
US vs. UK 597–598
witness 584–585
credit, access to 541
Crim. Con. trial reports 630–632
criminal law. See specific types and topics
Critical Legal Studies (CLS) 489–490, 612
Critical Race Theory 490
critique. See also specific types
deliberative democracy 437
historicist 3
materiality 32
postcolonialism and Said 106–108, 116–117, 122 (see also postcolonial legal studies)
Crito (Plato) 446–448, 455–457, 460
principle of democratic legitimacy 446–449, 451
cross-examination 356, 592, 596, 630, 643, 648, 653, 782, 796
Crying of Lot 49, The (Pynchon) 732–734
Cuckhold’s Chronicle, The630
cultural practice xxvi
Culture and Imperialism (Said) 118
curing law 604
customary law. See also codes/codification, legal
African 705
Catalonian 704
as character and needs of society 54
church legislation 716
indigenous law 520, 528
legal adages 767
maxims 666
Saxon Mirror 54, 79, 81
D
Dahlman, Ian, “Justice Framed: Law in Comics and Graphic Novels” 823
Dandridge v. Williams470–476, 478
Danish Law 708
Dante, Inferno577
Darian-Smith, Eve 106–107
Darnton, Robert 816
Darwin, Charles 23
The Descent of Man 163
Darwinism 445
Davies, Margaret 320, 539, 545, 561–562
Da Vinci Code, The (Brown) 749
Davis, Donald 766–767
Davis, Kathleen 574
Davis, Mark 193–194
Dawes, James 488
“Human Rights Formalism” 830
Dayan, Colin 284
Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt (Sacco and Hedges) 829
Deaf community 150–151
DeBois, W.E.B. 129
de Borja, Juan, Iracundiam cohibendam776–777
de Bruck-Angermundt, Jacob 769–771
emblem, cavet futuris (prince and the laws) 770–771
emblem, Durant aequa (justice and laws balance) 770
Emblemata moralia et bellica (Bruck) 769–770, 769f
debt
culture, 21st century 541
securitization 540
“Decalogue” (Knox) 639, 640
Decameron, The (Ernst) 751
Decety, Jean 374–375
decision-making
affect and empathy studies 193
algorithmic 711
authority, constitution 433–434
Chinese courts 706
collective, indigenous law 520
consensual 714
corporate entities 279
human reason 402
mental, dynamics 377
social 375
Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, UN 520–521
Decock, Wim 704
Decretum Gratiani75
defendant counsel, criminal trials 355
Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) 606
deferred signification 652–654
Defoe, Daniel, Robinson Crusoe748
De interdictis761–762, 763f
De Jure Belli ac Pacis (Hill) 576
De Justitia et Jure765
Dekker, Tomas 364
Delaney, David, The Spatial, the Legal and the Pragmatics of World-making: Nomospheric Investigations226–227
de la Perrière, Guillaume, Théâtre des bons engins774
De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliæ625–626
Deleuze, Gilles 23, 185, 220
Delgado, Richard 193
deliberative democracy 436–437
del Mar, Maks 331
democracy
abiding indeterminancy 483
agonistic 438–439
Aristotle on 450–451
deliberative 436–437
disagreement 427
investor 539
long-standing, stable, and prosperous democracy 458
meritocracy 444
Plato on 443–444
political agonism, contestations 427
democratic legitimacy, Crito’s principle 446–449, 451
Dene nation 546–547
Dennett, Daniel 276–277
De-Nur, Yehiel 304
deodand and non-human causality 336, 337–343
deontology 450–451, 550
De operis novic nunciatone761, 762f
De Oratore (Cicero) 364
De Pace Regis (Pulton) 355
dephysicalization, property 532, 535–538
De publicis judiciis764, 764f
De Quincey, Thomas 747
“The English Mail-Coach” 344–346, 350
de Rooy, Robert 821–822
Derrida, Jacques 201, 209, 722
Dershowitz, Alan 642–643, 646
Descent of Man, The (Darwin) 163
de Solorzano Pereira, Juan
“Legum litiumque multitudo exitialis” 774–775
“Statera regum” 771–773, 772f
detective fiction
police files 812–816, 818
trials and impressionism of advocacy 639–640
De verborum significatione (Alciato) 777
Devises Héroïques (Paradin) 773
dextrarum junctio764, 764f
Dhru, Kanan and Kelly 822–823
dialectical naturalism 4, 6–7
Dialectic of Duration, The (Bachelard) 4, 8–9
Diario di Lo (Pera) 754
Dickens, Charles
Bleak House 645
Household Words 343
Our Mutual Friend 745
A Tale of Two Cities 746
Digest, Justinian’s 657, 665–666
digital entities 285
Digital Harlem 98, 100
digital humanities 87–103
computational tools 87, 91–93
distribution and presentation 87
(p. 853) network graphs 101–103
prominence, gaining 87–88
search 88–91
spatial analysis 98–100
text mining 93–96
topic modeling 96–98
digitalization of law. See also digital humanities; platform, digital
legal treatise reproduction 700–702
Digital Panopticon 100
dignity
of court 250
gay rights, same-sex marriage, LGBT 606–608
human 438–439
right to 286
Dillon v. Legg793
Dimock, Wai Chee, Residues of Justice: Literature, Law, Philosophy839
disability legal studies 145–160
affirmative model 150
group consciousness 149–151
history, disability construction 146–149
impairment vs. disability 147
rise of 145–146
stigma, intersectionality, and legal recognition 151–156
Trump taunting disabled man 145
disability rights movement 151–156
Disability Studies 153
Disaster Drawn: Visual Witness, Comics, and Documentary Form (Chute) 827
disciplinary captivity 210–213
discipline and disciplinarity 210–211
discourse. See also specific topics
accident reporting 342
comics (see comics)
cultural, family law 474, 478
digital humanities 91, 95, 102
dispositif 23–24, 30, 35
human rights 482, 484 (see also human rights)
immigration 497, 501 (see also immigration and the imperial)
intellectual property 560
law and architecture 249
legal materiality 28
Legendre on 178
maxims 656, 667–668 (see also maxims)
networks 61
police records (see police records)
politics 438
postcolonial legal studies and Said 105, 108–110, 121–122
of power 533
religious accommodation 393, 396 (see also accommodation, religious)
sexual liberation 555
sjuzhet 644–645, 651
sociality platform and internet (see platform, sociality)
discrimination. See also bias; immigrant exclusion; immigration and the imperial; race; racialization theory and studies
Africans and African Americans 136–140
racial, zoning laws 245–246
disorders of sex development (DSDs) 611–612
dispositif
cinematic 62
Foucault 23–24, 29, 30, 31, 34, 810
dispute resolution. See also specific types
alternative xxiv
indigenous law 519–522
peaceful 294
dissemination, book history 68
dividuality 278–279
divine accommodation 391–406. See also religious accommodation
divine law 395, 399–402, 404
natural law 22
divisions of labor 566, 580–582
divorce law. See family law
Doblin, Alfred 814–815
Doctor and Student (St. German) 362, 658
doctrine. See also specific doctrines
divine accommodation 397–401 (see also accommodation, religious)
incompetency 589
plenary power 505
(p. 854) documents. See also book history; case reports and reporting; legal literature; police records; specific types
books/written 68, 69
definition 9
digital (see digital humanities)
Dolar, Mladen 170
Dolin, Keran 641
Domain Awareness System 779–780
Don Juan (Moliere) 452
Douglass, Frederick, My Bondage and My Freedom748
Drysdall, Denis 777
Dua, Enakshi 512
Dubber, Markus 687, 690, 691, 692, 698, 699, 701
Du Bois, W. E.B. 497, 509–510
Duchess of Malfi, The (Webster) 365, 368
Ducry, J. Gabriel 801
Manual-Vocabulary of the Spoken Portrait (Alphonse Bertillon Method) 802, 803f
Dudziak, Mary 311
durée4, 5, 8–13, 14, 17–18, 834
Dworkin, Ronald
on maxims 656, 657, 659
Taking Rights Seriously 455–456
dynamic oneirism 7
E
economic analysis of law. See also specific types
Dandridge v. Williams 470–476, 478
Edelman, Lee 313–314, 558
education, legal 369
ars memorativa 778
comics 823
Litchfield law school 693
The White Devil 369
Education of a Christian Prince (Erasmus) 773
Egerton, Sir Tomas 379
ego ideal 169
Eichmann, Adolf 304
Einfühlung187, 190–191
Either/Or (Kierkegaard) 300
“either-or” framing 494
Ekman, Paul 188
elective race 135–136
elements, Bachelard’s studies and books 7–8
Eliot, T. E. 752
Ellesmere, Lord 385
Elliot, George, The Mill on the Floss588–590, 593
Ellison, Ralph 314–315
“Elusive Material” (Chow) 14
Emblemata758
Emblemata moralia et bellica (Bruck) 769–770, 769f
Emblemata regio politica (de Solorzano Pereira) 771–773, 772f
Emblematum Ethico-Politicorum Centuria (Zincgref) 775–776, 776f
Emblematum libellus (Alciato) 777
Emblematum liber (Alciato) 759
emblems and emblem books 658, 757–778
Alciato’s emblemata 757–758
armis et litteris 768–771, 769f
ars memorativa 47, 47f, 765, 768
Audi alteram partem (hear the other side) 771–773, 772f
Corpus Juris Civilis 757, 761
early modern period 757
emblema, semantics 757
emblemata, Roman law reference texts 761–762, 762f, 763f
equality for all 773–774
ethics of punishment 754–777, 776f
legal emblems and adages 766–768
legal satire 777–778
as mnemonic devices 763–766, 764f, 766f
against multitude of laws and trials 774–775
origins and legal uses 757–761
practical and moral relevance 768–771, 769f
embodied cognition
fairness and/or justice 380–381
Hamlet 375–377
social contracts from 387–388
Theory of Mind 375–377, 386
embodiment, Deleuze’s 23
Émile (Rousseau) 590
emotion 184–188
empire
immigration and the imperial 497–516 (see also immigration and the imperial)
the imperial 499–500
new imperialism 500
postcolonial legal studies 105–122 (see also postcolonial legal studies; Said, Edward W.)
empirical legal studies. See also specific types
affect and empathy studies 181–197 (see also affect and empathy studies)
form contract 719–720
intellectual property 556, 563
narrative realism 640
platform 258
video 794
employability, race 477
Employer’s Liability Act 341
employment law, British 224
Empty Space, The (Brook) 318
Enduring Passion (Stopes) 751
enemy antagonism, existential threat 431–435
English law. See also specific topics
maxims 657–659
English Reports620, 621, 633
enunciation (énoncé)26, 30–31, 32, 34–36
environmental law
property 531
protest and performance 327–328
envy
antagonistic, to agonistic adversary 435–440
Machiavellian, Camillus arousing 418
Machiavellian, Camillus overcoming 414–416, 421, 425
epistemology
Bachelard’s theory 18
codifications 712
dialectical naturalism, non-Cartesian 4
digital humanities 102
doctrine of Divine accommodation 401
experiments 14
footnotes, legal treatises 696
free speech, Mill’s 448, 450
human rights 487
images, authentic origin 40
materials 33
maxims 658
Meridian 180, 271
spacetime 221–222, 230
trial reports 633
universal design 157–158, 239
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) 134, 136–137, 139
equality 117. See also free speech; human rights; immigrant exclusion; immigration and the imperial
for all, emblems 773–774
disability legal studies 145–160 (see also disability legal studies)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 134, 136–137, 139
fraternalism 165–167
marriage 751
sexual (see sex, changing laws)
social, race 133
social advantage 243
equity. See also fairness, law and
balance in justice 373
conscience 374
English courts of 666
Hamlet, court of 378–379
Maitland on 666
morality as social and neurological 374–375
religious accommodation 397
equity acts in personam666
Erasmus, Education of a Christian Prince773
Ernst, Morris L.
The Decameron 751
Ulysses, foreword 752
Ulysses, preface 752–753
Esmeir, Samera 110, 307
Essay on the Doctrine of Contracts (Verplancik) 695
Essays (Yeats) 741
ethics 28
comics 833
deliberative democracy 437
emblems, de Bruck-Angermundt 770–771, 773
(p. 856) emblems, legal satire 777–778
humanities xxiv
lying 176
Nichomachean Ethics (Aristotle) 760
normative 704
“otherness” 488
postructuralist 488
punishment, emblems 754–777, 776f
virtue 448
virtue, free speech 450–451
Ethics (Aristotle) 374
ethnography xxvii
Eubanks, Virginia 541
eugenics 128–129, 146
European Civil Code 717
European Union 710, 715, 786. See also specific laws and topics
event 10
Everett M. Dirkset Courthouse, Chicago 249–251, 251f
evidence xxvii
federal rules 591
Hamlet 354
Shakespeare’s The Rape of Lucrece 353–354, 357
video/evidence 782–785
witnesses 355–359, 361–362
evidence, early modern 355–364
character 363–370
cross-examination 356, 592, 596, 630, 643, 648, 653, 782, 796
hearsay 355–356
letters (literary art) 357–361, 358f–360f
literary texts and theatrical performance 362–364
seeing 361–362
semiotics 362, 363, 370, 371
tool abuse, manslaughter 356–357
witnesses and testimonial proof 355–359, 361–362
evidence law 598
credibility 583–585
credibility narratives 587–592
evidence vérité 795
evidentiary codes and law 583–585
exchange
gift 279
monetized commodity 13–16
use from 16–17
exemplarity
credibility (see credibility)
Machiavelli’s Camillus 420, 422, 425
Machiavelli’s Moses 416
Native peoples and nature, Hobbes on 523
public criminal trials 306
virtues and goodness 413–414
existential threat, antagonism, enemy and 431–435
expressive possibility, boilerplate contract language 724–726
extraterritorality 120–121
extraterritorial jurisdiction 111
F
fables 773–774
fabula644–645, 651
Factory Acts 343
fairness, law and 373–390
cognitive perspective 389–390
conscience, judgment 370–380
court of equity, Hamlet and 375–377
embodied cognition 380–381
embodied cognition, social controls from 387–388
literary genres as social contracts 388–389
mysterious workings 381–386
sinderesis and Saint German 381–386
Theory of Mind 375
Theory of Mind, embodied cognition and 375–377, 386
fairness, of judgment
conscience 374
individual situations 374
morality as social and neurological 374–375
Fajardo, Diego Saavedra 768
family cap policy, Dandridge v. Williams470–476, 478
family law 465–478
Aid for Families with Dependent Children 470–471, 475, 476–477
Aid to Dependent Children 476–477
(p. 857) child abuse and neglect laws 465
class and wealth 465–466
Dandridge v. Williams 470–476, 478
definition and scope 465–466
dual system 466–468
Goldberg v. Kelly 472–473
Harper v. Virginia Board of Elections 472
Lochner v. New York 471–472, 475
marriage, divorce, and child custody laws 465
McDonald v. Board of Elections Commissioners of Chicago 472
Meyer v. Nebraska 471
Moore v. City of East Cleveland 467, 477–478
moral construction of poverty 468–470
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families 469–470
“welfare queen” fallacy 475
Fanon, Frantz 105
Farge, Arlette 816
Farmer, Lindsay 643
Farmer-Haiser, Mary 475–476
Farrell, Joseph 388
Fasolt, Constantin 5, 11, 569, 572
Fatal Accidents Act 340
father substitute, totem animal as 164–168
fatwās684
Faulkner, George 635
Faulkner, William, Requiem for a Nun574
federalism. See also specific topics
constitution 315–316
Fehr, Hans, Law in Pictures56
Feldman, Martha 640–641, 644
Felman, Shoshana 294, 304, 309
Felski, Rita 492–493
“Introduction,” Critique and Postcritique 493
Limits of Critique 492–493
feminism, new materialism 25, 27
Ferguson, Rex 597
Ferguson, Robert, “The Judicial Opinion as Literary Genre” xxvi
Fernandez, Angela 687, 690, 691, 692, 698, 699, 701
Ferriss, Hugh 246, 248f
fetal personhood 284–285
fictions, legal
detective, trials and impressionism of advocacy 639–640
genre 639–640
police files 812–816
Field Code 95
Fifoot, C. H. S. 629
Files (Vismann) 29
files, police. See police file; police records
films. See movies
finance and financial actors xxvii
ethnography xxvii
financialization, property 538–543
financial markets, global 539–540
Fine, Michelle 150
fingerprinting 153, 801, 812, 818
First Amendment 456. See also free speech
sousveillance 788–791
First Opium War 502
Fitzpatrick, Peter 106–107
Modernism and the Grounds of Law 109–110
fixation 561
Fixer: A Story from Sarajevo, The (Sacco) 829
Flaubert, Gustave, Madam Bovary752
Footnotes in Gaza (Sacco) 829, 833, 834–839, 838f
Ford, Ford Madox, The Good Soldier651, 654
Ford, Richard, Rights Gone Wrong489
forensic photography 54, 55f
form, standard. See standard form
formalism
human rights 830
legal 674, 698, 705
formal realism 635
“Form and Content in Early Modern Legal Books” (Hespanha) 68
form contract 719–736
ancillary terms 727–728
boilerplate, current age 735–736
boilerplate, language 720
collective view 720
contract 719
freedom, contract as manifestation 728–730
lending circles 736
(p. 858) literature, American framework and operation of standard terms 730–734
20th c. form language 732–734
literature, American framework and operation of standard terms, contract as freedom of wage labor (19th c.) 730–732
Meyer v. Uber Techs., mandatory arbitration in smartphone app 727–728
as mutual understanding vs. fine-print terms 719–720
negotiated language 726
standard terms 719–720
form contract, deconstructive perspective 720, 721–728
contextual contingency of standard form 721–722
instantiating iterability 722–724
landscape standard form refracts 726–728
portability, citationality, and expressive possibility 724–726
Forster, E. M., Howards End348–350
Forster, Robert 322, 323
Foucault, Michel 23–24, 26
binary oppositions 232
“Birth of Biopolitics” 118–119
on discipline 210
énoncé 26, 30, 31, 34, 36
hazardous play of dominations 292
History of Sexuality Vol. 1 555
panopticon 53, 53f, 781
queer legal studies 612
on reproductive technologies 604
as Said’s inspiration 105
spatial quality of history 242
“The Lives of Infamous Men” 815, 816
visual logic principle of manifestation 58–59
Fourth Amendment, public surveillance cameras 786–788
Fowler, Chris 279
“Framing Human Rights” (Scherr) 833
Freedberg, David, The Power of Images59
freedom, contract
manifestation 728–730
wage labor 730–732
free speech 443–460
absolutism 454, 456–457
anti-liberal defense 457
citizenship prerogative 444–446
contractarianism, return to 451–453
Crito’s principle, formalizing 448–449
deontology to virtue ethics 450–451
harm principle 443
law and humanities 458–460
law and humanities framework 458–460
performativity theory 458–460
Plato on 443–444
Plato’s marketplace model 445–446
political legitimacy 446–448
public discourse, delineating 454–458
Rousseau on 452–453
French, Sally 150
French Civil Code 691, 692, 711–712, 713, 715
Freud, Sigmund
Beyond the Pleasure Principle 303
ego ideal 169
incorporation 168
introjection 168–169
mosaic law 172–177
Moses and Monotheism 172–175
Oedipal conflict 301
superego 169–170
Totem and Taboo: Some Points of Agreement Between the Mental Lives of Savages and Neurotics 163–168
trauma memory 297–299
unconscious foundations of law 168–172
Frevent, Ute 188
Fricker, Miranda 586–587, 594
Friedman, Lawrence 698
friend-enemy distinction, political 432
friendship
Meridian 180, 268–271
social media platform 268–271
funerary rites 280–281
Funk, Kellen 94–95, 99
Funkenstein, Amos 395, 397–398, 405
G
Gabel, Peter 489
Gadamer, Hans-Georg 573
Gaily, Amanda 90
Galanter-Levy, Robert M. 301
(p. 859) Gale, Making of Modern Law, databases 88
Gallus, Aelius, On the Meaning of Words Relevant to the Civil Law676
Galton, Francis 812
Gandhi, Mohandas 508
gay marriage, Obergefell v. Hodges214, 606–608
Gay Science (Nietzsche) 613
Geary Act 504–505, 589
Geertz, Clifford 278, 366–367
gender
vs. biological sex 609
idea 609
property ownership 541–542
gender dysphoria 158–159, 603, 603t, 610–612
gender identity 608–612
intellectual property 556–557
Gender Identity Disorder of Childhood (GID) 608
gender nonconformity 158–159, 602, 603t, 609–612
gender revolution 611–612, 614
gender studies 147, 489. See also specific topics
General Will, Rousseau’s 453
genetic testing kits, race 140
Genette, Gérard 361, 739–740, 743–744
Genovese, Ann 331
genres xxvi–xxvii. See also specific types
fiction 639–640
legal, trials as 640
legal fictions 639–640
literature, as social contracts 388–389
“The Judicial Opinion as Literary Genre” (Ferguson and Grosz) xxvi
“The Supreme Court and the Judicial Genre” (Livermore, Riddell, and Rockmore) 97–98
treatise, legal 688–689, 702
Gentle Art of Making Enemies, The (Whistler) 744
geography
legal 220, 544
time 227
geoparsing 99
georeferencing 99
German Civil Code of 1900 705, 707, 713
German Legal Antiquities (Grimm) 54
gift exchange 279
Gilbert, Jérémie 835
Gilmore, Leigh 836
Ginzburg, Carlo 813
Girrdens, Thomas, Graphic Justice: Intersections of Comics and Law823
Glendon, Mary Ann 486
global financial markets 539–540
global history 706. See also specific topics
globalization. See also specific topics
borders, national 501–506
law and humanities 567, 576
global law 706, 711. See also international law; specific types
global South 484–485, 567
Glossa ordinaria76
Goffman, Erving 149, 201, 318–319
Goldberg v. Kelly472–473
Golden Bull72
Goldstein, Aloysha 499–500
Gone With the Wind (Mitchell) 749
Gonfalonier (of Justice) for Life 410, 411, 414, 416, 417, 423–424
Gonzales v. Carhart309
Goodrich, Peter 40, 49, 179, 282, 320–321, 329–331, 370, 627
Good Soldier, The (Ford) 651, 654
Google Books 88
Gordon, Peter 570
Gordon, Robert 489
Gorgias (Plato) 444, 458
governmentality 538
Grabham, Emily 223–225, 231
Grafton, Antony 696
Graham, Nicole 532, 533, 535
Graphic Justice: Intersections of Comics and Law (Giddens) 823
graphs, network 101–103
Gray, John Chipman 285
Rule Against Perpetuities 700
Great War, The (Sacco) 829, 831
Green, Thomas 357, 569
Greenberg, Marc, Comic Art, Creativity, and Law824
Greenhouse, Carol 221–222
Greer, Allan 524
(p. 860) Griffiths, Gareth 106
Grimm, Jacob 54
Griswold v. Connecticut602
Grossman, Jonathan H. 636
Grosz, Elizabeth, “The Judicial Opinion as Literary Genre” (Ferguson) xxvi
Grotius, Hugo 453, 576
Mare Liberum 119, 121, 571
Grotowski, Jerzy 318, 323, 331
Guantanamo, extraterritorality 120
Guattari, Félix 185
Guéroult, Guillaume, Premier livre des emblemes773–774
Gunning, Tom 804
H
H-1B visa holders 511–513
Habermas, Jürgen 447–448, 455, 456
habit 8, 12
Hackman, James 635
Hadacheck v. Sebastian245
Hägerström, Axel 57
Hall, Joseph, Characters of Vertues and Vices364
Hall, Radyclyffe, The Well of Loneliness749
Halley, Janet, Left Legalism/Left Critique491–492
Halliday, Paul 621
Halpérin, Jean-Louis 705
Hamacher, Werner 12–13
Hamlet, equity from cognitive perspective 373–390. See also fairness, law and
conscience, judgment 379–380
fairness/justice, embodied 381
mysterious workings 381–386
revenge 378
Theory of Mind and embodied cognition 375–377, 386
Hamlet, evidence 354
Hardy, Thomas, Tess of the d’Urbervilles346–348, 350
harm principle 443
procedural 455
Harper v. Virginia Board of Elections472
Harris, Cheryl 531, 534
Hartman, Saidiya 284
Harvey, David 225, 242
Hastie, Reid 641, 644
hate speech, online 256
HathiTrust 88
haunting, comics 836–837, 838f
Hawkins, Benjamin 525
Hawthorne, Nathaniel
The Blitherdale Romance 748
The House of the Seven Gables 748
hearsay
early trials 355–356
exclusionary rule 356
hear the other side 771–773, 772f
Heart of Darkness (Conrad) 646–647
Hedges, Chris, Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt829
Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich 450
on property 538–539
Heilbron, Johan 566
HeinOnline 88, 622
Hemingway, Ernest
To Have and Have Not 749
In Our Time 749
Herenstein, Ethan 96
Hernstein Smith, Barbara 651–652
Hertz, Robert 280
Hespanha, António Manuel, “Form and Content in Early Modern Legal Books” 68
heterotopia 242
Heumann, Judith 148
Heymann, Laura 561–562
Hicks, Frederick C. 688
Hill, Anita 594
Hill, Geoffrey, De Jure Belli ac Pacis576
Hindu law, maxims 658, 660–662, 664–666
histiography, legal. See materialism and legal histiography
historical school 51–54
historicism, rise of 574
historiographical perspective, temporalities 222–223
historiography, art, Warburg’s 59
history. See also specific topics
anachronism 568–573
art 56, 69
common law, American intellectual 223
legal, quasi-literal xxviii
literature and authority, international law 565–582 (see also international law, history, literature, and authority)
political / legal thought (see specific topics)
spatial quality, Foucault’s 242
History of British India, The (Mill) 114
History of Private Law in Europe (Wieacker) 712–713
History of Sexuality Vol. 1 (Foucault) 555
History of the Humanities xxii
History of Tithes, The (Selden) 571
Hitch-22 (Hitchens) 744
Hitchcock, Tim 94, 95, 100
Hitchens, Christopher, Hitch-22744
Hobbes, Thomas 453, 583
Hoffman, Abbie 250
Hoffman, Judge Julius 250
Hogan, Patrick Colm 182–183, 186
Hollander, John, “Tailor-Made” 577–578
Holmes, Sherlock 814
Holmes Oliver Wendell 342, 793
Holocaust 293–294, 299, 302, 306, 314
Holt, Sir John 628–629
“Homer’s Contest” (Nietzsche) 429–431
homosexuality 601, 603t, 605–609. See also queer theory; sex, changing laws; specific topics
APA 602
Honig, Bonnie 439–440, 441, 442
Antigone, Interrupted 440
Political Theory and the Displacement of Politics 439
honor of the Crown (Canada), neo-medieval temporality 223
Hopi Tribal Nation 518–519
Constitution, and By-Laws 522
cooperation without submission 519
Hopi Tribal Council 522
Horwitz, Morton 690, 691, 692, 701
Transformation of American Law 692
Houch, Max H. 801
Household Words (Dickens) 343
House of the Seven Gables, The (Hawthorne) 748
Howard, John 515
Howard, Sharon 92, 94
Howards End (Forster) 348–350
How to Fix Copyright (Patry) 745
Huckleberry Finn (Twain) 750
Human Genome Project 129
humanism
dialectical (secular), accommodationist thought 405
lost language of law 405–406
humanistic material xxii
humanitarianism 484
humanities. See also specific topics
attitudes and sensitivities xxii–xxiv
digital 87–103 (see also digital humanities)
human rights and, partnership 481–482
law xxiv
practice xxii
human rights 481–495, xxvii
anti-legalism 491
“both-and” framing 494
comics and the juridicial 827–831, 832f
contradictory limits 482–488
Critical Legal Studies movement 489–490
Critical Race Theory 490
critiquing 488–492
“either-or” framing 494
formalism 830
history 485–486
humanities, partnership 481–482
humanities, renewing 492–495
imperialism 484, 486, 489
law and humanities 481
legal personhood 286–287
literary critics 484–485
religious freedom 391–393
right to have rights 482
Rousseau on 483
skepticism and negativity 490
temporalities 224
Universal Declaration of Human Rights 486
Human Rights, Inc.: The World Novel, Narrative Form, and International Law: A History (Slaughter) 485
(p. 862) “Human Rights Formalism” (Dawes) 830
Hume, David 187, 189–190, 277
Hunt, Lynn, Inventing Human Rights: A History485
Hunter, Ian 572
Hutchinson v. York, Newcastle & Berwick Railway341
Hutson, Lorna 569
hybrids, interspecies 285
hypertexts 361
I
iconic difference 41
iconic logos 39–43
Iconologia (Ripa) 768
iconology 56–57, 58f, 59–60
Warburg’s 57–59
ideal 22
idealism 182
identity
Connolly’s Identity\Difference 438
gender 608–612
gender, intellectual property 556–557
ownership 534
Schmitt’s principle 433
sex and gender, queer theory 551–552
Identity\Difference (Connolly) 438
ideology. See also specific types
law of 212
personhood 287
platform 259 (see also platform, sociality)
ijtihād684
Illegal Literature (Roh) 745
Illustrated Guide to Criminal Law, The (Burney) 823
image acts 60
images. See also emblems and emblem books; video as text/archive; visual studies and image history; specific types
Bachelard on 17–18
Benjamin on 17–18
psychological and physical realities 8
image science 41, 56–57
imaginary authority 171–172, 174
Imaginary Other 170–171
imagination 7
immaterial 22
immigrant exclusion 499
Chinese exclusion 500, 505
Chinese Exclusion Act 504
Chinese Exclusion Cases 498, 505, 509
exclusionists 503–504, 507
Indian/Hindu, from Canada, Australia, and South Africa 500, 508–509
racial 508
immigration and the imperial 497–516
Asian, to US and New World 498
Burlingame Treaty 503, 505
Chinese, globalization of national borders and 500, 501–506
continuous journey restriction 508
Geary Act 504–505
history 497–501
the imperial and imperial formations 499–500
imperial expansion and immigrant exclusion 499
Indian immigrants to Canada, from British Empire 500–501, 506–510
indigeneity and reciprocity 501, 510–516
opium wars 502, 503
plenary power doctrine 505
Scott Act of 1888 504, 505
Tacoma Method 504
Treaty of Beijing 503
Immigration Voice 512
immortal temporality 222, 232
impairment, vs. disability 147
impeachment, credibility 584, 589–591, 594, 595, 597–598
the imperial 499–500
new imperialism 500
imperial formation 499
imperialism. See also immigration and the imperial; the imperial
human rights 484, 486, 489
new 500
Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law (Anghie) 571–573
Imperial Landpeace of Mainz76
imperial law. See also the imperial
imperial power 107. See also Orientalism
(p. 863) impressionism
of advocacy, trials and 639–654 (see also trials and impressionism of advocacy)
narrative 645–652
improvisation, of law 331–332
In Cold Blood (Capote) 649–651
incompetency doctrine 589
Incorporated Council of Law Reporting (ICLR) 619, 621, 623, 636
incorporation (Freud) 168
In corruptos judices (Schoonhovius) 774
independence
India, immigration to Canada 507–509
migration, control over 509, 510
plenary power doctrine 505
postcolonial 106 (see also postcolonial legal studies)
Indian Affairs 525
Indian Emigration Act of 1883 507
Indian immigrants, to Canada from British Empire 500–501, 506–510
indigenous
displacement, immigration and reciprocity 510–516
land, philosophies 546–547
temporalizations 221–222
indigenous justice paradigm 520
indigenous law 517–529
colonizers’ constructions 523–528
colonizers’ constructions, informal and formal recognition 526–528
colonizers’ constructions, lawlessness 523–526
colonizers’ constructions, legal pluralism 526–528
dispute resolution 519–520
divestiture 528
fundamentals 517–518
present-day 520–523
property law 522, 524, 527
sources of law and authority 518–519
individuals and dividuality 276–281
inequality. See also free speech; human rights; immigrant exclusion; immigration and the imperial
contracts 729
disability legal studies 145–160 (see also disability legal studies)
sexual 557, 563 (see also sex, changing laws)
social advantage 243
structural 134, 135
Inferno (Dante) 577
infrastructure, platform 262, 263–265
Innocent (Turow) 654
Inns of Court 691
In Our Time (Hemingway) 749
instantiating iterability, form contract 722–724
institutions. See specific types
intangibles 28
intellectual history
advances 494
American common-law thought 223
Cambridge School 409–410
international law 568, 570, 580
methodological divisions 566–567
intellectual property 549, xxviii
creativity and human expression 551–552
deontologists 550
gender identity 556–557
intangible 560
performativity 557–558
postmodern theories 551
postmodern turns 552–553
regulation 554–555, 556, 563
utilitarians 550
intellectual property and queer theory 549–564
copyright law and trademark 559–563
future 563–564
norms and bodies 559–560
queering creativity 551–554
repressive hypothesis 554–559
tangible and intangible 550
traditions and theories 550–551
intention
autonomous, electronic agents 285
bodily self-evidence and legal knowledge 796
fairness and law, gap 379, 380, 381
fairness of judgment 374–375
form contract 719, 721–723, 725
legal actants 336
maxims 668
testator’s 681–682
Theory of Mind and embodied cognition 375–377, 386,