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(p. 1115) Index

(p. 1115) Index

A
Abelard, P.: Sic et Non 686
Ablavasky, G.: ‘Savage Constitution’ 126
aboriginal/indigenous law (Australia/New Zealand) 87, 799816
Ballard case 808, 811
certainty 809
Christianization 800
civilization 800
civil law 811
colonial law 801
colonial newspapers online - Trove (Australia) and Papers Past (New Zealand) 802
common law 801, 804, 805, 806810, 815
comparative history 814
confiscation (raupatu) 804
context 802
continuity 809
Court of Appeal 809, 813
Crimes Act 813
criminal law 800, 811812
Crown purchase 804
customary law 812, 813
denial, history of 802
displacement/dispossession 802805
ecclesiastical law 808
equity 808, 811
good conscience 811
imperial law 815
inherited laws 815
institutions and cases: displacing laws 810814
jurisdictions 806810, 812813, 815
land commissions 804
land confiscation 804805
land rights 799800
magistrates courts 811, 812
manorial law 808
Māori law 803
military and settler violence 800
modern law 801
Murrell case 811812
national laws 801
Native Land Acts 804
Native Land Court 804
non-extinguishment 809
Rangitapiripiri case 808, 810811
reasonableness 809
sovereignty 803, 806
suing settlers 812
Supreme Court 809
Takamore case 809810
Tamati Mason case 813814
tikanga Māori (Aotearoa/New Zealand) 800, 803804, 807810, 813
trans-national history 814
Tūhoe custom 809
violence, intra indigenous 812
Waitangi Treaty 803, 805
Waitangi Tribunal 804805, 815
absolutism 722, 994995
Abu-Lughod, L.: ‘Writing Against Culture’ 197
Accursius 719
Ackerman, B. 714715
actions, law of 175
Adams, H.B. 275, 402403, 404, 409, 410
Essays in Anglo-Saxon Law 403
Adams, J. 189, 1026n
Adelman, J. 210, 216217
Adenauer, K. 1044
Adler, J. 235236
administrative law 445, 446, 455, 729, 769
admiralty law 308
Adorno, T. 578, 590, 597
Dialectic of Enlightenment, The 591592
Negative Dialectics 592593
African American history 120, 131, 315 see also slavery
(p. 1116) African legal history 733
Africanus, S.C. 665
Agamben, G. 675, 885
agency 616 see also under international law
ages of law (three) 683685
agricultural laws 741742, 744 see also feudalism/feudal law
Akiva, R. 742
Albert the Great 690
Alborn, T. 956
Alciato, A. (Alciatus) 720
Alcuin, abbot 688
Alderson, Baron 244245
Alexander, S. 628, 629
Alexandrowicz, C.H. 866867
Alfasi, R.I. 747748, 751
Alford, W. 786787, 788
Alger of Lièges 686
Allee, M. 781, 796
Allen, J. 371
all-law-all-doctrine 101
al-Sanhūrī, ‘Abd al-Razzāq 767768
Alschuler, A. 6465, 69, 368
alternative dispute resolution 740
Althusser, L. 199, 202, 526527, 528, 530, 578, 579580
critical legal studies 564, 593, 597, 600
Álvarez, A. 874
American Founding 10171041
Antietam battle 10191022, 1034
Articles of Confederation 1040
black propaganda 1028
Boston Tea Party 1018
Civil War 1024
Constitutional Convention (1787) 1029
constitutional law 1026, 1027, 1029
Constitution ratification 1018
Declaration of Independence 1024, 1030, 1032, 1036
Emancipation Proclamation 1020
home rule 1024
independence movement 1018, 1027
‘Intolerable Acts’ 1018
Jim Crow segregation 1024
public opinion manipulation by demonizing opposition and racializing patriotism 1028
Reconstruction Amendments 1024, 1034, 1037
Revolution 1026
slavery 1019, 1028, 1034
abolition 10321033
anti-slavery activists 10391040
chattel 10361037
dissociation from founding 1030
emancipation 1018, 1020, 1029
political 1018, 1037
tendentious newsprint stories 1028
violent forms of social action/violent excess 10371038
white racism 1026
Ames, J.B. 189, 275, 409, 421, 429430
amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs 10951113
1950s to 2015 11041111
abortion-related activities, restricting use of state funds for 1106
aggrandizement 1110
anti-discrimination laws 1107
archival methods 1100
Canada Supreme Court 1101
citizenship, intergenerational transmission of 1110
Civil Rights Act (1866) 1102
Civil Rights Bill (1866) 1108
common law courts 1102, 11031104
conceptual analysis 10971098
digitalization 1100n
Enforcement Act (1866) 1107
expertise 1096, 1099, 1108
fixed meaning 1104
Guantánamo Bay: litigation of detainees 1110
hermeneutic practices 1100
historical narratives 1100, 11021103, 11061108, 11121113
Jim Crow laws 1105
jus soli citizenship 1095
legal interpretation 1103
legitimate role 1099
marriage equality 11081109
Native American history 1101
original intent jurisprudence 1104
originalism 1104, 1106
original public meaning jurisprudence 1104
precedent 1096, 1102
prestige, lack of 11051106
prisoners of war, discretion over 1110
Reconstruction Amendments 1105
same-sex relationships/marriage 1103, 11081109
Second Amendment right to bear arms 1103
separation of powers 1110
sex discrimination 11091110
sexual orientation 1109
specialized tools 1100
US Supreme Court 10951096, 1098, 1101, 11041106, 1110
Warren Court 1104
Amos, S. 163
ancient law 401, 403, 407
Anderson, B. 958959, 962963
Anderson, P. 524525, 545
Lineages of the Absolutist State 516
‘Origins of the Present Crisis’ 528
Passages from Antiquity to Feudalism 516
Andrews, C.M. 889
Anghie, A.: Imperialism, Sovereignty and the Making of International Law 867
Anglo-American Historical School 274275
Anglo-American Legal Tradition (AALT) 339
Annales School 155, 353
Annius of Viterbo 271
Anselm of Lucca 686
Anson, M. 971
Anson, W. 422
anti-canon 248
anti-colonialism 199, 278, 774
anti-discrimination 623
anti-imperialism 774
Anti-Rent Movement 934935
Anzaldúa, G. 645
applied legal history 615n, 925
Aquilian law (lex Aquilia) 666
Aquinas, T. 690
archival legal history 291309
admiralty law 308
amicus curae (friend of the court) briefs 1100
anti-archives 301
archive of the enduring 304
authority 294
British Navigation Acts 306307
captain’s ledger 307
colonialism 298
contiguous zones 304
continental civil law 732
counter-archives 298, 303
digitization 299
discursive forms of law 296
economic zones 304
‘free seas’ 305
Fugitive Slave Act (1850) 308309
‘gap in the archive’ 303
global history 301
high seas 304305
human bones and forensic science 298299
imperial history/law 301, 305
indigenous peoples 298
in rem proceedings 307308
legal form over content arguments 298
legal personhood 295, 305, 307308
legitimacy 294
lists 307
manifests 307
maritime insurance and finance capital 303
maritime law 306309
materiality of law 296, 298, 299
Merchant Seaman’s Act 308309
nation-state 305
objects and artefacts 295300
ocean as legal archive 300304
oceans as method 301302
personal liberty law 308
presence/absence 294
preservation/destruction 294, 298
racial discipline 295
sea as legal history of slavery 304309
ships and personality 307308
slavery 291295, 297, 298, 299300, 302309
surveillance 295
territorial waters 304305
(p. 1118) textuality 296
transnational history 301
truth and justice 298
violence
of the archive 294, 297
of law 294, 297
legalized 295, 299, 307
mass 298, 299
racial 305, 307
‘wake work’ 293294
war 298
Arendt, H. 92, 885
Aristodemou, M. 89
Aristotle 44, 52, 267268, 270
Politics 269, 271
Arminjon 52
Armitage, D. 115, 330, 382, 866, 869, 880
History Manifesto, The 101, 155157, 160
Arnold, T. 459
Arrighi, G. 542
Arrow, K. 32
Arthur, C. 530
‘Toward a Materialist Theory of Law’ 531
associational law 180, 190, 567568
Astell, M. 608
Atiyah, P. 944
Attica Brothers 636
Attwood, B. 803
Auden, W.H. 561, 574
Auerbach, R. 10871089
Augustine 683
Aumann, R. 32
Austen, J. 326, 330
Persuasion 323324
Austin, J. 4, 401, 425426, 427428
Province of Jurisprudence Determined, The 188
authority of law 470
autonomy 116, 143, 462, 464, 470471, 491, 579
feminist history 617
forms and content 667668
indigenous rights in Latin America 821
judicial 820
legal 827
social and institutional 667
Avery, D. 570
Awrangzīb, Emperor 765
Ayer, A.J. 380
Azo, P. 675
B
Babb, H.W. 531
Bacon, F. 272, 543
Badiou, A. 578, 597, 598599
bailments law 433, 745
Bailyn, B. 898, 1026
Bain, K. 316, 317
Baker, J. 333334, 335, 339340, 944
bakers law 451
Balachandran, A. 846847
Balbus, I. 530531, 533534
‘Essay on the “Relative Autonomy” of the Law, An’ 532
Baldus 985
Balibar, É. 578
Balogh, B. 213
Baltic Civil Code 728
Barak, A. 753
bargain theory of contract 429430, 573
Baron, S. 10871088
Barthes, R. 552n, 564
Bartolini, S. 1058
Bartolus of Sassoferrato 178179, 719720, 985, 987
Baucom, I. 304
Specters of the Atlantic 302303
Baudouin, F. 721, 987
Prolegomenon on the Teaching of Universal History 988
Baxi, U. 840n
Beale, J.A. 422, 461
Treatise on the Conflict of Laws 421
Beard, C.: Economic Interpretation of the Constitution 137
Beard, M.R.: Women as Force in History 127, 605
Beauchamp, C. 212
Becker, G. 2526, 27, 28, 36, 40
Begbie, J.S. 240
Behrendt, L. 607n
Bell, D. 621, 627
(p. 1119) Brown v. Board of Education and the Interest Convergence Dilemma’ 622623, 625
Race, Racism, and American Law 637
‘Serving Two Masters’ 621, 622, 628, 630
Bellomo, M. : Common Legal Past of Europe, The 730
ben Asher, J. 751
Benda-Beckmann, F. von 280
Benda-Beckmann, K. von 280
ben David of Posquières, R.A. 749
Bender, T. 279
Ben-Dor, O.: Constitutional Limits and the Public Sphere 384
Benjamin, W. 282, 332333, 578, 885
Benkheira, H. 763
Bennett, J. 501
Bentham, J. 4, 24, 173174, 368, 370, 376, 379394, 401, 642644
abstractions 389
Anglo-Saxon constitution 381
Bentham Committee 379380, 382, 384385
Benthamism 380, 382
Bentham Project 379, 382
‘bodies’ 388
Bowring edition 379
chain of Definitions 389
civil codes 386
civil law 391
codes/codification 384, 386, 392, 394
cognoscibility 392
Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham, The 379, 380, 382, 385386, 394
Comment on the Commentaries 383
common law 383
Concept of Law, The 383
constitutional codes 384, 386, 394
constitutional law 391
content 394
content of law (law as it ought to be) 384
correspondence 379
digital humanities 385
duty 386, 388
English Common Law 381
Enlightenment 380381
epistemology 384, 385386, 393
Essays on Bentham 383
events 388
evidence 386
fabulous entities 390
fact and value (description and prescription) distinction 384
felicific calculus 381
fictions, theory of 385, 390
form 392, 394
Fragment of Government, A 383, 386
French Declaration on the Rights of Man, attack on 381, 393
General Editorships (Burns, Dinwiddy and Rosen) 379
historical significance of works 381
human rights 381
ideas properly so called 387388, 389
impressions 387388
improper substantive 389
Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation, An 380, 383, 385, 387, 391
jurisprudence 381, 386, 387, 394
censorial 387, 392
universal (expository) 386387, 388, 389391, 392
utilitarian 394
language 385386
legal philosophy 383, 394
legal positivism 383384, 385
Limits 387, 391, 394
Logic and Language 380, 385
Matter 392, 394
mixed modes (abstract terms) 388
motivation theory 391
natural law 381
natural rights 381
nature of law (law as it is) 384
Not Paul, but Jesus 380
noun substantives 389390
‘Offences Against One’s Self’ 641, 649650
Of Laws in General 383, 384385
Of the Limits of the Penal Branch of Jurisprudence 385
ontology 384, 385386, 393
ordinary state 392
‘pannomion’ 392
panopticon prison scheme 381
paraphrasis 389390
parliamentary reform 381
penal codes/law 383, 386, 391392
(p. 1120) per genus et differentiam 388389
philosophical importance of works 381
philosophical radicalism 381
philosophy of language - metaphysics 386, 387
philosophy of law 386, 392
physical existence 389
political radicalism, conversion to 393
power 386, 388
Preparatory Principles 379, 385386, 387, 390, 394
procedural element to law 386, 391
promulgation papers 392
proper substantive 389
queer legal history 654
Radical Enlightenment 381
Rationale of Judicial Evidence 380
Reaction 380
Restoration 380
right 386, 388
Scotch Reform 380
situations 388
surveillance 381
United States: stable democracy 381
utility 381, 385, 391, 392, 393394
Bentham, S. 392
Benton, L. 335, 486, 844, 861, 895, 898
Law and Colonial Cultures 122
Rage for Order 877, 894, 897
Berlin, I. 4
Berman, P. S. 507
Bernard of Clairvaux 690
De consideratione 689
Bernard of Pavia 693
Bernstein, L. 280
Beseler, G. 411
Bhabha, H.K. 282
Biblical law 739
Bickel, A. 698, 713, 715
Morality of Consent, The 714
Supreme Court and the Idea of Progress, The 714
Bigelow, M.M. 189, 275, 406, 409, 422423, 429
Placita Anglo-Normannica 410
Bigg, J. 972
Big Legal History 168
Bilder 893894, 898
Binney, J. 1074n
Bird, W. 977
Birks, P. 462n
Birla, R. 214, 489
Bishop, J. 424
Black Act 528
Blackburn, Lord 187
Black, H. 1104
Black, Justice 316, 711
Black Lives Matter movement 317
Blackstone, Sir W. 124, 127, 359376, 643644, 894
absolute rights of individuals 370
Analysis of the Laws of England, An 361
biography (Prest, W.) 359361
Blackstone’s Reports - law reporter 374375
career post Commentaries 372375
case law 366
civil law 360
colonialism 363
Commentaries on the Laws of England 186, 359366, 375, 423, 438, 641642, 700701, 933
Chicago Blackstone (facsimile of first edition) 362363, 364
eighth edition 364
fourth edition (1770) 363
ninth (posthumous) edition (1783) 364
Oxford Blackstone 363, 364365
‘star edition’ 362, 364365
Supplement 362, 363
twelfth edition (1793) 362
volumes one to four 362n, 363, 365, 367, 371
commercial law 365
common law 359360, 361, 363, 364, 369, 371, 372
comparative law 361
concordance of discordance 366368
constitutionalism 371, 376
contract law 365, 370
Corpus Juris Civilis 360
creative destruction 368
criminal law 370
discretionary justice 365366, 373, 374, 376
economics and law 367
on eligibility for election to parliament 363, 364
equity 365
without law 374
‘Great Charter, The’ 361
importance and influence of 375376
intangible property interests - incorporeal hereditaments 367
judicial service 373374
jurisprudence 361, 376
law professor/lectures 360361
Law Tracts 361
libel action 373
logical structure 366
Magna Carta 361, 363
marriage - legal personality of married women 367
natural law 361, 371
nuisance, law of 367
parliamentary contributions/speeches 372
persons, rights of 365
pre-trial discovery for documents, lack of 369
private wrongs 365
procedural protections for the accused 368369
property law 368, 371, 925
public wrongs 365
Roman law 360
Stamp Act 363, 364
statutes construction 366
substantive law 366
summary convictions 369
supremacy of parliament 367
tenancy laws 364
testimonial evidence 369
things, rights of 365, 371
tort law 365, 370
trespass on the case 373
United States Supreme Court 371
universal law 371
witchcraft 369
writ system 366
Blackwood, A. 992n
Blair, A. 271
Blaufarb, R. 217
Bloch, M. 277278
Étrange Défaite, L’ 321
Block, M.R. 231
Block, S. 237
Blomley, N. 504, 506
Bloom, W. 25
blue sky laws 349350
Blumenthal, S.: Law and the Modern Mind 130, 131
Bodde, D. 780
Bodin, J. 270272, 987, 988, 997
Method for the Easy Comprehension of History 270, 989990, 994
Six Books of the Commonwealth 270, 272, 990992, 993996, 998
Boemus, J.: Manners, Laws, and Customs of All People, The 271
Bolivia: indigenous rights in Latin America 820821, 822823, 836
Bonaguida of Arezzo 510
Boncompagno da Signa 267
Bonifacio, M. 830
Bopp, F. 273
Borden, L. 240
Borges, J.L.: ‘Celestia Emporium of Benevolent Knowledge’ 53
Borgius, W. 523524
Bork, R. 25
Bourdieu, P.: Homo Academicus 161
Bourke, J. 229
Bowring, J. 379380, 383, 385
Bradley, Justice 703
Bradley, M.P.: World Reimagined, The 655
Brady, M. 1021
Bramwell, G. 187
Brandeis Brief 438, 452453
Brandeis, L.D. 72, 453, 570
Braudel, F. 13, 326327, 329, 330n, 332, 337, 340, 733, 1078
Braxi, U. 85
Brennan, Justice 1067
Brentano, L. 180
Brett, A. 862n
Brewer, H.: ‘Transformation of Domestic Law, The’ 124
Brisk school 752, 754
Brooks, K.B.: Before Earth Day 1005
Brophy, A. 313, 317, 1003
Brown, A.: Margaret Warrener 70
Brown, M. 638
Brownmiller, S. 232, 238
Against Our Will: Men, Women, and Rape 230
(p. 1122) Brown-Nagin, T. 492
Courage to Dissent: Atlanta and the Long Civil Rights Movement 628
Brown, R.M. 235
Brunner, H. 180, 190, 402, 404n, 406, 407
Bryce, J. 401402, 404, 407, 410
Buber, M. 564
Buchanan, J. 32, 992n
Bücker, K. 779
Budé, G.: Annotationes in Pandectas 720
Bullock, A.: Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives 162
Bunge, F.C. von 728
Buoye, T. 781783, 788, 793794, 795
‘Manslaughter, Markets, and Moral Economy: Violent Disputes over Property Rights’ 782n
Burge, J. 312
Burger Court 715
Burke, E. 370, 896, 10251026
Reflections on the Revolution in France 702
Burn, R. 364
Justice of the Peace 370
Burns, J.H. 379, 381, 383
Burra, A. 843
Burrow, J. 375
Burton, A. 298299, 301
Buskens, L. 769
Butler, J. 228, 543, 953n
Gender Trouble 645
Butterfield, A. 312314
Butterfield, K.: Making of Tocqueville’s America, The 128
Byrd, H. Jr. 634
Byrnes, G. 1076
C
Caenegem, R. van 732
Caines, G. 256
Calabresi, G. 27, 28, 32
Calasso, F. 730
Cambridge School 161162, 163
Canada: indigenous-settler relations: adjudication 10611062, 10631064, 1065, 1067
Canaday, M. 648649
Straight State, The 647
Cane, P.: Controlling Administrative Power: A Comparative History 17
canonization of legal texts 771772
canon law 681694
age of grace (third age of law) 683684
Anglicans 682
ante legum, sub lege, sub gratia formulation 683
arbitration 691
Canon 8 692
Canon 38 692
careerism of canonists 691
Catholic Church 681682
Christianity 683684, 687
classical age 682
continental civil law 721, 725
Corpus Iuris Canonici 682, 688
criminal law processes 682
decretal material, growth of 693
decretals, counterfeit 693
Decretum (Gratian) 684688
dicta 686
disharmony 689691
divine ordeal 691692
European Jews 683
Garden of Eden 684, 693
Gregorian Decretals (Liber extra) 693
harmony 685688
heresy 682
historical jurisprudence 406
Jewish law 750
judicial accountability 692693
just war doctrines 682
under law (second age of law) 683
legalism of canonists 691
leges 689
Lex domini immaculata 689
litigation 684, 693
marriage 682
Mosaic Law 684
negotiation 691
new law 685
new processes 691693
new universities 690
Old Testament law 684
Orthodox Christians 682
papal decrees 693
pastoral care 693
Protestant scholars 687
Pseudo-Isidorian Decretals and forgeries 687
public law 985, 986
Reformation 682
religious life, entry into 682
renaissance 688
Roman law 686, 688689, 691
self-help 691
sexual deviancy 682
theologians and canonists, rifts between 690691
three ages of law 683685
time before law (first age of law) 683
capitalism
comparative legal history 274, 276
corporate 216
critical legal studies in Europe 580, 593
cultural history 199
economic history/law 3839, 211212, 214218
environmental law 1015
historical jurisprudence 415
history of 3839
Islamic law 760
Marxist legal history 526527, 533, 537538
quantitative legal history 354
structuralist and post-structuralist legal history 542
capture rule 248
Cardozo, B. 257258, 463, 706, 710
Carlos, J. 637
Carlyle, T. 703
Carmichael, S. 629, 635
Carnegie, A. 571
Carpentier, A. 278
Carson, R.: Silent Spring 1001
Carter, J.C. 404, 413, 414, 416
Carter, President J. 634
Carter, R. 633, 636
Cassel, P. 787
Catherine II, Empress 392
ceremonial law 738, 746, 751, 753
Cezanne, P. 360
Chakrabarty, D. 282
Provincializing Europe 278
Chamberlain, H.S. 276
Chambers, I.: Mediterranean Crossings 302
Chandler, A. 211212
Chang Chen Fu-Mei 779
Chang Wejen 779, 788, 789, 793, 796
Channock, M. 894, 898
Charlemagne: Dacheriana 687
Charles V, King 819
charters 188, 333334, 361, 381, 673, 674, 888, 896, 927, 937
Chatterjee, P. 843, 852n
Chauncey, G.: Gay New York 646
Chen Shouyi 789, 792
Chicago School 2326, 2730, 32, 3336, 41
Chimni, B.S. 536
China 733, 777797
authority, sources of 781
autonomy, zones of 795
baojia system 779
Board of Punishments 780, 793
bribery 783
case records 780
clan codes 792
codes/codification 780, 785, 788, 789, 790, 792, 793
Communist Party 784, 790792
comparative approach 781, 786791
conditional sale 783
contract law 795796
court cases 781
cultural context 789
customary law 780, 795, 796
Daotai (‘Prefect’) 794
Da Qing Lü Li 793
dian customary practice 782783, 788789
dibao village elder 779
district governments 794
district magistrates’ courts: corruption and ineffectiveness 778779, 782, 783784, 793794
divine retribution, fear of 792
dynastic codes 780, 793
economic conditions 782
extraterritoriality 787
family relationships, social dynamics of 789
fictional court cases 784n
fines 785
(p. 1124) fiscal side of administration of justice 785
foreign rule 790791
Gaige kaifang policy 785
governmental courts/institutions 792, 793
Han dynasty 779, 787
imperial edicts 793
international influence of Chinese law 790
and Japan 797
and Korea 797
land ownership and control in Taiwan and Sichuan 796
land/property disputes and lethal violence 782783, 785, 788, 793795
law and society 791796
legal institutions 786
legal transparency 789
legitimacy of law 792
local laws 778, 779
methodological balance: historians, lawyers and anthropologists 781
Ming dynasty 784n, 792
modernity 784
Mongolian customary law 780
Napoleon’s Civil Code, influence of on Chinese law 790
official courts 779
opium addiction 783
personal connections (guanxi) 796
police presence 783
positive law 781
private ordering 794
prostitution, regulation of 789
provincial governments 794
public good 788789
punishment 785, 789
Qin dynasty 779
Qing Code 789, 790
Qing dynasty 778780, 783786, 793, 794796
religious beliefs/rituals 792
Republican era 796
rule of law 778, 788, 789, 792
sale of women, prohibition of 789
self-enforcing mechanisms 795
sexual practices, regulation of 789, 794
shame 792
shunning 792
social tensions 782
Song dynasty 780, 793
sources of law 786
statutory codes/law 785, 792
substantive law 778, 781
suicides and kidnappings of women 791
Tang Code, transplantation of into Korea and Japan 790
Tang dynasty 779, 797
Taoist and Buddhist priests 792
Tibet: courts and dispute resolution 785
types of law - li (rites), zongli, and fa 788
underworld (‘spirit’) courts 792
Yongzheng Emperor 783, 788
Zhou dynasty 788
Chodkiewicz, M. 89
Christian, E. 362
church councils 832833
church courts/religious law 128129
Cicero 664
civil law 360, 391, 439, 454, 455
aboriginal/indigenous law (Australia/New Zealand) 811
common law 703
comparative law 49
comparative legal history 268, 269270, 275, 276277
doctrinal history 175, 180
historical jurisprudence 407, 413
Jewish law 738, 753
legal scholarship, legal history as 100, 101, 104n, 107110, 112
long view 334
quantitative legal history 352
Roman law 674 see also continental civil law
Civil Rights Act (1866) 1102
Civil Rights Act (1964) 347, 625, 628, 634, 931n, 938939
Civil Rights Bill (1866) 1108
civil rights movement
critical legal history 563
feminist historiography of law 611
imperial law 885
Islamic law 767
law and society 384385, 492
(p. 1125) property law 937939
queer legal history 655
social history, law as 119
Clarke, S.: Trust and Power 212
Clark, R.V. 951
class/classism 253254, 278, 610, 623, 703, 946
criminal gender research 224, 227, 228, 235236, 239, 240
Clavero, B. 830
Clavin, P. 875
Securing the World Economy 869
Clitherow, J. 374
Coase, R. 2526, 27, 28, 2930, 36, 40
Cobb, T.R.R.: Inquiry into the Law of Negro Slavery, An 930
co-constitutive nature of law 498
codes/codification 88, 179182
Baltic Civil Code 728
Bentham, J. 384, 386, 392, 394
China 780, 785, 788, 789, 790, 792, 793
civil codes 386
constitutional codes 384, 386, 394
doctrinal history 179182
Germany 267
Hammurabi’s Code 8889
historical jurisprudence 413
Islamic law 767768
Jewish law 738, 742, 744, 746750, 751
Justinian Code 984, 985, 989
penal codes 383, 386
public law 987
rhetoric and possibilities of legal history 88
Roman law 664, 668672, 673
Shulchan Arukh code 751752
sociological jurisprudence 439
Codex Theodosius 668, 744
Cohen, F. 109, 465, 467, 474, 480
Cohen, G.A. 520, 522n, 534
Coing, H. 730
Coke, Sir E. 185186, 325, 334, 367, 374, 969
Bonham’s Case 699
common law 700, 711
public law 993
Coleridge, J.T. 424
Cole, T.: Notch in the White Mountains 933
Colley, L. 957
Collingwood, R.G. 327332
Collins, J. 334335
Collins, K. 11091110, 1113
colonialism 85, 363
aboriginal/indigenous law (Australia/New Zealand) 801
archival legal history 298
civil law 733
comparative legal history/law 49, 265, 271272, 274
critical legal history 561562, 574575
critical transnationalism 278, 280
cultural history 195197, 201
economic history 215
environmental law 1015
India 839845, 853
indigenous rights in Latin America 817, 818, 831
intellectual history 153155, 158
Islamic law 767
law and society 486, 488, 493
neo-colonialism 843
quantitative legal history 352
social history, law as 122123, 125
commercial law 365, 701, 734, 760
commodity-form theory of law 530, 533534, 536537
common law 383, 695716
aboriginal/indigenous law (Australia/New Zealand) 801, 804, 805, 806810, 815
American Revolution 701
amicus curiae (friend of the court) briefs 1102, 11031104
antiquity 705
Bill of Rights 711, 714
Blackstone, Sir W. 359360, 361, 363, 364, 369, 371, 372
British 1027
British Constitution 712
Burger Court 715
Christian conservatism 715
(p. 1126) civil law 703
commercialization 701
comparative legal history 268, 269, 275, 276277
conscious law-making 695697, 705, 715
consciousness, limits of 710
Constitutional law 705707, 709, 710711
continuity 705
cultural history 195
customary law 699700
doctrinal history 171174, 182191
duties 708
economic history/law 29, 32, 3637, 209
Europe 698
feudalism 700, 708
Fifth Amendment 705707
Fourteenth Amendment 703, 709
Due Process Clause 705707, 711712
freedoms of the people 698, 700
French Revolution 702
heresy, lure of 696
historical jurisprudence 402, 403, 409, 412, 413414, 415, 416
immemoriality 699700
immigration 705
Indian law 853
indigenous-settler relations: adjudication 1065, 1067, 1073
industrialization 705
insensibility, temporality of 711
institutional settlement principle 713
judge 699700
knowledge that/knowledge how 697, 707, 709, 715
law-and-economics 715
law as means 709
legal formalism 422423, 424, 425, 428, 429, 431, 432, 433, 434, 435
Legal Process School 713715
legal realism 465, 466, 470, 472473, 707
legal scholarship, legal history as 100, 101, 108, 112
legal temporality and substance 698
legal texts, history of 248250, 252, 258, 260
libertarianism 715
liberty of contract 706
Lochner and capital-labour relations 706710
long view 325
material turn 509, 510511
means 711, 713, 715
modernism 696697, 706707, 710, 715
monarchs 700
Parliament 700
political democracy 707
political structure 700
pre-twentieth century 698704
private law 705
procedure 709, 711, 713, 715
process 709, 711, 713, 715
progressive-era 706
property law 928, 931
quantitative legal history 352
real property, law of 700701
Renaissance 698
rhetoric and possibilities of legal history 92
rights 708
Roman law 698, 708
Scottish Enlightenment feudalism-to-commerce narrative 701, 703
self-scrutiny 696
social context 707
sociological jurisprudence 707
sovereign, legislature and judge: division of roles 698
substantive due process 705706
substantive law 708
twentieth century 704715
United Kingdom 698700, 702
United States 705
Constitution 702, 715
Supreme Court 706707, 710, 712
urbanization 705
warranties 708
Warren Court 714715
comparative history/comparative law 4361, 263288
aboriginal/indigenous law (Australia/New Zealand) 814
(p. 1127) actors as category, comparison as 286
adversus-Judaeos-literature 267
American Legal Realists 285
Anglo-American Historical School 274275
Antiquity through to Early Middle Ages 267268
applied comparative law 50
Aristotle 267268
birth of as a discipline 4345
Blackstone, Sir W. 361
Bodin, J. 270272
boundary work 44
capitalism 274, 276
Cinderella complex 4547, 54
civilizational progress 264265
civil law 49, 268, 269270, 275, 276277
cognitive control 59
Collatio Legum Mosaicarum et Romanarum 267
colonialism 49, 265, 271272, 274
commitment 5556, 57, 59
common cores 51
common law 268, 269, 275, 276277
conscience 269
constitutional values 286
contextualism 60
continental civil law 732733, 734
contract law 275
Corpus Iuris 270
cosmopolitanism 49
criminal law 274, 275
detachment 5556, 57, 60
difference 5556, 57, 59, 60
Early Modern English Constitutionalist tradition 268270
eighteenth century 272273
equity, law of 269
ethics, detachment of 5556
ethnological jurisprudence 274
factual approach 50
familiar and unfamiliar/strange legal phenomena 55
feudalism 268
Free Lawyers 285
French civil law 268
functionalism 5051, 52
future research 284288
Germany 45
codes/codification 267
legal science 273274
Pandecticism 286
global history of knowledge 287288
histoire comparative/législation comparée distinction 275
historians category, comparison as 286
humanism 49, 270271
human rights 286
imperialism 49
indigenous land rights 272
individualism, modern 275
inheritance law 274
innocence, veil of 4748, 51
instrumentalism 51
Islamic law 772
Judeo-Christian comparison 267
jurisdictional conflict 267
jus gentium 270
knowledge 48
legal artefacts 55
legal difference theory 270
liberal-democratic ideas 287
local custom 267
Lombard law 267
method, detachment of 5556
Montesquieu 272273
morally questionable ideas and institutions 285286
mos gallicus 270
mos Italicus 270
multidirectionalty of ideas 287
nation state 288
Nazism 264, 276
nineteenth century 273274
normative pluralism 267
Nuremberg laws 276
Paris Congress 4445, 49
perspectivity 54
pluralism 288
political and royal kingship 268
politics, dimension of 5556
positionality 5354
positive law 275
positive moral value 286
postmodernism 288
practical knowledge, turn to 5051
property rights 274, 275
(p. 1128) public law 270
racism/race law 276, 286
realism 285
reformism 51
religion 276
Renaissance and ‘info-lust’ 270272
Roman law 267, 269270, 275
rule of law 286
selectivity 54
self-determination 272
similarity 5556, 57
slavery 286
social theory 274
solidarity 276
substantive law 53
taxonomy 5254
as exercise in futility 5354
systems, families and traditions of law 5253, 54
thick comparison 5561
cognitive control 56, 58
provincialization of Anglo-Europe - orientalizing the mainstream 5560
scepticism 60
sentimental amatourism 59
Universal Dreams Inc. 5859, 60
transnationalism 286
Trento (Torino) Group 51
twentieth-century developments 275277
universalism 4849, 58
universal jurisprudence 52
universal law 270, 274
versus historically informed comparative law 265277
Volksgeist 273
Weltgeist 273
wills, history of 275
World Congress on Comparative Law 275 see also critical transnationalism
conceptual history 163164
Connell, R.W. 226
Conner, A. 790
Connor, B. 625
Conrad, S. 885
Conring, H. 725
origine iuris germanici, De 723, 724
conscious law-making 695697, 705, 715
consideration, doctrine of 429430, 432
Constable, M. 492
constituent and constituted power paradox 580
constitutional law/constitutionalism 128, 675, 739
American Founding 1018, 1026, 1027, 1029
Bentham, J. 391
Blackstone, Sir W. 371, 376
common law 705707, 709, 710711
continental civil law 733
critical legal studies in Europe 579, 580, 581
doctrinal history 176
economic history 210
environmental law 1003
historical jurisprudence 402
India 843, 850, 856
indigenous rights in Latin America 817, 820, 829830
interpretation 419
laissez-faire 438
legal scholarship, legal history as 115n
modern 820
public law 984, 986, 987, 994, 997
Roman law 674, 677
contemporary law 606, 734, 880
content of law (law as it ought to be) 384
continental civil law 717735
absolutism 722
administrative law 729
Alciatei 720
American Critical Legal Studies 731732
American formalism 728n
archival studies 732
Baltic Civil Code 728
canon law 721, 725
commercial law 734
comparative law 732733, 734
constitutional law 733
contemporary legal history 734
criminal law 729, 732, 735
critical legal history 718, 735
customary law 724
Digest 720722
Dogmengeschichte (history of legal dogmatics) 729, 731, 732, 735
(p. 1129) domestic law 724
Donation of Constantine (forgery) 721, 725
feudalism 721722
France 720, 722, 727
Civil Code 729
legal humanism (mos gallicus) 722723, 730
Napoleonic Code 729
Germany 723
Civil Code (1900) 726
Constitution of Lothair III (1134-1137) 723
contemporary legal history (juristische Zeitgeschichte) 731
Historical School 718719, 725729
National Socialism 731
Pandectist School 726, 728, 730
global legal history 732734
humanism 718, 719725, 730, 734
human rights 733
Hungary 727
imperial law 724
international law 733734, 735
Italy 722, 730
mos italicus 722725
ius commune 718, 724
jurisprudence 726
labour law 729
legal reasoning 718
legal science 726
Libri feudorum 722
Max Planck Institute for European Legal History (Frankfurt) 730
medieval law 728, 731
mercantile law 733
modernization theory 717, 728, 734
neo-Bartolism 718, 723
Netherlands 723
Elegant School 723, 730
nineteenth century 725729
political institutions 729
positivism 718719, 726, 728n, 730, 732
private law 726, 727, 731, 735
procedural law 733, 735
property rights 721
Protestants 721
provincial law 727
Pseudo-Isidorian Decretals 725
public law 729, 732, 735
ratio iuris 724
rationalization 728
regional histories 734
Romanists 727728
Roman law 718, 720, 721722, 723725, 726727, 731
Romanticism 725726, 728
Russia 727
Savigny School 727
Scandinavia 732
science of law (Rechtswissenschaft) 719
social acceleration 734
social science methods 732
Spain 723, 727
Anuario del Derecho Español 727
Centro de Estudios Históricos 727
colonial law (Derecho indiano) 730n, 734
statutory law 719, 724, 735
succession 721
Sweden 723725, 727, 731
transnational legal history 730, 732, 734
Twelve Tables 721
United States: codification movement 728n
universalism 729, 733
Uppsala University 727
usus modernus pandectarum 718, 722725, 726, 728
Volksgeist 726
continuity and consistency in law’s conduct 615
contract law 137
Blackstone, Sir W. 365, 370
China 795796
comparative legal history 275
doctrinal history 183
freedom of contract 137, 431n, 452, 454
legal formalism 423, 425, 431432, 434
legal texts, history of 248, 249
liberty of contract 706
offer and acceptance 429, 431
slave captain contracts 352
violence of law 908
will theory of contract 429 see also contract law and capitalism
(p. 1130) contract law and capitalism 941963
able-bodiedness 954955
abstraction 953
body as driver of exchange 952, 955957
body as means of exchange 952, 954955
body as object of exchange 952, 953954
Cartesian dualism 953
causality 944
citizenship and contracts 960
civilian jurisprudence 944
class equality 946
classical model of contracts 9495, 947949, 952953, 957958
classic theory of imagined communities 958959
collectivism, real 950n
commodification of bodies 953954
consumer capitalism 952
contract vs. wager dilemma 956
County Courts 960
credit contracts 956
creditworthiness 954, 959
Critical Legal Studies (CLS) 944, 947
cultural capital 946
debt, imprisonment for 955
dependence 949
difference maintenance 961963
disempowerment 952, 954955
distribution 942, 946951
doctrines, history of 943
early capitalism 947
economic capital 946
economic histories 943
embodiment 951, 952957
empowerment 952, 954
ethnicity 957n
fairness 949
financial capitalism 943
formal contract law 945
Friendly societies 954955
gender equality 946
globalizing capitalism 958
ideas, history of 943
ideological view of contracts 960
industrial capitalism 943, 952
insurance contracts 961
internal critique 949, 950
International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) 962
Judicature Acts (1873-1875) 949, 960
labour contracts 953, 960, 961
language, contractual 962963
late capitalism 947
legal realism 950
liberalism-welfarism 946, 948951
life insurance 956
marriage - women’s sexuality 953954, 957n
modern capitalism 947
moral hazard 961
national harmonization 958961
nationalism 951, 957963
negotiable instruments 961962
objectivism 963
ordinary contracts 950
origins 942, 943946
periodization 944
political participation with contract 960
Poor Law reform (1834) 960
postal rule 959
print capitalism 963
prostitution 953954
quack medicine advertisements 957
race 952
reliance damages 950
risk assessment 961
rural consumer contracts 960
sexuality and labour 952
slavery 953954
socialization 948951
status and contract 961
status-liberalism 946, 947948, 951
tort law 950
unilateral offer 957
what and when of capitalism 943
will theory of contract 944, 953
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide 10891091
Cook, W.W. 458n, 467
Cooley, T. 445
Cooper, A.J. 623, 635
Cooper, B.C. 653
Cooper, J.F.: Pioneers, The 931932
(p. 1131) Corbin, A. 466n, 468, 472
Cornish, D.B. 951
Corpus Iuris Canonici 682, 688
Corpus Iuris Civilis 270, 360, 668, 738, 987
Cory, D.W.: Homosexual in America, The: ‘World of Law-Abiding Villains, A’ 646, 650
Coste-Floret 1050n
Cotterrell, R. 4
Cott, N.: Public Vows 11081109
Coulson, G.J.A.: Ghost of Redbrook, The 68
county law 128
covenants/speciality contracts 183, 934
Cover, R. 200, 737, 754, 904n
coverture 124, 127, 334, 608, 610612
Nomos and Narrative 737
Craven, M. 876
Craven, P. 337
Crawfurd, O.: Revelations of Inspector Morgan, The 70
Crenshaw, K. 240, 624, 637, 638, 644n
‘Demarginalizing the Intersection of Race and Sex’ 623
criminal law 176, 370, 965980
aboriginal/indigenous law (Australia/New Zealand) 800, 811812
accident 969, 975976
accuracy in trial process 979
adversarial trial 976
beyond reasonable doubt standard 976977
burdens of proof 967
canon law 682
capacity-responsibility 975
capital offences 968, 977
capital punishment 972
comparative legal history 274, 275
conduct 973
continental civil law 729, 732, 735
counter-history 966967, 969, 979980
criminalization 966
criminal responsibility 966
defence counsel 967968, 971972
divestment of power 972973
division of labour, changing, between actors in courtroom 970973
economics and law 30
evidence and proof 967969, 979
evidential objections 967
exceptional circumstances 969
excuse in homicide cases 969
fact/law distinction 967, 977979
facts, unclear 972
factualization of mens rea 973974
fairness in trial process 979
fault 973974
felony 972
forgery 970, 972
formalization of legal principles 973976
Fox’s Libel Act (1792) 978979
general verdict 967969, 979
historical analyses 966
innocence, presumption of 977
innuendo 978
intent of defendant 973
international law 880, 1084
Islamic law 760, 772
Jewish law 738
juror misconduct 979
justification in homicide cases 969
of law or fact 980
legal biography 966
legal scholarship, legal history as 114
long view 337
manslaughter 972
mental state of prisoner 974
miscarriages of justice 979
misdemeanour 972
modern criminal trial and general verdict 967969
murder/homicide 969, 970971, 972, 975
nullum crimen sine lege 1085
Old Bailey Proceedings (OBP) 969n, 970971, 974, 975, 977, 978, 979
partial verdicts 971
perverting justice 970
political freedoms 968
power, accumulation of 971972
prosecution counsel 967968, 971972
punishment 968, 972
religious freedoms 968
seditious libel 978979
self-defence