Vol 35, No 1-2 (2004)

January-April 2004

law, literature, postcoloniality

Table of Contents

Editorial

Notes from the Editor
 
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“Essentially Contested”: Law, Literature, Postcoloniality
 
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Articles

Sui Generis: Aboriginal Title and the State of Exception
Christopher Bracken
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From Colonialism to Multiculturalism? Totem Poles, Tourism and National Identity in Vancouver’s Stanley Park
Renisa Mawani
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“What is an Indian?”: Identity Politics in United States Federal Indian Law and American Indian Literatures
Eric Cheyfitz
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Undignified Details: The Colonial Subject of Law
Ravit Reichman
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Becoming-Animal and Pure Life in Coetzee’s Disgrace
Paul Patton
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Michael Ondaatje’s Anil’s Ghost and the Aestheticization of Human Rights
Manav Ratti
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Sovereignty and the Cinematic Image: Gary Snyder, The Civil Rights Act of 1968, and the Witnessing of Jurisdiction
Valerie Karno
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“From Many Peoples, Strength”: Towards a Postcolonial Law and Literature1
Isobel M. Findlay
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Power Politics and International Public Law: Lessons from Benito Cereno
Jason P. Gottlieb
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Juris-fiction: Literature and the Law of the Law
Peter Fitzpatrick
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Symbolic Violence: Law, Literature, Interpretation—An Afterword
Gary Boire
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Reviews

Nabil Matar Islam in Britain, 1558–1685.
Jim Ellis
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Susan Glickman. The Picturesque and the Sublime: A Poetics of the Canadian Landscape.
Klay Dyer
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Russell West. Spatial Representations and the Jacobean Stage: From Shakespeare to Webster.
Karen Walker
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Rocío G. Davis and Rosalía Baena, eds. Tricks with a Glass: Writing Ethnicity in Canada.
Guy Beauregard
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Other

Notes on Contributors
 
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Front Matter
 
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Back Matter
 
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