Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law




About the contributors | text |


Struggles for Land and Political Power:

On the Politicization of Land Tenure and Disputes in Niger.

[Pages 1-22]

       Christian Lund | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Aboriginal Community Justice Groups and the Struggle for

Legal Pluralism in Australia.  [Pages 23-60]

       Paul Chantrill | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


‘Skeletal Legal Principles’:

The Concept of Law in Australian Land Rights Jurisprudence.

[Pages 61-88]

       Simon Chesterman | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


‘We Are Landowners’:

Territorial Autonomy and Land Tenure in the Jamaican

Maroon Community of Accompong.  [Pages 89-121]

       Werner Zips | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Leopold Pospisil:

A Critical Reappraisal.  [Pages 123-149]

       Mark Goodale | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


‘A Matter of Maintaining Peace’:

State Accommodation to Subordinate Legal Systems:

The Case of Fisheries along the Coromandel Coast of

Tamil Nadu, India.  [Pages 151-170]

       Maarten Bavinck | article (pdf) | article (htm) |


Book Reviews


Mahmood Mamdani, Citizen and Subject: Contemporary

Africa and the Legacy of Late Colonialism (1996).  [Pages 171-177]

       Barbara Oomen | review (pdf) |


Sharifah Zaleha Syed Hassan and Sven Cederroth, Managing

Marital Disputes in Malaysia: Islamic Mediators and

Conflict Resolution in the Syariah Courts (1997).  [Pages 179-181]

       Lawrence Rosen | review (pdf) |


Ahonagnon Noel Gbaguidi, Erbrecht an Grund und Boden in

Benin (1994).  [Pages 183-186]

       Gordon R. Woodman | review (pdf) |


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