NUMBER 64 / 2011 / CONTENTS
About the Contributors | text (pdf) |
Access to Justice in Pemba City:
How Exploring Women's Lived Realities with
Plural Law Uncovers Programmatic Gaps. [Pages 1-31]
Legal and Judicial Pluralism in Namibia and Beyond:
A Modern Approach to African Legal Architecture?
Oliver C. Ruppel and Katharina Ruppel-Schlichting
Navigating Between Traditional Land Tenure and
Introduced Land Laws in Pacific Island States. [Pages 65-90]
Caught Between Different Legal Pluralisms:
Women who Wear Islamic Dress as the Religious
'Other' in European Rights Discourses. [Pages 91-120]
Who is Governing Food Systems?
Power and Legal Pluralism in Lobster Traceability.
Legal Pluralism and the Governability of Fisheries and
Coastal Systems. [Pages 149-172]
Pursuing Legal Pluralism:
The Power of Paradigms in a Global World. [Pages 173-202]
Deborah Isser (ed.), Customary Justice and the Rule of Law in
War-Torn Societies. Washington D.C.: United States Institute of
Peace Press (2011). [Pages 203-205]
Irene I. Hadiprayitno | review (pdf) |
© The Publishers of the Journal of Legal Pluralism and Authors, 2011. ISSN 0732-9113.