Anthropology and law provides a comprehensive overview of the anthropology of law in the post cold war era mark goodale introduces the central problems of the field and builds on the legacy of its intellectual history while a foreword by sally engle merry highlights the challenges of using the law to seek justice on an international scale. Sally engle merry is silver professor and professor of anthropology at new york university she is also associate department chair faculty co director of the center for human rights and global justice at the new york university school of law and past president of the american ethnological society. Anthropology and law mark goodale sally engle merry published by nyu press goodale mark merry engle anthropology and law a critical introduction. Anthropology and law mark goodale sally engle merry published by nyu press goodale mark merry engle anthropology and law a critical introduction. Mark goodale foreword by sally engle merry new york ny new york university of lausanne professor of cultural and social anthropology mark goodales previous scholarly writings establish a solid background for this book rightly subtitled a critical introduction but perhaps a collage of recognizable images could convey the
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