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    Winnifred Fallers Sullivan,Robert A. Yelle,Mateo Taussig-Rubbo
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    Stanford Law Books; 1 edition (August 29, 2011)
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Many today place great hope in law as a vehicle for the transformation of society and accept that law is. .of the legal secular, and the challenges that lingering religious formations and other aspects of globalization pose for modern law's self-understanding.

Many today place great hope in law as a vehicle for the transformation of society and accept that law is autonomous, universal, and above all, secular. Bringing together scholars with a variety of perspectives and orientations, it provides a deeper understanding of the interconnections between law and religion and the unexpected histories and anthropologies of legal secularism in a globalizing modernity.

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Series Statement: The cultural lives of law. Bibliography, etc. Note . Rubrics: Religion and law Secularism. by Harriet Ziefert ; illustrated by Emily Bolam. ISBN: 9781593541743 (alk. paper) ISBN: 1593541740 (alk. paper) Author: Ziefert, Harriet. After Secular Law (The Cultural Lives of Law). 4 Mb) Donate Read.

Winnifred Fallers Sullivan is Professor of Law and Director of the Law, Religion, and Culture Program at SUNY . Robert A. Yelle is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Memphis

Winnifred Fallers Sullivan is Professor of Law and Director of the Law, Religion, and Culture Program at SUNY, Buffalo. Yelle is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Memphis. Mateo Taussig-Rubbo is Associate Professor of Law at SUNY, Buffalo. In light of globalization and of the ethnographic and comparative turns that have characterized many path-breaking legal and religious studies in recent years, the book's ethnographies, arguably, outshine the history. M. Christian Green, Journal of the American Academy of Religion

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Winnifred Sullivan, Robert Yelle, Mateo Taussig-Rubbo.

The cultural lives of law). Includes bibliographical references and index.

An Imprint of Stanford University Press. pages cm. - (The cultural lives of law). ISBN 978-0-8047-7536-6 (cloth : alk. paper). 1. Religion and law. 2. Secularism. IV. Series: Cultural lives of law. BL65.

This work gives special attention to the secularism of law, exploring how law became secular, the phenomenology of the legal secular, and the challenges that lingering religious.

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After Secular Law. By Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Robert A. Yelle, Mateo Taussig-Rubbo.

Many today place great hope in law as a vehicle for the transformation of society and accept that law is autonomous, universal, and above all, secular. Yet recent scholarship has called into question the simplistic narrative of a separation between law and religion and blurred the boundaries between these two categories, enabling new accounts of their relation that do not necessarily either collapse them together or return law to a religious foundation.This work gives special attention to the secularism of law, exploring how law became secular, the phenomenology of the legal secular, and the challenges that lingering religious formations and other aspects of globalization pose for modern law's self-understanding. Bringing together scholars with a variety of perspectives and orientations, it provides a deeper understanding of the interconnections between law and religion and the unexpected histories and anthropologies of legal secularism in a globalizing modernity.