56 Am. J. Legal Hist. [i] (2016)

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                        American Journal of

                        Legal History

                 Volume 56     Number 1    March 2016



       SPECIAL ISSUE: THE FUTURE OF LEGAL HISTORY

                              CONTENTS


Editorial
Introducing the Future of Legal History: On Re-launching the American
Journal of Legal History
Alfred L. Brophy and Stefan Vogenauer                                  I
Articles
The Future of Legal History: Roman Law
Ulrike Babusiaux                                                       6
The Future of the History of Medieval Trade Law
Albrecht Cordes                                                       12
Constitutional Meaning and Semantic Instability: Federalists and
Anti-Federalists on the Nature of Constitutional Language
Saul Cornell                                                         21
A Context for Legal History, or, This is not your Father's Contextualism
Justin Desautels-Stein                                               29
If the Present were the Past
Matthew Dyson                                                        41
For a Renewed History of Lawyers
Jean-Louis Halp~rin                                                  53
Is it Time for Non-Euro-American Legal History?
Ron Harris                                                           60
A Comparative History of Insurance Law in Europe
Phillip Hellwege                                                     66
Legal History as Political Thought
Roman J. Hoyos                                                       76
Constitution-making in the Shadow of Empire
Daniel J. Hulsebosch                                                 84

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