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26 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2001)

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Social Inquiry

Volume 26, Number 1, Winter 2001

SYMPOSIUM: Law, Religion, and Identity
Symposium Introduction: Law and Religion                         1
Winnifred Fallers Sullivan and Frank E. Reynolds
Law, Religion, and Public Health in the Republic of Brazil     9
Paul Christopher Johnson
Law and the Image of a Nation: Religious Conflict and Religious
Freedom in a Brazilian Criminal Case                            35
Eric W. Kramer
The Oppressed, the Suspect, and the Citizen: Subjectivity in
Competing Accounts of Political Violence                        63
Susan Bibler Coutin
A Conversation with Tibetans? Reconsidering the Relationship
between Religious Beliefs and Secular Legal Discourse           95
Rebecca R. French
Positivists and Buddhists: The Rise and Fall of Anglo-Burmese
Ecclesiastical Law                                             113
Andrew Huxley
The Common Place of Law
Out of the Ordinary: Law, Power, Culture, and the Commonplace  145
Naomi Mezey
Strategizing the Street: How Law Matters in the Lives of Women in
the Street-Level Drug Economy                                  169
Kay Levine and Virginia Mellema
David M. Rabban and the Libertarian Tradition That Time Forgot  209
Clyde Spillenger
Why Laws Work Pretty Well, but Not Great: Words and Rules in
Legal Interpretation                                           243
Lawrence M. Solan
Essentialism and Universalism in Gay Rights Philosophy: Liberalism
Meets Queer Theory                                             271
Carlos A. Ball
BOOK NOTES                                                     295

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