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
REVIEW SECTION SYMPOSIUM
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
REVIEW ESSAYS
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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