36 Law & Soc. Inquiry [i] (2011)

handle is hein.journals/lsociq36 and id is 1 raw text is: Law &
Social Inquiry
Volume 36, Number 1, Winter 2011
ARTICLES
El Tituto en la Mano: The Impact of Titling Programs on Low-Income
Housing in Texas Colonias                                           1
Peter M. Ward, Flavio de Souza, Cecilia Giusti, and Jane E. Larson
Sentimental Frauds                                                 83
Simon Stem
Symposium: Law and the Problematics of Indigenous Authenticities
Introduction: Law and the Problematics of Indigenous Authenticities  115
Nicholas Buchanan and Eve Darian-Smith
Kumarangk (Hindmarsh Island) and the Politics of Natural Justice
under Settler-Colonialism                                       125
Robert van Krieken
Law and Ojibwe Indian Traditional Cultural Property in
the Organized Resistance to the Crandon Mine in Wisconsin       151
Larry Nesper
Colonial Traditions, Co-optations, and Mi'kmaq Legal Consciousness  171
L. Jane McMillan
Hopi Tradition as Jurisdiction: On the Potentializing Limits of
Hopi Sovereignty                                                201
Justin B. Richland
REVIEW ESSAYS                                                     235
Packer in Context: Formalism and Fairness in the Due Process Model  237
Hadar Aviram
Libertarian Paternalism, Externalities, and the Spirit of Liberty:
How Thaler and Sunstein Are Nudging Us toward an
Overlapping Consensus                                           263
Anuj C. Desai
A Vision of Social-Legal Change: Rescuing Ehrlich from Living Law  297
Brian Z. Tamanaha
BOOK NOTES                                                        319

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