By Olivia Barr
Law strikes, even if we observe or no longer. Set among a spatial flip within the humanities, and jurisprudence extra particularly, this ebook demands a better cognizance to felony stream, in either its technical and fabric types. regardless of quite a few methods the spatial flip has been taken up in felony suggestion, questions of legislations, move and its materialities are too usually neglected. This ebook addresses this oversight, and it does so via an realization to the materialities of felony circulation. being attentive to how legislation strikes throughout diversified colonial and modern areas, this booklet finds there's a challenge with universal law’s position.
Primarily set within the postcolonial context of Australia – even supposing ranging past this nationalised topography, either spatially and temporally – this e-book argues flow is prime to the very phrases of universal law’s lifestyles. How, then, could we circulation good? Explored via examples of strolling and burial, this e-book responds to the problem of ways to reside with a modern type of colonial felony inheritance via arguing we needs to take heavily the problem of dwelling with legislations, and imagine extra rigorously approximately its spatial productions, and place-making actions. Unsettling position, this booklet returns the query of circulation to jurisprudence.
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A Jurisprudence of Movement: Common Law, Walking, Unsettling Place (Space, Materiality and the Normative) by Olivia Barr