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The Oxford handbook of European legal history /
edited by Heikki Pihlajamäki, Markus D. Dubber, Mark Godfrey.
edition
First edition.
imprint
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
description
xvii, 1192 pages ; 26 cm.
ISBN
0191827428, 0198785526, 9780191827426, 9780198785521
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Book
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series title
series title
imprint
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018.
isbn
0191827428
0198785526
9780191827426
9780198785521
contents note
Approaches to European legal history : historiography and methods -- The ancient law and the early Middle Ages -- The law in the high and late Middle Ages : the learned ius commune and the vernacular laws -- European law in the early modern periods : fields of law and the changing scholarship -- European law in the early modern period : the age of expansion -- The nineteenth century and beyond : the emergence of modern law.
The world historical significance of European legal history: an interim report / James Q. Whitman -- The invention of national legal history / Joachim Rückert -- The birth of European legal history / Randall Lesaffer -- Abandoning the nationalist framework: comparative legal history / Kjell å. Modéer -- Global legal history: setting Europe in perspective / Thomas Duve -- Ancient Greek law / Michael Gagarin -- Early Roman law and the West: a reversal of grounds / Pier Giuseppe Monateri -- Classical and post-classical Roman law: the legal actors and the sources / Paul du Plessis -- Institutions of ancient Roman law / Luigi Capogrossi Colognesi -- Byzantine law: the law of the new Rome / Bernard Stolte -- Germanic law / Karl Schoemaker -- Western canon law in the central and later middle ages / Peter D. Clarke -- Structure of medieval Roman law: institutions, sources, and methods / Jan Hallebeek -- Substance of medieval Roman law: the development of private law / Thomas Rüfner -- Southern Europe (Italy, Iberian Peninsula, France) / António Manuel Hespanha -- Holy Roman Empire of the German nation / Mathias Schmoeckel -- High and late medieval Scandinavia: codified vernacular law and learned legal influences / Mia Korpiola -- Customary law and the influence of the Ius Commune in high and late medieval east central Europe / Mia Korpiola -- The beginnings of the English common law (to 1350) / Paul Brand -- The Scottish common law: origins and development, c. 1124-c.1500 / Andrew R.C. Simpson -- Urban law: the law of Saxony and Magdeburg / Heiner Lück -- Extral-legal and legal conflict management among long-distance traders (1250-1650) / Albrecht Cordes and Philipp Höhn -- Feudal law / Dirk Heirbaut -- Legal scholarship: the theory of sources and methods of law / Jan Schröder -- Natural law in early modern legal thought / David Ibbetson -- Law and the Protestant Reformation / John Witte, Jr. -- Law of property and obligations: neoscholastic thinking and beyond / Wim Decock -- Criminal law: before a state monopoly / Massimo Meccarelli -- Civil procedural law, the judiciary, and legal professionals / Alain Wijffels -- Jurisidiction, political authority, and territory / Ulrike Müßig -- Public law before 'public law' / Bernardo Sordi -- The law of the Holy Roman Empire of the German nation / Peter Oestmann -- French law and its expansion in the early modern period / Heikki Pihlajamäki -- English law and its expansion / Marianna Muravyeva -- Colonial and indigenous 'laws' -- the case of Britain's empires, c.1750-1850 / Mark Hickford -- The age of codification and legal modernization in private law / Jean-Louis Halpérin -- Legal formalism and its critics / Hans-Peter Haferkamp -- The constitutional state / Dieter Gosewinkel -- A more elevated patriotism: the emergence of international and comparative law (nineteenth century) / Martti Koskenniemi and Ville Kari -- The law of the welfare state / Bruno Aguilera-Barchet -- The law of obligations: the Anglo-American perspective / Michael Lobban -- Colonial criminal law and other modernities: European criminal law in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries / Markus D. Dubber -- European twentieth-century dictatorship and the law / Michael Stolleis -- Communism and the law / Yoram Gorlizki -- The law of the European Union in historical perspective / Peter Linseth.
general note
Series statement from jacket.
abstract
This handbook provides a broad overview of the development of European legal history from Ancient Greece to the twenty-first century. It engages with current research questions in international scholarship, and, in addition to Europe's heartland, details the history of its geographical 'fringes', such as Scandinavia and Eastern Europe.
catalogue key
12017159
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.

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