Contested states examines how hegemony is created and facilitated through law as well as how people use legal arenas to resist oppression the essays written by anthropologists and historians offer rich historical and ethnographic detail as they engage these themes in such contexts as colonial and post colonial courts in kenya india uganda and the caribbean bureaucracies in tonga and . Get this from a library contested states law hegemony and resistance mindie lazarus black susan f hirsch explores how men and women invoke law in their struggles to resist gender racial religious ethnic and class based domination the essays in this collection written by anthropologists and . Fineman and pappas law libraries frederick s pardee management library howard gotlieb archival research center mugar memorial library music library pikering educational resources library school of theology library science engineering library stone science library. T1 contested states t2 law hegemony and resistance au lazarus black mindie au hirsch susan f a2 harrington christine a2 brigham john py 1994 y1 1994 m3 book t3 after the law a series on law in society bt contested states pb routledge cy new york er . Contested states explores how men and women invoke law in their struggles to resist gender racial ethnic religious and class based domination the essays in this collection vividly demonstrate peoples capacity to rework the content meaning and processes of law the book examines how hegemony is created and facilitated through law as well as how subordinate peoples use legal arenas to
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