One law for all? : Western models and local practices in (post-)imperial contexts / Stefan B. Kirmse (ed.).
- Frankfurt ; New York : Campus Verlag, 2012.
- Physical Description:
- 299 pages ; 22 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Kirmse, Stefan B. (Stefan Bastian), 1976-
- Introduction / Stefan B. Kirmse -- A step for the "whole civilized world"? : the debate over the death penalty in Russia, 1905-1917 / Benjamin Beuerle -- A new legal order under discussion : legal reform and the Loya Jirga in Afghanistan in the 1920s / Benjamin Buchholz -- Agents of knowledge transfer : western debates and psychiatric experts in late imperial Russia / Lena Gautam -- Tinterillos, Indians, and the state : towards a history of legal intermediaries in post-independence Peru / Carlos Aguirre -- The ties that bind : sovereignty and law in the late Russian empire / Jane Burbank -- Laws and courts as negotiating tools : marriage and divorce in Republican China, 1912-1949 / Xiaoqun Xu -- Dealing with crime in late Tsarist Russia : Muslim Tatars and the imperial legal system / Stefan B. Kirmse -- Entanglements and interactions within a plural legal order : the case of the Germany colony Cameroon, 1884-1916 / Ulrike Schaper -- De jure and de facto : the Penal Code of 1871 and juridical culture in Mexico City / Manuel de los Reyes García Márkina.
- 9783593394930 (acid-free paper)
3593394936 (acid-free paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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