Articles of interest – February 23, 2015
Howard Freidman, Religion Clause
- Pamela Foohey, When Faith Falls Short: Bankruptcy Decisions of Churches,(February 13, 2015).
- Laura Marie Winocur, Competing Visions of the Modern Secular State in Law and Policy, (February 12, 2015).
- Robert T. Miller, Experience Explained: Review of David Skeel’s “True Paradox”, (U Iowa Legal Studies Research Paper No. 15-02, Jan. 2015).
- Mattheew P. Cavedon, Mere Ultramontanism, (December 14, 2013).
- Mark Cammack, Adriaan Bedner & Stijn Van Huis, Democracy, Human Rights, and Islamic Family Law in Post-Soeharto Indonesia, (New Middle Eastern Studies, Forthcoming).
- Ronald Turner, Title VII and the Roberts Court’s Worldview Supremacy, (65 Labor Law Journal 149 (Fall 2014)).
- Hamed Ghoddusi & Sajjad Khoshroo, Islamic Finance and the Energy Sector,(February 16, 2015).
- Ari Z. Bryen, Martyrdom, Rhetoric, and the Politics of Procedure, (Classical Antiquity, Vol. 33, Issue 2, pp. 243–280 (2014)).
- Zachary R. Calo, Carhart Lecture Series. Christianity, Islam, and Secular Law, 39 Ohio Northern University Law Review 879-900 (2013).
- Michelle A. McKinley, Standing On Shaky Ground: Criminal Jurisdiction and Ecclesiastical Immunity In Seventeenth-Century Lima, 1600-1700, 4 UC Irvine Law Review 141-174 (2014).
- Lena Salaymeh, Every Law Tells A Story: Orthodox Divorce In Jewish and Islamic Legal Histories, 4 UC Irvine Law Review 19-63 (2014).
- Christopher Tomlins, Demonic Ambiguities: Enchantment and Disenchantment in Nat Turner’s Virginia, 4 UC Irvine Law Review 175-202 (2014).