Articles of interest – October 26, 2015
Howard Friedman, Religion Clause
- Jean L. Cohen, Freedom of Religion, Inc.: Whose Sovereignty?, (October 19, 2015).
- Jean L. Cohen, Pluralism, Group Rights, and Corporate Religion: Reply to Critics, (Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy 2015 (44) 3).
- Carlos A. Ball, Sexuality, Third-Party Harms, and the ‘Live-and-Let-Live’ Approach to Religious Exemptions, (Law, Culture, and the Humanities, Forthcoming).
- Jessica M. Silbey, Picturing Moral Arguments in a Fraught Legal Arena: Fetuses, Photographic Phantoms and Ultrasounds, (Georgetown Journal of Gender and the Law, Vol. 16, No. 3, 2015).
- Serena Mayeri, Marital Supremacy and the Constitution of the Nonmarital Family, (California Law Review, Vol. 103, p. 1277, 2015).
From SSRN (Non-U.S. Law)
- Melissa Crouch, Negotiating Legal Pluralism in Court: Fatwa and the Crime of Blasphemy in Indonesia, (Gary Bell and Michael Dowdle (eds) Festschrift in Honour of MB Hooker. Singapore: ISEAS, Forthcoming).
- Virgemarie A. Salazar, The Caliphate in the Era of Nation-States, (October 7, 2014).
- Andrew F. March, Islamic Philosophy (Falsafa) and Law, (The Oxford Handbook of Islamic Law, eds., Anver M. Emon and Rumee Ahmed (Forthcoming)).
- Tim Cunningham, Monitoring Equality – Reflexive Regulation, Planning Systems, and the Role of Equality Law: Lessons from Northern Ireland, (The Equal Rights Review, Vol. Fourteen, (2015)).
- Ifran Hossain Mollah, Hindu Women’s Right to Property at the Crossroads: The Tension between Human Rights and Cultural Relativism, (Journal of Society and Change Volume VIII, No. IV, 1915).
- Mauro Gatti, Blasphemy in European Law, ( In M. Díez Bosch and J. Sànchez Torrents (eds), On Blasphemy (Blanquerna, 2015), pp. 49-64).
- Catherine J. Iorns Magallanes, Maori Cultural Rights in Aotearoa New Zealand: Protecting the Cosmology that Protects the Environment, (21:2 Widener Law Review 273-327, 2015).
- Eric Apar, The Perils of Doubt: Happiness, Epistemological Certainty, and Free Exercise Rights, 49 Valparaiso University Law Review 155-199 (2014).
- Angela C. Carmella, After Hobby Lobby: The “Religious For-Profit” and the Limits of the Autonomy Doctrine. 80 Missouri Law Review 381-449 (2015).
- Henry L. Chambers Jr., The Problems Inherent In Litigating Employer Free Exercise Rights, 86 University of Colorado Law Review 1141-1171 (2015).
- Donald H.J. Hermann, Defending the Public Good and Traditional Society: Non-Scriptural Religious Objections to Same-Sex Marriage, 49 Valparaiso University Law Review 1-37 (2014).
- Audra L. Savage, Turning the Other Cheek: The Persecution of the Christian Minority, 26 Florida Journal of International Law 373-397 (2014).