Law, Meaning, and Violence

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The Culture of Capital Punishment
David Von Drehle
"Perhaps the finest book ever written about capital punishment"
The Chicago Tribune
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Paper 2006 $36.95 Available Add Paper for "Among the Lowest of the Dead" to Cart
Ebook 2010 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Among the Lowest of the Dead"
1. Cover image for 'Among the Lowest of the Dead'
The Culture of Capital Punishment
David Von Drehle
"Perhaps the finest book ever written about capital punishment"
---The Chicago Tribune
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 2006 $36.95 Available Add Paper for "Among the Lowest of the Dead" to Cart
Ebook 2010 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Among the Lowest of the Dead"
Currently limited to: subject media_studies Media Studies x

The Law, Meaning, and Violence Series publishes books that explore the way meanings are constructed in law's narratives, that measures the connections among those narratives and institutions and practices of law, and that explore the ways those narratives, practices, and institutions embody and give voice to power and violence. While we are interested in books that take existing definitions of law seriously and explore them vigorously, we also invite works that expand and transcend existing definitions by either putting state law in context, by exploring new possibilities for world-creating normative orders, or by examining the lawlike elements of social practices.

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Law, Meaning, and Violence

The Law, Meaning, and Violence Series publishes books that explore the way meanings are constructed in law's narratives, that measures the connections among those narratives and institutions and practices of law, and that explore the ways those narratives, practices, and institutions embody and give voice to power and violence. While we are interested in books that take existing definitions of law seriously and explore them vigorously, we also invite works that expand and transcend existing definitions by either putting state law in context, by exploring new possibilities for world-creating normative orders, or by examining the lawlike elements of social practices.


Martha Minow, Harvard Law School
Austin Sarat, Amherst College

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Series Editors

Martha Minow, Harvard Law School
Austin Sarat, Amherst College


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