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Invisible Institutionalisms

Collective Reflections on the Shadows of Legal Globalisation

Editor(s): Swethaa S Ballakrishnen, Sara Dezalay
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Published: 28-01-2021
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 240
ISBN: 9781509930234
Imprint: Hart Publishing
RRP: £58.50
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About Invisible Institutionalisms

Taking its cue from theoretical and ideological calls to challenge globalisation as a dynamic of homogenisation – and resistance – as led from, and directed against, the Global North, this volume asks: what can we see when we shift the lens beyond a North–South binary?

Based on empirical studies of 'frontier-zones' of legal globalisation in India, Pakistan and Latin America, the book adopts an original format. Framed as a relational dialogue between newer as well as more prominent scholars within the field, from various cores through to postcolonial academic peripheries, it questions structural variables in the shadows of legal globalisation and how we as scholars build a space for critique.


“From table to text, Invisible Institutionalisms reads like a banquet, a night of serious drinking during which leading scholars of globalization unwind, expose their intellectual autobiographies, driving passions, anecdotes, engagements, positions and purposes. Intimate, innovative and revealing this deftly edited collection of habile conversations leads us into the dark heart of the labyrinth.” –  Peter Goodrich, Professor of Law and Director of the Program in Law and Humanities, Benjamin N Cardozo School of Law

“In the best tradition of law and society scholarship, this timely volume unearths what is often invisible in legal discourse, especially regarding law and globalization. Encompassing a range of thoughtful and engaged scholars, the ensuing dialectic leads to thoughtful ruminations on power, representation, struggle, and the place of the scholar.” –  Penelope Andrews, President of the Law and Society Association and Professor of Law, New York Law School

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