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Thomas Duve, Heikki Pihlajamäki, Richard J. Ross (Beteiligte)

New Horizons in Spanish Colonial Law.

Contributions to Transnational Early Modern Legal History
Herausgegeben von Duve, Thomas; Pihlajamäki, Heikki
5. Aufl. 2015. 268 S. 210 mm
Verlag/Jahr: EPUBLI 2015
ISBN: 3-944773-02-0 (3944773020)
Neue ISBN: 978-3-944773-02-5 (9783944773025)

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Derecho indiano, Spanish colonial law, has been a vigorous subdiscipline of legal history since the early 20th century. In 1997, in his Nuevos horizontes en el estudio histórico del derecho indiano, Argentinian legal historian Víctor Tau Anzoátegui considers some hitherto neglected perspectives. What has been achieved since then ? What issues are being dealt with today ? In this volume, scholars from different parts of the Western world address several of the current challenges confronting derecho indiano.
Ross, Richard J.
Richard J. Ross is Professor of Law and History at the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign. His research interests center on the development of early American law in an Atlantic world and comparative early Modern framework. Work in this vein includes: "Legal Communications and Imperial Governance: British North America and Spanish America Compared," in The Cambridge History of Law in America, Vol. 1 (Cambridge, 2008); and Legal Pluralism and Empires, 1600-1850, co-edited with Lauren Benton (NYU Press, 2013). With Steven Wilf, he is at work on The Beginnings of American Law: A Comparative History (under contract, Yale University Press).

Duve, Thomas
Thomas Duve is the Managing Director of the Max-Planck-Institute for
European Legal History and Professor for Comparative Legal History at the
Goethe University Frankfurt. His research focuses on the legal history of the
early Modern Age and the Modern Era with particular interest in Ibero-
American legal history and the history of legal scholarship in the 20th

Pihlajamäki, Heikki
Heikki Pihlajamäki is Professor of Comparative Legal History at the University of Helsinki. His research interests include the history of colonial law, commercial law and procedural law.