Tag Archives: Literature

From Cambridge University Press: Law and Literature (edited by Kieran Dolin) @CambridgeUP

ICYMI: Law and Literature (Kieran Dolin, ed., Cambridge University Press, 2018)(Cambridge Critical Concepts). Here from the publisher's website is a description of the books contents. Law and Literature presents an authoritative, fresh and accessible new overview of the many ways … Continue reading

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ICYMI: Gemmette on Law and Literature

ICYMI: Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette has published four very useful reference books and collections on law and literature, great additions to the law and literature scholar's bookshelf.Law and Literature: Legal Themes in Short Stories (Elizabeth Villiers Gemmette, ed., Praeger, 1992). Law … Continue reading

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Tasigna And Atherosclerosis-Related Diseases: A Snapshot Of The Medical Literature From Back In April 2013

Despite Evidence That Tasigna Accelerates Atherosclerosis, Novartis Does Little To Warn Doctors And Patients In The US   (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com)   In a recent article, "Tasigna Side Effects Include Ischemic Cerebrovascular Events, Ischemic Heart Disease, And … Continue reading

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New From Cambridge University Press: Law and Literature, edited by Kieran Dolan @CambridgeUP

Forthcoming from Cambridge University Press:Law and Literature (Kieran Dolan, ed. 2018). Here from the publisher's website is a description of the book's contents.Law and Literature presents an authoritative, fresh and accessible new overview of the many ways in which law … Continue reading

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Southampton Law School Accepting Applications for Doctoral Students in Law and Literature @UofSLawSchool

PhD Studentship: PhD in Law and LiteratureSouthampton Law SchoolLocation:  Highfield CampusClosing Date:   Thursday 15 February 2018Reference:  FBLA-LAW-009A large part of legal scholarship involves exposing the unacknowledged assumptions, biases and prejudices that those vested with legal authority rely upon, and their … Continue reading

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