Law and Religion - Leading Works

Law and Religion - Leading Works

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Law and Religion - Leading Works brings together leading and emerging scholars in the field, primarily from the United Kingdom and Ireland. Each contributor has been invited to select and analyse a `leading work', a publication which has for them shed light on the way that Law and Religion are intertwined. The chapters are both auto-biographical, reflecting upon the works that have proved significant to contributors, and also critical analyses of the current state of the field, exploring in particular the interdisciplinary direction of the study of Law and Religion. The book also includes a specially written Introduction and Conclusion, which critically reflect upon the development of Law and Religion over the last 25 years and likely future developments in light of the reflections by contributors on their chosen leading works.
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  • Paperback | 240 pages
  • 171 x 248mm
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138698490
  • 9781138698499

About Celia G Kenny

Dr Russell Sandberg is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Cardiff University where he researches at the Centre for Law & Religion. He is the author of Law and Religion (Cambridge University Press, 2011) and Religion, Law and Society (Cambridge University Press 2014) and editor of Religion and Legal Pluralism (Ashgate, 2015). He is Managing Editor of ICLARS Series on Law and Religion, published by Ashgate.





Dr Celia Kenny is an ordained minister of the Church of Scotland and a Research Associate at the Centre for Law and Religion, Cardiff Law School. She is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin, the University of Edinburgh and the University of Cardiff, with degrees in Theology, Ethics, International Peace Studies, and Canon Law. She is presently co-Chair of the Irish Council of Christians and Jews.
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