Valverde’s Chronotopes of Law: Reflections on An Agenda for Socio-legal Studies

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    One of the fertility doctors I interviewed was interrupted by an international call from a US based commissioning parent who wanted her to chant the name of the family deity when the fertilized egg was implanted into the surrogate mother’s uterus.

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Correspondence to Prabha Kotiswaran.

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My grateful thanks to Peer Zumbansen and David Nelken for their generous comments on this review.

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Kotiswaran, P. Valverde’s Chronotopes of Law: Reflections on An Agenda for Socio-legal Studies. Fem Leg Stud 23, 353–359 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10691-015-9300-x

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Keywords

  • Legal Scholar
  • Postcolonial Theory
  • Western Modernity
  • Political Persuasion
  • Governance Setting