Publications

2021

1.
Collin, P.; Foljanty, L.; Yazici Caglar, Z.: Berufsrichter. In: Konfliktlösung im 19.und 20. Jahrhundert (Handbuch zur Geschichte der Konfliktlösung in Europa, Band 4), S. 111 - 125 (Hg. Collin, P.). Springer, Berlin (2021)
2.
Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.: Introduction. In: Planting Parliaments in Eurasia, 1850 1950. Concepts, Practices, and Mythologies, S. 1 - 12 (Hg. Sablin, I.; Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.). Routledge, London ; New York (2021)
3.
Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.: The 22 Frimaire of Yuan Shikai. Privy councils in the constitutional architectures of Japan and China, 1887–1917. In: Planting Parliaments in Eurasia, 1850 1950. Concepts, Practices, and Mythologies, S. 150 - 187 (Hg. Sablin, I.; Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.). Routledge, London ; New York (2021)
4.
Kono, Y.: Montesquieu vs. Bagehot. Two Visions of Parliamentarism in Japan (translated by Egas Moniz Bandeira). In: Planting Parliaments in Eurasia, 1850 1950. Concepts, Practices, and Mythologies, S. 53 - 74 (Hg. Sablin, I.; Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.). Routledge, London ; New York (2021)
5.
Sablin, I.; Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.; Badagarov, J.; Dorn, M.; Sodnomova, I.: Duma, yuan, and beyond. Conceptualizing parliaments and parliamentarism in and after the Russian and Qing Empire. In: Planting Parliaments in Eurasia, 1850 1950. Concepts, Practices, and Mythologies, S. 13 - 52 (Hg. Sablin, I.; Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.). Routledge, London ; New York (2021)
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Sablin, I.; Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E. (Hg.): Planting Parliaments in Eurasia, 1850 1950. Concepts, Practices, and Mythologies. Routledge, London ; New York (2021), ix, 321 S.

2020

7.
Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.: Between Chaos and Liberty. Chinese Uses of the French Revolution of 1789. In: Alternative Representations of the Past. The Politics of History in Modern China, S. 119 - 147 (Hg. Chan, Y.-K.; Chen, F.). De Gruyter Oldenbourg, Berlin (2020)
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Bender de Moniz Bandeira, E.: From Dynastic Cycle to Eternal Dynasty. The Japanese Notion of Unbroken Lineage in Chinese and Korean Constitutionalist Debates, 1890–1911. Global Intellectual History, S. 1 - 16 (2020)

2019

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Yazici Caglar, Z.: Comparative Legal History – But How? Rechtsgeschichte - Legal History Rg 27, S. 241 - 243 (2019)

2018

10.
Aydin, M. B.: Legal Receptions, Legal Academia and Islamic Legal Thinking in 19th- and 20th-century Egypt [Review of: Leonard Wood, Islamic Legal Revival: Reception of European Law and Transformations in Islamic Legal Thought in Egypt, 1875–1952, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2016]. Rechtsgeschichte - Legal History Rg 26, S. 457 - 459 (2018)

2016

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Foljanty, L.: Translators: Mediators of Legal Transfers. Rechtsgeschichte - Legal History Rg 24, S. 120 - 121 (2016)
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Foljanty, L.: Zur Problematik der Übersetzung richterlicher Methoden: Frankreich und Japan im 19. Jahrhundert. Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte. Germanistische Abteilung 133, S. 499 - 515 (2016)

2015

13.
Foljanty, L.
Legal Transfer as Cultural Translation: On the Consequences of a Metaphor
Max Planck Institute for European Legal History Research Papers Series No. 2015-09
14.
Foljanty, L.
Book Review: Pär Kristoffer Cassel, Grounds of Judgment. Extraterritoriality and Imperial Power in Nineteenth-Century China and Japan, 2012
in: Kokka Gakkai Zasshi, Bd. 128 (2015), Heft 1-2
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