New Publication: Global Perspectives on Legal History 3

January 13, 2016

The Max Planck Institute for European Legal History recently published with "New Horizons in Spanish Colonial Law. Contributions to Transnational Early Modern History" (ed. by Thomas Duve and Heikki Pihlajamäki) the third volume of its series "Global Perspectives on Legal History":

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.

For more information about the volume which is available online in open access and as print-on-demand edition, please follow the link to the GPLH website in the right column or download the ePaper.

Soon to be published:

Osvaldo Moutin, Legislar en la América hispánica en la temprana edad moderna. Procesos y caraterísticas de la producción de los Decretos del Tercer Concilio (GPLH 4)

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