Here are the publications by the research network co-convenors that have been developed as part of this project. These works theorise, discuss and probe the notion of legal materiality. Please contact us for a copy if you don’t have access.
– Kang & Kendall (2020) ‘Legal Materiality’, in M. Del Mar, B. Meyler & S. Stern (eds) Oxford Handbook for Law and the Humanities, Oxford University Press.
– Kang & Kendall (eds) (2019) Introduction. Special Issue on ‘Legal Materiality’ Law Text Culture, Vol. 23: 1-15.
– Kang (2019) ‘ What if all we can see are the parts, and there is not a whole: elements and manifestations of the making of law of ‘climate justice’ ‘ Law Text Culture Vol. 23: 138-170.
– Kendall & Clarke (2019)”The beauty…is that it speaks for itself’: Geospatial materials as a matter of evidence’ Law Text Culture Vol. 23: 91-118.
By H. Y. Kang:
– Kang (2018) ‘Law’s Materiality: Between Concrete Matters and Abstract Forms, or How Matter Becomes Material’, in A. Philipoopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Routledge Handbook for Law and Theory, Routledge.