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PART I: EUROPEAN LAW AND GLOBAL JUSTICE Global Justice and Regional Metaphysics: On the Critical History of the Law of Nature and Nations; I.Hunter Justice and Imperialism: On the Very Idea of a Universal Standard; D.Ivison PART II: TRANSPOSITIONS OF EMPIRE The Legalities of English Colonizing: Discourses of European Intrusion upon the Americas, ca. 1490-1830; C.Tomlins The Uses of the Rule of Law in British Colonial Societies in the Nineteenth Century; J.McLaren 'Your Sovereign and Our Father': The Imperial Crown and the Idea of Legal-Ethnohistory; M.D.Walters The Justification of King Leopold II's Congo Enterprise by Sir Travers Twiss; A.Fitzmaurice PART III: FRONTIERS OF JUSTICE Samuel Marsden's Civility: The Transposition of Anglican Civil Authority to Australasia; A.Sharp The Limits of Jurisdiction: Law, Governance and Indigenous Peoples in Colonized Australia; M.Finnane The Pig and the Peace: Transposing Order in Early Sydney; L.Ford William Pember Reeves (1857-1932): Lawyer-Politician, Historian and 'Rough Architect' of the New Zealand State; P.G.McHugh PART IV: THE CROWN IN COLONIAL NEW ZEALAND Sovereignty as Governance in the Early New Zealand Crown Colony Period; S.Dorsett Imperial Policy, Colonial Government and Indigenous Testimony in South Australia and New Zealand in the 1840s; D.Ward Law and Politics in the Constitutional Delineation of Indigenous Property Rights in 1840s New Zealand; M.Hickford
SHANNAUGH DORSETT is a Reader in Law at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. IAN HUNTER is an Australian Professorial Fellow at the University of Queensland, and Deputy Director of the Centre for the History of European Discourses, Australia.