Austin Sarat, Editor
The Cultural Lives of Law series brings insights and approaches from cultural studies to law and tries to secure for law a place in cultural analysis. Books in the series focus on the production, interpretation, consumption, and circulation of legal meanings. They take up the challenges posed as boundaries collapse between as well as within cultures, and as the circulation of legal meanings becomes more fluid. They also attend to the ways law's power in cultural production is renewed and resisted.
The Affective Life of Law: Legal Modernism and the Literary Imagination Ravit Reichman 2009
Fault Lines: Tort Law as Cultural Practice Edited by David M. Engel and Michael McCann 2008
Lex Populi: The Jurisprudence of Popular Culture William P. MacNeil 2007
The Cultural Lives of Capital Punishment: Comparative Perspectives Edited by Austin Sarat and Christian 2005