wmq’s critical form on christopher tomlins’ freedom bound
Stumbled across this today, fresh of the press at the William & Mary Quarterly. Each contribution is available for free here.
Critical Forum. Tomlins, Freedom Bound: Law, Labor, and Civic Identity in Colonizing English America, 1580–1865
Julia Adams, ‘Clear, Hold, Build: Patriarchy and Sovereignty in the Colonization of Early English America’.
Tamar Herzog and Richard J. Ross, ‘Law, Labor, and Civic Identities in the British and Spanish Empires’.
Paul K. Eiss, ‘Indigenous Sovereignty under and after Spanish Rule’.
Richard White, ‘Legal Pluralism and Native Sovereignty’.
Stuart Banner, ‘Legal History, Inside and Out’.
Christopher Tomlins, ‘Freedom Bound: A Response to Readers’.
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