Assembling spaces of justice chris butler and edward mussawir
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This book has its origins in a symposium we convened in December 2013 which aimed to explore the transdisciplinary possibilities of thinking about the spatial dimensions of justice. Oering a unique set of perspectives on the contours and interstices of law’s ‘spatial turn’, the essays collected here oer a series of ontological, historical, aesthetic, jurisprudential and political inquiries into just modes of inhabitance and the deeper conceptual connections between space, justice and juridical relations.