In Religion and belief in United Kingdom employment law, Frank Cranmer discusses current problems in the relationship between religious manifestation and employment, with particular reference to the recent case-law.
Associate Professor Laura Carlson (Stockholm University)
Human history is marked by group and individual struggles for emancipation, equality and self-expression. This first volume in the Brill Research Perspectives in Comparative Discrimination Law briefly explores some of the history underlying these efforts in the field of discrimination law. A...
This article provides an analytical overview of major works on the topic of environmental governance in China, with a particular emphasis on studies examining policies during the reform era (post-1978).
In Religion and the Arts: History and Method, Diane Apostolos-Cappadona analyses the origins and methodological journey of this field though concerns with repatriation, museum exhibitions, and globalization, to offer an indispensable introduction to study of the field.
Joshua M. Moritz, University of San Francisco and The Graduate Theological Union
In this essay, Joshua Moritz shows how the conceptual landscape of theology been shaped by the history and philosophy of science, even as theology has informed the history and philosophical foundations of the natural sciences.
Richard Kyle Paisley, University of British Columbia; Riley T. Denoon, University of the Pacific; Theressa Etmanski, University of British Columbia; and Patrick Weiler, University of British Columbia
Transboundary Waters, Infrastructure Development and Public Private Partnership offers a cogent introduction to PPPs involving transboundary international waters which require particular attention given their huge potential for social and environmental impact.
‘What is art?’ is one of the classic questions that philosophy has addressed over the ages, from the ancients to today. A discussion of the primary literature of the field introduces a series of considerations used to shift the problem of definition onto new plane, one that is able to respond to...
Melissa Conley Tyler (Australian Institute of International Affairs), Rhea Matthews, Emma Brockhurst (Australian Institute of International Affairs)
Not long ago, the idea of think tank diplomacy would have provoked scepticism. But if a key aspect of diplomacy is how countries are seen abroad, official diplomats are not the only actors. In contexts as diverse as Syria, Myanmar and the South China Sea, think tanks exercise influence and...
Helge Årsheim, University of Oslo, and Pamela Slotte, Academy of Finland
Juridification of Religion? explores the extent to which developments currently taking place at the interface between law and religion in domestic, regional and international law can be conceptualized as instances of larger, multidimensional processes of juridification.