lunes, 2 de mayo de 2011

Brian Tamanaha en el Doctorado de Derecho del Externado

Durante esta semana hará una serie de charlas en el Doctorado de Derecho de la Universidad Externado de Colombia el filósofo y sociológo del Derecho Brian Tamanaha profesor de la Universidad de St. John en New York. Tamanaha se ha convertido en una de las figuras más importantes de la sociología del derecho contemporánea y en uno de los herederos de la escuela del realismo jurídico estadounidense. Tamanaha ha sido profesor visitante en la Universidad de Columbia y en las Universidades de Princenton y Sidney aquí puede ver su página web y abajo sus publicaciones. Siglo del Hombre editores en conjunción con la Universidad de los Andes publicó en el 2007 un libro de Brian Tamanaha en conjunción con SallyEngle Merry y John Griffiths titulada Pluralismo Jurídico aquí.

Las clases se llevarán a cabo del 2 al 6 de mayo en el horario de 2 a 4 p.m., en el auditorio D-604 de la Universidad Externado


Law as a Means to an End: Threat to the Rule of Law (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2006)

The Perils of Pervasive Legal Instrumentalism, Montesquieu Lecture Series, Vol. 1 (Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers 2006)

On the Rule of Law: History, Politics, Theory (Cambridge University Press 2004)

A General Jurisprudence of Law and Society (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2001)

Realistic Socio-Legal Theory: Pragmatism and a Social Theory of Law (Oxford: Claredon Press 1997)

Bibliography on Law and Developing Countries (Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff 1995)

Understanding Law in Micronesia: An Interpretive Approach to Transplanted Law (Leiden: Brill Publishing Co. 1993)

Articulos y capítulos de libros (Varios de libre acceso):

The Primacy of Society and the Failure of Law and Development

“Law and Society,” In A Companion to Philosophy of Law and Legal Theory, 2nd edition, edited by Dennis Patterson (Blackwell Publishers, forthcoming 2009)

"A Holistic Vision of the Socio-Legal Terrain," in Journal of Law and Contemporary Problems, forthcoming 2008.

"On the Instrumental View of Law in American Legal Culture," in On Philosophy in American Law (Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2009), edited by Francis J. Mootz, III.

Understanding Legal Realism" Mayo 2008

Understanding Legal Pluralism: Past to Present, Local to Global," Sydney Law Review, Vol. 29, 2007

The Bogus Tale About the Legal Formalists" (April 2008).

The 'Dark Side' of the Relationship Between the Rule of Law and Liberalism," Vol. 33, NYU Journal of Law and Liberty, forthcoming 2008.

"Law", Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History, 2008

"The Realism of Judges Past and Present: A Challenge to the Assumptions and Orientation of the 'Judicial Politics' Field."

“The Contemporary Relevance of Legal Posivitism,” Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy (forthcoming 2007)

“A Socio-Legal Approach to the Internal-External Distinction; Jurisprudential and Legal Ethics Implications,” Fordham L. Rev. (forthcoming 2006)

“How an Instrumental View of Law Corrodes the Rule of Law,” DePaul L. Rev. (forthcoming 2006)

“Gap Problem,” Encyclopedia of Law and Society (Sage Publications 2006)

“The Tension Between Legal Instrumentalism and the Rule of Law,” 33 Syracuse J. of Int. L. & Commerce 131 (2005)

"The Rule of Law in the United States," in Asian Discourses of Rule of Law, edited by Randall Peerenboom (London: Routledge 2004)

"A Pragmatic Response to the Embarassing Problem of Ideology Critique in Socio-Legal Studies," in Renascent Pragmatism, edited by Alfonso Morales (Aldershot: Ashgate 2003)

"The Rule of Law For Everyone?" 55 Current Legal Problems 97 (2002)

“Sociology and Law,” Oxford Handbook on American Law (Oxford University Press 2002)

"Socio-Legal Positivism and a General Jurisprudence," 21 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 1 (2001)

"Legal Positivism," International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Elsevier Science)(anticipated publication 2001)

"Conceptual Analysis, Continental Social Theory, and CLS: A Response to Bix, Rubin, and Livingston," 32 Rutgers Law Journal (Camden) 281 (2000)

"A Non-Essentialist Concept of Legal Pluralism," 27 Journal of Law and Society 296 (2000)

"The View of Habermas From Below: Doubts About the Centrality of Law and the Legitimation Enterprise," 76 University of Denver Law Review 989 (1999)

"A Pragmatic Approach to Legislative Theory for Developing Countries," in Making Development Work: Legislative Reform for Institutional Transformation and Good Governance, edited by Robert Seidman, et al. (Hague: Kluwer 1999)

"Pragmatism in U.S. Legal Theory: Its Application to Normative Jurisprudence, Sociolegal Studies, and the Fact-Value Distinction," 41 American Journal of Jurisprudence 315 (1996)

"The Internal-External Distinction and the Notion of a Practice in Legal Theory and Socio-Legal Studies," 30 Law and Society Review 163 (1996)

"An Analytical Map of Social Scientific Approaches to the Concept of Law," 15 Oxford Journal of Legal Studies 501 (1995)

"The Lessons of Law and Development Studies" (Review Article) 89 American Journal of International Law 470 (1995), translated into Japanese and published in 44 Keio L.J. 227 (2006)

"The Folly of the Social Scientific Concept of Legal Pluralism," 20 Journal of Law and Society 192 (1993); reprinted in Sociological Perspectives on Law, edited by R Cotterrell (Ashgate 2001); reprinted in Law and Anthropology, edited by M. Mundy (Ashgate 2002); translated into Spanish and published in Nuevo Pensamiento Juridico(forthcoming 2006)

"Looking at Micronesia for Insights About Law and Legal Thinking," 41 American Journal of Comparative Law 9 (1993)

"The Issue of Politics and the Judge in the United States," 41 Ars Aequi 733 (1992)

"A Proposal for the Development of a System of Indigenous Jurisprudence in the Federated States of Micronesia," 13 Hastings International and Comparative Law Review 71 (1989)

"Post-1997 Hong Kong: A Comparative Look at the Meaning of 'High Degree of Autonomy,'" 5 China Law Reporter 163 (1989)

"Custom and Traditional Leaders Under the Yap Constitution," 10 University of Hawaii Law Review 81 (1988)

"A Critical Review of the Classified Information Procedures Act," 13 American Journal of Criminal Law 277 (1986)

"The Cost of Preserving Rights: Attorney's Fees and Intervenors in Civil Rights Litigation," 19 Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review 109 (1984)