1. Editors’ Note
  2. Timothy Mitchell, Anupama Rao
  3. p. 223
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  1. “A Language Which Is Foreign to Us”: Continuities and Anxieties in the Making of the Indian Constitution
  2. Sandipto Dasgupta
  3. pp. 228-242
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  1. Rethinking Postcolonial Emergency: Constitutional Revolution and the Temporality of the Social in Sri Lanka
  2. Thushara Hewage
  3. pp. 243-259
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  1. Rebellion, Dacoity, and Equality: The Emergence of the Constitutional Field in Postcolonial India
  2. Rohit De
  3. pp. 260-278
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  1. Sex and Sectarianism: The Legal Architecture of Lebanese Citizenship
  2. Maya Mikdashi
  3. pp. 279-293
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  1. The Prerogative of Civilized Peoples: Apartheid, Law, and Politics
  2. Suren Pillay
  3. pp. 294-313
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  1. Courting the People: The Rise of Public Interest Litigation in Post-Emergency India
  2. Anuj Bhuwania
  3. pp. 314-335
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  1. Did you Kiss the Dead Body?: Visualizing Absence in the Archive of War
  2. Rajkamal Kahlon
  3. pp. 336-363
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  1. Palestine and Sovereign Violence
  2. Jeffrey Sacks
  3. pp. 368-388
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  1. For and against the Mediterranean: Francophone Perspectives
  2. Madeleine Dobie
  3. pp. 389-404
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  1. Sailing the Modern Episteme: Al-Ṭahṭāwī on the Mediterranean
  2. Alexis Wick
  3. pp. 405-417
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  1. Introduction: Postcolonial Legalism
  2. Partha Chatterjee
  3. pp. 224-227
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  1. Beginning with the Mediterranean: An Introduction
  2. Veli N. Yashin
  3. pp. 364-367
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 432-433
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