CONTENTSList of FiguresNotes on ContributorsPrefacePart I: Human KindsIntroductionNan Goodman and Simon Stern1. Women: Politics, Culture, and the Law Joyce W. Warren2. "The Very Idea of a Slave is a Human Being in Bondage"Jeannine Marie DeLombard3. The Corporation and the Transformation of American CultureAaron Ritzenberg4. Deviance in Nineteenth-Century American Law and CultureTal Kastner5. Comparative Racialization and American Indian Identity in Nineteenth-Century AmericaCheryl Suzack6. The Legal Person: Tracing the History of a Forensic FictionSusanna L. BlumenthalPart II: A New ArchiveIntroductionNan Goodman and Simon Stern7. Law in Nineteenth-Century American PeriodicalsMichael H. Hoeflich8. Spectacular Judgments: Law and Disorder in the Nineteenth-CenturyVisual ImaginationJon Blandford9. Legal Language: Expansion, Consolidation, ResistanceRobert L. Tsai10. The Impersonation of Justice: Lynching, Dueling, and Wildcat Strikes in Nineteenth Century AmericaNorman W. Spaulding11. The Somers Mutiny and the American Ship of StateRobert A. FergusonPart III: Managing the HumanIntroductionNan Goodman and Simon Stern12. The Emergence of a Right to PrivacyMilette Shamir13. The Science of IdentitySimon A. Cole14. The American Prison, 1786-1860John Cyril Barton15. How Meetings Won the WestAndrea McDowell16. A Gatekeeping Nation: Asian Invasion and the Rise of Xenophobic Immigration LawEdlie Wong17. Fictions of Race and Personality: Nineteenth-Century Law and Mark Twain's Pudd'nhead WilsonTrinyan MarianoPart IV: Affective RelationsIntroductionNan Goodman and Simon Stern18. Civic Capacity and Participatory Citizenship in the Nineteenth CenturyUnited StatesYvonne Pitts19. "Vital Tissues of the Spirit": Constitutional Emotions in the Antebellum United StatesDoni Gewirtzman20. Beyond Belief: Religion, Law and Popular Culture in the "Forgotten Century"Deborah Whitehead21. Gothic Stories, Mens Rea, and the American Criminal LawLaura I. ApplemanIndex
Nan Goodman is Professor of English at the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.Simon Stern is Associate Professor and Co-Director of the Centre for Innovation Law & Policy at the University of Toronto, Canada.