law, interdisciplinary studies, journal, North Dakota, UND School of Law

Vol 1, No 1 (2011)

Perspectives

Perspectives.

In our inaugural edition Perspectives, we asked our contributors to respond to the topic word "perspective." We supplied no restraints on response to that topical motif.

We received responses, varying in form, on topics as diverse as law, literature, and culture

We invite you to join the ongoing conversation as Ian Ward, San Ford Levinson, Larry  Woiwode, and Patrick Gudridge explore  perspective both as it relates to law and to the lives we  live individually and collectively.

Table of Contents

Front Materials

Michael Brandon Lopez
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Articles

Multiculturalism and Great American West: Some Ruminations
Sanford Levinson
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Ian Ward
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Patrick Gudridge
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A Literary Guide to Litigation
Larry Woiwode
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Responses

Thomas Eske Rasmussen
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Subterranean Jurisprudence: Taking Students to the Abyss
Melanie Williams
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The Shifting Self: Understanding Law, Narrativity, and the Social Order, a Response to Professor Gudridge
Michael Brandon Lopez
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The Jury Knows How This One Ends: Popular Narrative Influence on Jury Trial Bias
Elif Sonmez
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