Number of items at this level: 36.
Public Nuisance and Private Purpose: Policed Environments in British India, 1860-1947.
London: SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 05/2011 .
Bartlett, Peter and Hamzić, Vanja
'Reforming Mental Disability Law in Africa: Practical Tips and Suggestions.'
University of Nottingham.
Neglected Duty: Providing Comprehensive Reparations to the Indonesian "1965 Victims" of State Persecution.
New York: ICTJ.
'Law, Literature, and the Problem of Politics in Medieval India.'
In: Lubin, Timothy and Davis, Donald and Krishnan, Jayanth, (eds.),
Hinduism and Law: An Introduction.
Cambridge University Press.
Gerteis, Christopher and George, Timothy S., eds.
Japan since 1945: from Postwar to Post-Bubble.
London and New York: Bloomsbury.
Beyond the Binary Equations of Sexual/Gender Experience: An Inquiry into Indonesian Selfhood and Polyversality.
In: Otherness, Subjectivity and Representation, October 2011, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland.
'Book Review: The Politics of Islamic Law: Local Elites, Colonial Authority and the Making of the Muslim State by Iza R. Hussin.'
LSE Review of Books
Indonesian Archipelagic Ipseities: Beyond Human Rights and Dichotomies of Personhood.
In: Queer at King's Lectures Series, December 2011, King's College London.
The Khwajasara Movement and the Challenge of Translocality.
In: 5th LAEMOS Conference, April 2014, Havana, Cuba.
On Muslim Sexual and Gender Diversity and Lifeworlds beyond Legal Form.
In: Law, Religion and LGBT Rights, July 2013, Brunel Law School, Brunel University.
Place, Power and Sexual/Gender Irony: Indonesian Archipelagic and Islandic Selves.
In: European Association of Social Anthropologists 12th Biennial Conference, July 2012, Nanterre, France.
Re-Centring Periphery through Non-Co-Operation: Khwajasara Movement and Limits of Global Law in Pakistan.
In: International Law and the Periphery Conference, February 2012, American University in Cairo.
Regendering the Nation: The Khwajasara Movement in Pakistan.
In: 18th Annual World Convention of the Association for the Study of Nationalities, 18-20 April 2013, Harriman Institute, Columbia University.
The Resistance from a “Third Space”: A Comparative Study of Pakistani and Indonesian Muslims beyond the Dominant Sexual and Gender Norms.
In: The Politics of Living Religion/Spirituality and Gender/Sexuality in Everyday Context Conference, May 2011, Novotel Hotel St Pancras, London.
'Review of Corrine Lennox and Matthew Waites (eds), Human Rights, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in The Commonwealth: Struggles for Decriminalisation and Change (Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London, 2013).'
Human Rights Law Review
'Review of Faisal Devji, Muslim Zion: Pakistan as a Political Idea (Hurst & Company, London, 2013).'
South Asia Research, 36
Sexual and Gender Diversity in the Muslim World: History, Law and Vernacular Knowledge.
(Islamic South Asia series)
(Sub)alternating Imperia?: Law, Justice and Gender/Sexual Politics in Pakistan and Indonesia.
In: Pro-Seminar on Gender in Postcolonial Legal Orders, Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard University.
(Sub)alternative Muslim Perceptions of Law and Justice: Beyond Politics of Fiqh and Inadequacy of Human Rights Discourse.
In: Queer Perspectives on Law: Sharing Reflections, SOAS Spring Queer Legal Theory Workshop, May 2011, SOAS, University of London.
The (Un)Conscious Pariah: Canine and Gender Outcasts of the British Raj.
In: Dogs, Pigs and Children: Changing Laws in Colonial Britain, September 2013, Centre for the Study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law, SOAS, University of London.
'The (Un)Conscious Pariah: Canine and Gender Outcasts of the British Raj.'
Australian Feminist Law Journal, 40 (2).
Unbecoming One: Legal Construction of Muslim Family in Indonesia.
In: Pro-Seminar on Gender in Postcolonial Legal Orders, June 2011, Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard University.
Understanding Crime in Islamic Jurisprudence and Muslim Societies (Part 1 of the author’s lecture series ‘Crime in Islamic Legal Tradition: A Reappraisal’).
In: Global Law and Economic Policy Workshop, Institute for Global Law and Policy (of Harvard Law School), January 2014, Hamad bin Khalifa University, Doha, Qatar.
'Unlearning Human Rights and False Grand Dichotomies: Indonesian Archipelagic Selves beyond Sexual/Gender Universality.'
Jindal Global Law Review, 4 (1).
Unlearning Human Rights and False Grand Dichotomies?
In: Human Rights Beyond the Law: Politics, Practices, Performances of Protest, September 2011, Jindal Global University, Sonipat and New Delhi, India.
Hamzić, Vanja and Mir-Hosseini, Ziba
Control and Sexuality: The Revival of Zina Laws in Muslim Contexts.
London: Women Living Under Muslim Laws.
'Property as Governance: Time, Space and Belonging in Australia’s Northern Territory Intervention.'
Modern Law Review, 76 (3).
'Droit Administratif Thai Style: A Comparative Analysis of the Administrative Courts in Thailand.'
Australian Journal of Asian Law, 8 (2).
121-154 [London: SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 13/2010].
'Brazil’s Maritime Claim: A Threat to UNCLOS?'
Yale Journal of International Affairs, 6 (1).
113-115 [London: SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 8/2011].
Menski, Werner F
Sanskrit Law: Excavating Vedic Legal Pluralism.
London: SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 05-2010.
Perry-Kessaris, Amanda and Anderson, Michael
Access to Environmental Justice in Bangalore: Legal Gateways in Context.
London: SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 04/2011 .
'Queer in the Time of Terror.'
In: Narrain, Arvind and Gupta, Alok, (eds.),
Law Like Love: Queer Perspectives on Law.
New Delhi: Yoda Press, pp. 43-66.
Unfinished Business: Peacebuilding, Accountability, and Rule of Law in Lebanon.
London: SOAS School of Law Research Paper No. 16/2010.
Tan, Carol G. S.
'How A "Lawless" China Made Modern America: An Epic Told in Orientalism, a review of Teemu Ruskola, Legal Orientalism: China, The United States and Modern Law (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2013) pp. 338 $39.95.'
Harvard Law Review, 128 (6).
Tan, Carol G.S.
How Dewi Became A Litigant: Migrant Domestic Workers as Litigants in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong: Southeast Asia Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong.
Yet Another Stan? Talibanisation and Islamic Radicalism in Balochistan and Southwest Asia.
In: Global and Regional Security Challenges in South Asia: What Future for Balochistan, 24 February 2013, The Royal Society, London.