Table of contents for Law, anthropology and the constitution of the social : making persons and things / edited by Alain Pottage and Martha Mundy.

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1. Introduction: the fabrication of persons and things Alain Pottage
2. Res Religiosae: on the categories of religion and commerce in Roman law Yan Thomas
3. Scientific objects and legal objectivity Bruno Latour
4. Legal fabrications and the case of 'cultural property' Tim Murphy
5. Ownership or office? A debate in Islamic Hanafite jurisprudence over the nature of the military 'fief', from the Mamluks to the Ottomans Martha Mundy
6. Gedik: a bundle of rights and obligations for Istanbul artisans and traders, 1750-1850 Engin Deniz Akarli
7. Losing (out on) intellectual resources Marilyn Strathern
8. Re-visualising attachment: an anthropological perspective on persons and property forms Susanne Küchler
9. Our original inheritance Alain Pottage

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