ALPS Law Journal

JOURNAL of LAW, PROPERTY, and SOCIETY
VOLUME 1


1 Titles of Nobility: Poverty, Immigration, and Property in a Free and Democratic Society Joseph William Singer August 2014
2 The Modest Systemic Status of Property Rights AJ van der Walt November 2014
3 An Introduction to Conservation Easements in the United States: A Simple Concept and a Complicated Mosaic of Law Federico Cheever & Nancy A. McLaughlin May 2015

VOLUME 2


1 Public Space: Property, Lines, Interruptions Antonia Layard August 2016
2 Claims, Rights, Voices, and Spaces in the Global Indigenous Peoples Movement Rebecca Hardin and Kelly Askew November 2016
3 The Ongoing Indigenous Political Enterprise: What’s Law Got to Do with It? Dalee Sambo Dorough November 2016
4 Commentary on The Ongoing Indigenous Political Enterprise: What’s Law Got to Do with It? Philip J. Deloria November 2016
5 Commentary on The Ongoing Indigenous Political Enterprise: What’s Law Got to Do with It? Monica Hakimi November 2016
6 How the Subaltern Took Agency in the United Nations Jens Dahl November 2016
7 Commentary on How the Subaltern Took Agency in the United Nations Kiyoteru Tsutsui November 2016
8 Commentary on How the Subaltern Took Agency in the United Nations Bruce Mannheim November 2016
9 The Global Indigenous Peoples Movement: It’s Stirring in India Virginius Xaxa November 2016
10 Commentary on The Global Indigenous Peoples Movement: It’s Stirring in India Richard Tucker November 2016
11 Commentary on The Global Indigenous Peoples Movement: It’s Stirring in India Mayank Vikas November 2016
12 The Emerging Constitutional Indigenous Peoples Land Rights in Tanzania Kennedy Gastorn November 2016
13 Commentary on The Emerging Constitutional Indigenous Peoples Land Rights in Tanzania Daniel Halberstam November 2016
14 Commentary on The Emerging Constitutional Indigenous Peoples Land Rights in Tanzania Kelly Askew November 2016