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An introduction to how belonging and identity have been reflected, modified, and rearticulated in crucial moments throughout history.
Part I. Kinship: 1. Corporal union as performance of belonging; 2. The making of kin belonging; Part II. Law: 3. Territorial belonging and the law; 4. Religious identity and law; Part III. Politics: 5. The familial-political analogy; 6. Liberal iconoclasm; 7. Beyond the analogy: liberal alternatives; Bibliography.
Joseph E. David is Professor of Law at Sapir Academic College, Israel and a Visiting Professor at the Program in Judaic Studies and Law School at the University of Yale. His research focuses on Jewish Studies, Law and Religion, Legal History and Comparative Jurisprudence, on which he has published extensively.