1. An intellectual journey with William Twining: an interview Manuel Atienza and Raymundo Gama; Part I. Human Rights: 2. Resituating
Twining's discovery of Bentham's fragment on 'torture' amidst the twenty-first-century CE 'terror wars' Upendra Baxi; 3. Human
rights and traditional values Christopher McCrudden; 4. Southern voices in transitional justice: a critical reflection on
human rights and transition Fionnuala Ni Aolain; 5. Human rights and Latin American southern voices Oscar Guardiola-Rivera;
Part II. Globalizations: 6. Towards a socio-legal theory of indignation Boaventura de Sousa Santos; 7. Towards a cosmopolitan
pluralist theory of constitutionalism Gavin W. Anderson; 8. The state and constitutionalism in post-colonial societies in
Africa Yash Ghai and Jill Cottrell; 9. Comparative law, rights and the environment John McEldowney; 10. Homage and heresy
from a licensed subversive: theorising paradigm change in transnational economic regulation Jane Kelsey; 11. Digital thoughtways:
technology, jurisprudence, and global justice Abdul Paliwala; Part III. Legal Theory: 12. Twining on Llewellyn and legal realism
Frederick Schauer; 13. Theorizing as activity: transnational legal theory in context Peer Zumbansen; 14. Does global legal
pluralism need a concept of law? Roger Cotterrell; 15. How to do things with legislation, or, 'everything depends on the context'
David Miers; 16. How to do things with standards Jeremy Waldron; 17. Glimmers of an awakening within analytical jurisprudence
Brian Z. Tamanaha; Appendix. A bibliography of William Twining Penelope Twining.