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Revista jurídica de la Universidad Interamericana de Puerto Rico

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Spain in America / España en América

Author: Edward Gaylord Bourne

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Spain in America / Espana en America is a parallel text edition of the historical work written in English by Edward Gaylord Bourne (1904) and translated into Spanish by Rafael de Zayas Enriquez (1906). Professor Bourne provides a detailed account of the discovery and early exploration of the New World to the year 1580, followed by an outline sketch of the Spanish colonial system to the year 1821. The book will be useful to those interested in improving their reading comprehension of English or Spanish through study of an inherently fascinating subject presented at ample length.

Abortion Law in Transnational Perspective

Cases and Controversies

Author: Rebecca J. Cook

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

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It is increasingly implausible to speak of a purely domestic abortion law, as the legal debates around the world draw on precedents and influences of different national and regional contexts. While the United States and Western Europe may have been the vanguard of abortion law reform in the latter half of the twentieth century, Central and South America are proving to be laboratories of thought and innovation in the twenty-first century, as are particular countries in Africa and Asia. Abortion Law in Transnational Perspective offers a fresh look at significant transnational legal developments in recent years, examining key judicial decisions, constitutional texts, and regulatory reforms of abortion law in order to envision ways ahead. The chapters investigate issues of access, rights, and justice, as well as social constructions of women, sexuality, and pregnancy, through different legal procedures and regimes. They address the promises and risks of using legal procedure to achieve reproductive justice from different national, regional, and international vantage points; how public and courtroom debates are framed within medical, religious, and human rights arguments; the meaning of different narratives that recur in abortion litigation and language; and how respect for women and prenatal life is expressed in various legal regimes. By exploring how legal actors advocate, regulate, and adjudicate the issue of abortion, this timely volume seeks to build on existing developments to bring about change of a larger order. Contributors: Luis Roberto Barroso, Paola Bergallo, Rebecca J. Cook, Bernard M. Dickens, Joanna N. Erdman, Lisa M. Kelly, Adriana Lamačková, Julieta Lemaitre, Alejandro Madrazo, Charles G. Ngwena, Rachel Rebouché, Ruth Rubio-Marín, Sally Sheldon, Reva B. Siegel, Verónica Undurraga, Melissa Upreti.

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