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To What Ends: Educational Reform Around The World, Robert F. Arnove Jan 2005

To What Ends: Educational Reform Around The World, Robert F. Arnove

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

Globalization and Education Symposium


Globalizing What: Education As A Human Right Or As A Traded Service?, Katarina Tomasevski Jan 2005

Globalizing What: Education As A Human Right Or As A Traded Service?, Katarina Tomasevski

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

Globalization and Education Symposium


The Globalization Of Multicultural Education, Margaret Sutton Jan 2005

The Globalization Of Multicultural Education, Margaret Sutton

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

Globalization and Education Symposium


Sacred Visions Of Law, Robert Tsai Jan 2005

Sacred Visions Of Law, Robert Tsai

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Around the time of the Bicentennial Celebration of the U.S. Constitution's framing, Professor Sanford Levinson called upon Americans to renew our constitutional faith. This article answers the call by examining how two legal symbols - Marbury v. Madison and Brown v. Board of Education - have been used by jurists over the years to tend the American community of faith. Blending constitutional theory and the study of religious form, the article argues that the decisions have become increasingly linked in the legal imagination even as they have come to signify very different sacred visions of law. One might think that …