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Professor Ian Ward
Henry Foe's Dilemma2022
Professor Ian Ward
Masks, Mingling and Magic: Gibberish Law in the Age of Covid2022
Professor Ian Ward
The Last Roman King2022
Professor Ian Ward
Law, Literature and History2021
Professor Ian Ward
The Law of Bare Life2021
Professor Ian Ward
The Play of Law in Modern British Theatre2021
Professor Ian Ward
English Legal Histories2020
Professor Ian Ward
The ‘Great Matter’ of King Henry VIII2018
Professor Ian Ward
Writing the Victorian Constitution2018
Professor Ian Ward
The Trials of Lizzie Eustace: Trollope, Sensationalism, and the Condition of English Law2016
Professor Ian Ward
Uneasy Heads: The Play of Law and History in Brenton's 55 Days2016
Professor Ian Ward
Women, Law and John Stuart Mill2016
Professor Ian Ward
Informal Justice in England and Wales 1760-1914: The Courts of Popular Opinion2015
Professor Ian Ward
Impressions of Bagehot: A review of Frank Prochaska, The Memoirs of Walter Bagehot (Yale University Press, 2013)2014
Professor Ian Ward
Lord Mansfield: Justice in the Age of Reason [Book review]2014
Professor Ian Ward
Sex, Crime and Literature in Victorian England2014
Clare McGlynn
Professor Ian Ward
Would John Stuart Mill have Regulated Pornography?2014
Professor Ian Ward
Rape and Rape Mythology in the Plays of Sarah Kane2013
Professor Ian Ward
An Unfortunate Coincidence: Jews, Jewishness, and English Law2012
Professor Ian Ward
In Search of Healing Voices: Church and State in Charlotte Bronte's Shirley2012
Professor Ian Ward
Law and the Brontes2012
Professor Ian Ward
The Case of Beatrice Brooke: Fictions of Law and Marriage in Caroline Norton's Lost and Saved (1863)2012
Professor Ian Ward
The Perversions of History: Constitutionalism and Revolution in Burke's Reflections2010
Professor Ian Ward
Liang Luo
God, Terror and Law2009
Clare McGlynn
Professor Ian Ward
Judging Destricted2009
Professor Ian Ward
Law, Text, Terror2009
Professor Ian Ward
Legal Education and the Democratic Imagination2009
Clare McGlynn
Professor Ian Ward
Pornography, Pragmatism, and Proscription2009
Professor Ian Ward
Bricolage and Low Cunning: Rorty on pragmatism, politics and poetic justice2008
Professor Ian Ward
Emily Brontë and the terrorist imagination2008
Professor Ian Ward
Legal responses to trafficking in women for sexual exploitation in the European Union2008
Professor Ian Ward
The Rochester Wives2008
Professor Ian Ward
Towards a Poethics of Terror2008
Professor Ian Ward
Has devolution delivered? Bromley, C et al2007
Professor Ian Ward
Terrorists and Equivocators2007
Professor Ian Ward
The Case of Helen Huntingdon2007
Professor Ian Ward
Review of: The idea of a European superstate: Public justification and European integration2006
Professor Ian Ward
Shabina Begum and the headscarf girls2006
Professor Ian Ward
The culture of enlargement2005
Professor Ian Ward
Walter Bagehot: Critic, Constitutionalist, Prophet?2005
Professor Ian Ward
A Love of Justice: The Legal and Political Thought of William Godwin2004
Professor Ian Ward
Europe in Search of 'Meaning and Purpose'2004
Professor Ian Ward
Mythologies of English Constitutionalism2004
Professor Ian Ward
The English Constitution: Myths and Realities2004
Professor Ian Ward
A Critical Introduction to European Law2003
Professor Ian Ward
A decade of Europe? Some reflections on an aspiration2003
Professor Ian Ward
Justice, Humanity and the New World Order2003
Professor Ian Ward
The Abode of Moral Truth: William Godwin's 'Enquiry Concerning Political Justice'2003
Professor Ian Ward
The end of sovereignty and the new humanism2003
Professor Ian Ward
Identifying the European other2002
Professor Ian Ward
Imagining Human Rights2002
Professor Ian Ward
The echo of a sentimentae jurisprudence2002
Professor Ian Ward
Theaters of intention: Dramas and law in early modern England2002
Professor Ian Ward
An Ever Closer Union?: The Continuing Travails of the Peoples of Europe2001
Professor Ian Ward
Beyond Constitutionalism: The Search for a European Political Imagination2001
Professor Ian Ward
Culture, Nonsense and Rights: Contemplating the Human Rights Act2001
Professor Ian Ward
Fairyland and its Fairy Kings and Queens2001
Professor Ian Ward
Fiction and the law: Legal discourse in Victorian and modernist literature2001
Professor Ian Ward
Law, Literature and the Child2001
Professor Ian Ward
Universal Jurisprudence and the Case for Legal Humanism2001
Professor Ian Ward
A Charmed Spectacle: England and its Constitutional Imagination2000
Professor Ian Ward
A State of Mind?: The English Constitution and the Popular Imagination2000
Professor Ian Ward
Shakespeare and the Legal Imagination1999