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Publications

Law as Record: the Death of Osama bin Laden
2016, Jothie Rajah, No Foundations: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Justice
Rule of Law Lineages: Heroes, Coffins, and Custom
2015, Jothie Rajah, Law, Culture, and the Humanities
Rule of Law as Transnational Legal Order
2015, Jothie Rajah, Cambridge University Press
Of Masks and Absences: Cause Lawyering in Singapore (Thiruvengadam & Rajah)
2014, Jothie Rajah, Wisconsin International Law Journal
Sinister Translations: Law’s Authority in a Post-9/11 World
2014, Jothie Rajah, Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies
Of Masks and Absences: Cause Lawyering in Singapore
2014, Jothie Rajah, Wisconsin International Law Journal
Language-and-Law Scholarship: An Interdisciplinary Conversation and a Post-9/11 Example (Mertz & Rajah)
2014, Elizabeth Mertz, Jothie Rajah, Annual Review of Law and Social Science
Flogging Gum: Cultural Imaginaries and Postcoloniality in Singapore’s Rule of Law
2014, Jothie Rajah, Law/Text/Culture
The Gulf between Promise and Claim: Understanding International Law’s Failure to Decolonise
2012, Jothie Rajah, 3 Transnational Legal Theory 285
Cover of Authoritarian Rule of Law: Legislation, Discourse and Legitimacy in Singapore Authoritarian Rule of Law: Legislation, Discourse and Legitimacy in Singapore
2012, Jothie Rajah, Cambridge University Press
Lawyers, Politics, and Publics: State Management of Lawyers and Legitimacy in Singapore
2012, Jothie Rajah, Cambridge University Press
Punishing Bodies, Securing the Nation: How Rule of Law Can Legitimate the Urbane Authoritarian State
2011, Jothie Rajah, Law and Social Inquiry
Southeast Asian Hindu Law
2009, Jothie Rajah, Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History
Muddling through Methodology
2009, Jothie Rajah, Sortuz: Oñati Journal of Emergent Socio-Legal Studies
Policing Religion: Discursive Excursions into Singapore’s Maintenance of Religious Harmony Act
2008, Jothie Rajah, Examining Practice, Interrogating Theory: Comparative Legal Studies in Asia
From Second Tongue to Mother Tongue: A Look at the Use of English in Singapore English Drama
1991, Jothie Rajah, Perceiving Other Worlds
Legal Discourse
Forthcoming, Jothie Rajah, Handbook of Critical Discourse Studies

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