2. Church, State, Resistance (Jean–Luc Nancy).
3. Constitutional Violence (David Bates).
4. Sovereignty, Exception, and Norm (Andrew Norris).
5. Undoing Legal Violence: Walter Benjamin s and Giorgio Agamben s Aesthetics of Pure Means (Benjamin Morgan).
6. The Normality of the Exception in Democracy s Empire (Peter Fitzpatrick and Richard Joyce).
7. Post–Apartheid Social Movements and the Quest for the Elusive ′New′ South Africa (Tshepo Madlingozi).
8. The Violence of Non–Violence: Law and War in Iraq (Samera Esmeir).
9. Performing Power: The Deal, Corporate Rule, and the Constitution of Global Legal Order (Fleur Johns).
10. Veiled Women and the Affect of Religion in Democracy (Stewart Motha)