The Making of Race and Place in Nineteenth-Century British Honduras

@article{Johnson2003TheMO,
  title={The Making of Race and Place in Nineteenth-Century British Honduras},
  author={Melissa A. Johnson},
  journal={Environmental History},
  year={2003},
  volume={8},
  pages={598 - 617}
}
How Does the Law Obtain Its Space? Justice and Racial difference in Colonial Law: British Honduras, 1821
How do certain social conflicts come to fall within the law? How does the law come to have its space? I argue that law emerged in British Honduras through a structure of racial differentiation. The
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Empire on Edge
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