Personale docente

Livia Sorrentino Holden

Professore ordinario

M-DEA/01

Indirizzo: VIA M. CESAROTTI, 10/12 - PADOVA . . .

E-mail: livia.holden@unipd.it

  • Il Lunedi' dalle 17:00 alle 19:00
    presso Sede di Padova, oppure sede di Rovigo durante il corso di antropologia culturale.
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Holden, Livia ed. Law and Governance in Gilgit Baltistan, special issue (in preparation)

5) Holden, Livia ed. (2014 and 2015) Legal Pluralism and Governance in South Asia and in the Diasporas, London: Routledge (hardback edition).

4) Holden, Livia ed. (2013) Legal Pluralism and Governance in South Asia and in the Diasporas, Journal of Legal Pluralism 45, 1.

3) Holden, Livia and Mehdi R. eds., (2011) Law and Corruption, Journal of Law and Social Research (special issue)

2) Holden, Livia ed. (2011 and 2012 paperback) Cultural Expertise and Litigation: Patterns, Conflicts, Narratives. London: Routledge.

1) Holden, Livia (2008) Hindu Divorce: A Legal Anthropology, Aldershot: Ashgate.

Films and Multimedia

5) Holden, Marius and Holden, Livia (2013) Lady-Judges of Pakistan, documentary-film in English and Urdu with English subtitles, 3 versions (29, 54, and 75 min.), Gold Coast: Insights.

4) Holden, Marius, Holden, Livia, and Manfredonia, Lionello, (2006) Doing nothing successfully, documentary-film (55 min). Gold Coast: Insights.

3) Holden, Marius, Holden, Livia and Manfredonia, Lionello (2005) Experimenting collaborative visual anthropology, documentary film in English and Italian with English subtitles (15 min.), Gold Coast: Insights.

2) Holden, Marius and Holden, Livia and Manfredonia, Lionello (2004) The paper monster, documentary-film in Italian with English subtitles, 10 min, Gold Coast: Insights.

1) Holden, Marius and Holden, Livia (2000) Runaway wives. Customary divorce and remarriage in Shivpuri district (Madhya Pradesh-India), Melbourne: Access Studio, 40 min. documentary in Hindi with English subtitles.

Journal articles and book chapters

Holden, Livia (under review) ‘Lady-Judges of Pakistan: Human Rights, Justice, and Professionalism’

13) Holden, Livia and Azam Chaudhary (2013) ‘Daughter’s Inheritance, Legal Pluralism, and Governance in Pakistan’, in Holden, Livia ed. Legal Pluralism and Governance in South Asia and in the Diasporas, special issue for the Journal of Legal Pluralism 45,1, 104-123. (A)

12) Holden, Livia (2013) Introduction in Holden, Livia ed. Legal Pluralism and Governance in South Asia and in the Diasporas, special issue for the Journal of Legal Pluralism 45,1, 1-4.

11) Holden, Livia (2011) ‘Introduction: Reflexivity, Culture, and Ethics’, in Cultural Expertise and Litigation: Patterns, Conflicts, Narratives, Holden, Livia ed., London: Routledge.

10) Holden, Livia (2012) ‘Divorce at the Woman’s Initiative in South Asia and in the Diasporas’ in Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam, Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski, Jørgen Choler Nielsen (eds.), DJØF: Copenhagen.

9) Holden, Livia (2012) ‘Religion, Tradition, and Gender : Arguments for Divorce in South Asia and in the Diasporas’, in Bulfoni, C. (ed.), Tradizioni religiose e trasformazioni dell'Asia contemporanea, Milano-Roma, Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana-Bulzoni, Asiatica Ambrosiana, 4.

8) Holden, Livia (2011) ‘Expert Report Writing: Professional Commitments and Legal Outcomes’, in Cultural Expertise and Litigation: Patterns, Conflicts, Narratives, Holden, Livia ed., London: Routledge.

7) Hannken-Illjes, Kati, Holden, Livia, Kozin, Alexander and Scheffer Thomas (2007) ‘Trial and error: Failing and learning in criminal proceedings’, International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 20/2, 159-160. (A)

6) Holden, Livia and Tortora, Giovanni (2007) ‘Corrupted files: cross-fading defence strategies of a Vesuvian defence lawyer’, in Anthropology of co