Aliens in Medieval Law: The Origins of Modern Citizenship

Aliens in Medieval Law: The Origins of Modern Citizenship By Keechang Kim
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2001 | 262 Pages | ISBN: 0521800854 | File type: PDF | 1 mb

In this original reinterpretation of the legal status of foreigners in medieval England, Keechang Kim proposes a radically new understanding of the genesis of the modern legal regime and the important distinction between citizens and noncitizens. Making full use of medieval and early modern sources, the book examines how feudal legal arguments were transformed by the political theology of the Middle Ages to become the basis of the modern legal outlook. This innovative study will interest academics, lawyers, and students of legal history, immigration and minority issues.

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