Monday, May 13, 2013
The Tragedy of Religious Freedom: Available Now
I'm pleased to announce that my new book, The Tragedy of Religious Freedom, is now available for purchase from Amazon (official publication date is June 1). Here is Harvard University Press's page for it. The book is specifically about the First Amendment religion clauses but it also involves more general questions about the relationship of legal theory and legal practice, and the tasks that legal scholars set for themselves. I hope that it will appeal to folks interested in those rangier questions as well as to readers with particular interests in religious freedom and conflicts among civil rights.
Here are the blurbs on the jacket:
“The Tragedy of Religious Freedom is a first-rate contribution to the law-and-religion conversation. This conversation—how to think about, and how to effectively protect in law, religious freedom in a constitutional democracy—is a lively and timely one, and DeGirolami is an impressive participant.”—Richard W. Garnett, Notre Dame Law School
“A sophisticated and thoughtful book, which offers fresh insights on a central question of religious liberty.”—Philip Hamburger, author of Separation of Church and State
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Posted by: Paul Horwitz | May 13, 2013 8:05:34 AM
wonderful, ordered it just now! I just moderated a university wide panel at USD about academic freedom in religious research institutions.
Posted by: orly lobel | May 13, 2013 12:53:33 PM
Thrilled to see all that all those hardworking hours by my next-door neighbor have finally made their way into this fine book. Congratulations, Marc!
Posted by: Adam Zimmerman | May 13, 2013 5:20:13 PM
Thanks, all. Orly, sounds very interesting. Adam, Loyola LA doesn't know yet just what a great person it is getting, but it will soon. I'll miss you.
Posted by: Marc DeGirolami | May 13, 2013 8:10:29 PM
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