The Religion & Culture Web Forum
"Critical Familism, Civil Society, and the Law"
by Don Browning (University of Chicago Divinity School)
This month's commentary is by Don Browning, the Alexander Campbell Professor Emeritus of Ethics and the Social Sciences, and is titled "Critical Familism, Civil Society, and the Law." It will run through the month of June, after which it will continue to be accessible through the Web Forum archive. We invite you to read through Professor Brownings's comments, as well as those of his formal respondents, Amy Laura Hall of Duke University Divinity School and Rebekah Miles, of the Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University.
- Read Don Browning's Commentary Don Browning, "Critical Familism, Civil Society, and the Law," 32 Hofstra L. Rev. (forthcoming 2003). Printed with the permission of the Hofstra Law Review Association.
- Read Invited Response by Amy Laura Hall
- Read Invited Response by Rebekah Miles
- The discussion for this Web Forum has been archived; read the postings here as a pdf.
- Web Forum Archive