Publications: Prof. Shai Lavi

Lavi, Shai. 2010. “Der Islam zwischen christlicher Tradition und jüdischer Geschichte. Das Beispiel ritueller Tierschlachtung in Deutschland nach 1945.” In Religionskonflikte Im Verfassungsstaat, edited by Astrid Reuter and Hans Kippenberg, 393–416. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht GmbH KG.

Lavi, Shai. 2009. “Unequal Rites: Jews, Muslims and the History of Ritual Slaughter in Germany.” In Juden und Muslime in Deutschland: Recht, Religion, Identitaet, edited by Shai Lavi and Jose Brunner, 164–184. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag.

Lavi, Shai. 2008. “How Dying Became a ‘life Crisis’.” Daedalus 137 (1) (January): 57–65. doi:10.1162/daed.2008.137.1.57.

Lavi, Shai. 2008. “From Bioethics to Bio-optics: The Case of the Embryonic Stem Cell.” Law, Culture and the Humanities 4 (3) (October 1): 339–351. doi:10.1177/1743872108093101.

Lavi, Shai. 2006. “Animal Laws and the Politics of Life: Slaughterhouse Regulation in Germany, 1870-1917.” Theoretical Inquiries in Law 8 (1) (January 10): 221–258. doi:10.2202/1565-3404.1149.

Lavi, Shai. 2006. “Autopoiesis, Nihilism and Technique: On Death and the Origins of Legal Paradoxes.” In Paradoxes and Inconsistencies in the Law, edited by Oren Perez and Gunther Teubner, 247–273. Oxford: Hart.

Lavi, Shai. 2005. The Modern Art of Dying: a History of Euthanasia in the United States. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press.

Lavi, Shai. 2003. “Euthanasia and the Changing Laws of the Deathbed: A Study in Historical Jurisprudence.” Theoretical Inquiries in Law 4 (2): 729–761.

Lavi, Shai. 2001. “The Problem of Pain and the Right to Die.” In Pain, Death, and the Law, edited by Austin Sarat, 137–160. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.



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