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Dr. Anat Rosenberg is an Assistant Professor (Lecturer) at the Radzyner Law School, The Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel. She had been a visiting research fellow at Columbia Law School, and is currently a visiting scholar at the Faculty of History at the University of Cambridge, and a visiting fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, the University of London. Her research brings together law, literature, sociology and cultural studies, to study the history of late modern capitalism.
Introduction; 1. Contract's Liberalism in Contracts Histories; Part I: From Status Foreword to Part I; 2.Credit and the Market: Vanity Fair and The Way We Live Now; 3. Contract and Abstraction(?): Agency in Ruth and Bleak House; 4. Contract and Freedom(?): Constrained Existence in Middlemarch and The Mayor of Casterbridge; Part II: With Status Foreword to Part II; 5. Status-to-Contract Reassessed: The Victorian Promise of Marriage; 6. Liberal Anguish: Wuthering Heights and the Structures of Liberal Thought; Epilogue: History is Always in the Future