Second Study Space (2008), Bogotá/Medellín, Colombia

Multicultural Colombia: Urban & Rural Lands, Rights of Self-Governance and Cultural Difference

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review, 40 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 197 (2009)

Foreword

Learning from Bogota: An Intro­duction to the Study Space Articles
Colin Crawford


Articles

Public Spaces  in Bogota: An Introduction      
Nancy  Rhinehart


Extralegal Property, Legal Monism, and Pluralism     
Daniel Bonilla Maldonado


Squatters, Pirates, and  Entre­preneurs: Is  Informality the Solution to the Urban Housing Crisis?
Carmen  G. Gonzalez


Urban Informality as  a  Commons Dilemma
Sheila  R. Foster


Law, Extralegality, and  Space: Legal Pluralism And Land­scape from Colombia to Puerto Rico
Erika Fontanez Torres


Antagonizing Bogota
Troy E. Elder


Informal  Land  Subdivision and Real Estate Regularization: A Comparative Study Between Colombia and Brazil
Alexandre  dos Santos Cunha


The Key to Dreams: The  Law and the  Other City
Andree Viana Garces &
Juan  Felipe Pinilla  Pineda



University of Miami Inter-American Law Review, 41 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 1 (2009)

Articles

Ethics and Citizenship Culture in Bogota's  Urban Administration    
Mario Nogueira  de Oliveira


Gender,  Globalization and  Women's Issues in  Panama City:  A Comparative Inquiry
Elvia  R. Arriola


Notes

Federal Forfeiture and Money Laun­dering: Undue Deference to Legal Fictions and the Canadian Crossroads
Max M. Nelson


Manana, Manana: Trans-Cultural Perceptions of Time and  the Role of Polychronism in Latin American Legal Systems
Audrey  Pumariega