Dr Roshan de Silva-Wijeyeratne

Staff

DepartmentWestminster Law School

Research outputs

Disruption, temporality, law: the future of law and society scholarship?
Peters, T., de Silva-Wijeyeratne, R. and Flood, J. 2017. Disruption, temporality, law: the future of law and society scholarship? Griffith Law Review. 26 (4), pp. 459-468. doi:10.1080/10383441.2017.1576378

Managing Religion and Difference: Ancient Constitutionalism in the Theravāda Buddhist Tradition and the Transformative Impact of the Modernist and Post-Colonial Turn
de Silva-Wijeyeratne, R. Managing Religion and Difference: Ancient Constitutionalism in the Theravāda Buddhist Tradition and the Transformative Impact of the Modernist and Post-Colonial Turn. in: Handbook on Constitutions and Religion Edward Elgar.

Buddhist cosmological forms and the situation of total terror in Sri Lanka’s ethnic civil war
de Silva-Wijeyeratne, R. Buddhist cosmological forms and the situation of total terror in Sri Lanka’s ethnic civil war. in: Kapferer, B. (ed.) State, Resistance, Transformation: Anthropological Perspectives on the Dynamics of Power in Contemporary Global Realities London Sean Kingston Publishing. pp. 231-264

The Mandala State in Pre-British Sri Lanka: The Cosmographical Terrain of Contested Sovereignty in the Theravada Buddhism Tradition
de Silva-Wijeyeratne, R. 2014. The Mandala State in Pre-British Sri Lanka: The Cosmographical Terrain of Contested Sovereignty in the Theravada Buddhism Tradition. in: Wagner, A. and Sherwin, R.K. (ed.) Law, Culture and Visual Studies New York Springer.

Nation, Constitutionalism and Buddhism in Sri Lanka
de Silva-Wijeyeratne, R. 2014. Nation, Constitutionalism and Buddhism in Sri Lanka. London Routledge.

From sovereignty to modernity: revisiting the Colebrooke-Cameron Reforms – transforming the Buddhist and colonial imaginary in nineteenth century Ceylon
Casinader, Niranjan, de Silva-Wijeyeratne, Roshan and Godden, Lee 2018. From sovereignty to modernity: revisiting the Colebrooke-Cameron Reforms – transforming the Buddhist and colonial imaginary in nineteenth century Ceylon. Comparative Legal History. 16 (1), pp. 34-64. doi:10.1080/2049677X.2018.1469273





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