Mitra Sharafi’s LAW AND IDENTITY IN COLONIAL SOUTH ASIA: Parsi Legal Culture, 1772–1947 has now been published in a South Asian edition. It is available in paperback only by Permanent Black and distributed by Orient Blackswan. Originally published in 2014, the South Asian edition was supported in part by matching $2,500 subventions from the Center for South Asia and the American Society for Legal History. Her book won the Law and Society Association’s J. Willard Hurst Prize for socio-legal history in 2015. The book explores the legal culture of the Parsis or Zoroastrians of British India, an ethno-religious minority that was unusually invested in colonial law. Sharafi is an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and maintains an active website on South Asian Legal History Resources.