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CfP: Collective Book: Democratising Secularisation

CfP: Collective Book: Democratising Secularisation

Book Series: Decrypting Power and Coloniality: Philosophical Perspectives from and through the Global South Book editor: Nicolás Panotto nicolaspanotto@gmail.com Series editors: Ricardo Sanín-Restrepo, Marinella Machado Araujo, Angus McDonald, James Martel...

CfP: Many Gazes of Law

CfP: Many Gazes of Law

The Annual Minority Research Seminar 2024, Many Gazes of Law, is organizing a workshop for doctoral researchers on the 12th of April 2024 at Åbo Akademi University (Turku). The workshop on Methods, Minorities and Law encourages interdisciplinary engagement, enabling...

CfP: Law v Humanity

CfP: Law v Humanity

Wednesday 28th February 2024 Keynote Speaker: Dr Ayça Çubukçu Associate Professor and Co-Director of LSE Human Rights at the London School of Economics and Political Science Warwick Law School invites abstracts for our one-day postgraduate conference on Law v...

Call for papers: Decolonial comparative property law

Call for papers: Decolonial comparative property law

4-6 November 2024 in Brasília (Brazil) Paper submission deadline: 14 January 2024    Decisions: 14 March 2024  Call available in Spanish, Portuguese, Kiswahili, and French here: https://www.mpipriv.de/decolonial THEME:  Following  workshops ...

Conference: What is Speculative Legal Theory?

Conference: What is Speculative Legal Theory?

Friday the 13th of October, 2023 12:00 – 19:00 Cornwallis George Allen Wing 205/206 University of Kent Organised by José Antonio Magalhães, Alexander Damianos and the Centre for Critical Thought at the University of Kent. The Speculative Legal Theory Network began in...

CfP: Conference of Critical Legal Geography

CfP: Conference of Critical Legal Geography

The first critical legal geography conference brings together transdisciplinary scholars to discuss the mutual constitution of space and law, broadly conceived. The conference in February 2024 (in Turin, Italy) will be the first of a series of annual meetings on...

CfP: Law and the Senses

CfP: Law and the Senses

In the past years, scholars working in the field of Law and Literature have focused on the role of affect in shaping our sense of law and justice. Although law is supposedly the domain of Reason, that is deprived of any emotions, scholars have brought to the fore both...