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First British-German Socio-Legal Workshop: Law, Politics and Justice

9-11 November 2006, Research Institute for Law, Politics and Justice (RILPJ), Keele University, UK
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When Nov 09, 2006 09:00 AM to
Nov 11, 2006 03:00 PM
Where Keele, UK
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Christian Boulanger

06.03.2006 18:31

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The Research Institute for Law, Politics and Justice (RILPJ) at Keele University, in collaboration with the Research Committee of Socio-Legal Studies of the German Society of Sociology and the German Socio-Legal Association, invites socio-legal scholars from Britain and Germany to present papers and discuss research at the First British-German Socio-Legal Workshop.

This interdisciplinary workshop will provide an opportunity for exploring mutual interests in research, for exchanging ideas and comparative perspectives, and for establishing closer ties between the two socio-legal communities. The organisers invite established and young researchers - including political scientists, criminologists, sociologists, philosophers and lawyers - to discuss emerging trends and key concepts in law, politics and justice. We will in particular provide opportunities for young scholars to start cross-national networks. We envision streams and discussion groups under the following broad topic areas, but will in addition provide an open forum for papers which do not fall into these themes:

  • " Regulating in transnational domains: The global economy, illegal markets, corporate governance and environmental challenges
  • " The bodies of law and politics: Gender, commodification, public health and ethics
  • " Difference and social justice: Migration, citizenship, and cultural difference
  • " Environment and technologies: regulating new technologies, security and technology
  • " Mediating politics and law: Media and the law, images of law and law's imagination
  • " Justice and human rights: International relations, human rights and sovereignty.

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Please visit the website of the Research Institute for Law, Politics and Justice at Further information, as well as all submission, booking information (including deadlines) and forms will be available there from 1 March 2006.

Please send your expressions of interest and if possible an abstract (max. 250 words)
to the organisers Professor Susanne Karstedt at and Dr. Bettina Lange at as soon as possible. We also welcome further inquiries and additional suggestions.

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