Critical Legal Conference — Many Calls for Papers — Kent, UK

University of Kent

Kent Law School hosts the Critical Legal Conference 2016, Turning Points, Sept. 1-3, 2016. Papers are invited for 20 defined streams and a general stream. The submission deadline is July 1, 2016.

The streams are:

  • After Christian Law? Contesting Law’s Christianity, Contemplating Alternatives
  • Biopolitics and Deconstruction
  • Blockchain Law
  • The Crisis of Democracy in an Antipolitical Age
  • A Crisis of the Liberal Vision of the Rule of Law and Fundamental Rights? Turning Points in the East and West
  • From Crisis to Resilience: Spatial Justice in an Age of Austerity
  • Critical Legal Studies and Political Economy
  • Critical Perspectives on Culture and Preservation: Precarity in our Past, Present and Future Cultural Heritages. See Critical Perspectives on Culture and Preservation – Call for Papers.
  • Critical Psycholawgy: Dialogue at Modern Times Between Legal and Psychological Sciences
  • Feminist Turning Points
  • Islamic Law: Contemporary Reconfigurations
  • Occupation & The Day After: Prefiguration, Representation, Organisation
  • On the Legal Production of the (New) Commons: Law as a Living Practice
  • Pauline Interventions in Law
  • Parrhêsia and the Law
  • Re-sistance, Re-exproropriation, Re-enclosure
  • Responses to the Loss of the Political: Intellectuals, Humanitarians and the Revolutionaries
  • Revolution, Counter-Revolution and the Law
  • The Time and Temporality of Vulnerability
  • Urbanity, Control and the Commons: Realising Possible Urban Futures

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Reference librarian, University of Washington School of Law