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Law & Society in History: Mobilities, Scales, Methods

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Law & Society in History: Mobilities, Scales, Methods puts a spotlight on exciting new research that interrogates confluences and encounters between law, society and history, drawing law and society, legal history, and international law scholars into discussion about methods, mobility, and scales. Each seminar invites authors to place their new work in conversation with ongoing debates about the social and political dimensions of law, about appropriation, subversion, translation and transformation, and about the relationship between law and human behavior. The focus is on elaborating over the series a range of conceptual and methodological contributions to these debates.

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2 upcoming talks and 1 talk in the archive.

Writing International Legal History From and Through the Margins

UserMira Siegelberg (University of Cambridge) and Cait Storr (University of Technology Sydney).

Housevia zoom .

ClockTuesday 23 March 2021, 21:00-22:00

Empire & Maritime Legal History

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UserRenisa Mawani (University of British Columbia) and Laurie Wood (Florida State University).

Housevia zoom .

ClockTuesday 20 April 2021, 17:00-18:00

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