Crisis: Knowledge, History, Law – University of Kent, 29th January 2016

Zartaloudis_3Crisis: Knowledge, History, Law – University of Kent, 29th January 2016

One-day Workshop of the Social Critiques of Law Research Group (SoCriL), 29th January 2016, Darwin Conference Suite 3, University of Kent

Free, Registration requested via the link below: https://www.kent.ac.uk/law/socril/events/2016/crisis.html

Organizer: Thanos Zartaloudis (Kent Law School & AA School of Architecture)

Assistants: Michalis Zivanaris (PhD Candidate, Kent Law School) & Gian Giacomo Fusco (PhD Candidate, Kent Law School)

Funded by: Social Critiques of Law Research Group (Directors: Emilie Cloatre & Donatella Alessandrini) & Kent Law School, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Janet Roitman (The New School for Social Research, New York)
  • Emanuele Coccia (Centre d’Histoire et Théorie des Arts (CEHTA – EHESS), Paris, and The Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America, Columbia University)
  • Marika Rose (University of Durham, Department of Theology and Religion)
  • Anton Schütz (Birkbeck College, School of Law)
  • Esther Leslie (Birkbeck College, Department of English and Humanities)
  • Stathis Gourgouris (Columbia University, Classics, English; Institute for Comparative Literature and Society)
  • Ilias Papagianopoulos (University of Piraeus, International and European Studies)
  • Marina Lathouri (Architectural Association, London, School of Architecture & University of Cambridge, School of Architecture)
  • Bo Isenberg (Lund University, Faculty of Sociology)

More details here; details on thematic outline and indicative reading, please see here – pdf download; for more information on the conference please contact Thanos Zartaloudis.

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