Review of Human Rights
In Nomos of the Earth, Carl Schmitt underscores the intimate connection between law and territory: “nomos is the immediate form in which the political and social order of a people becomes spatially visible” (Nomos of the Earth, 70). Michel Foucault’s complementary point is that “[t]he successes of history belong to those who are capable of seizing these rules, to replace those who had used them, to disguise themselves so as to pervert them, invert their meaning, and redirect them against those who had initially imposed them” (“Nietzsche, Genealogy, History,” 86).
Journal of Contemporary Poetics is published by the Department of English, Faculty of Languages and Literature, International Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan.
The association The European Society for History of Law is the publisher of the Journal on European History of Law which is published 2x per year. It is assigned for law-historians and Romanists that want to share with their colleagues the results of their research in this field.
At the same time, reviews of books with historical themes are being published. You can also find there information about the happenings in the field of law-history.
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The colloquium provides an open forum for discussion, debate and the presentation of PhD-, postdoc- and other research projects related to the history of crime and justice in the early modern and modern period. It aims for an interdisciplinary exchange between scholars of a wide range of subjects such as history, legal history, sociology, anthropology, ethnology, humanities, political science and others.
Duke Global Asia Initiative is pleased to announce the workshop "Trans-species Listening and Rights of Nature: Legal Persons beyond the Human" will be held on Duke campus on Oct. 5. The event is free to the public. Please RSVP to Ms. Thakkar at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see the following website for details of the workshop:
The Zulueta family name is not very well known outside of Basque and some slave trade historiography. However, one of the family members, Pedro José de Zulueta (1809-82) is unique for two reasons. Pedro José de Zulueta was put on trial at the Old Bailey for the crime of slave trading in 1843 and, after he was acquitted, he published a monumental tome about his trial in order to exonerate himself further in the eyes of the London merchant community. It is this publication, The Trial of Pedro de Zulueta, Jun. On a Charge of Slave Trading, that is at the centre of the workshop.
Call for panelists ISECS 2019 (Edinburgh, 14-19 July 2019)
Confess and you’ll feel better!
Cultures of Interrogation in the Long Eighteenth Century
Call for proposals to present and publish:
"Revisiting 'Realizing the Information Future: The Internet and Beyond,' the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
A cross-disciplinary symposium organized by Mitchell Hamline School of Law and Hamline University
Friday, March 29, 2019
Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota