CFP: Panel "Law as resistance" for the 14th Conference of the Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO)

Call for Papers:
“Law as Resistance”
Open panel(s) for the 14th Annual Conference of the

Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO)

Turin, 31 January–2 February 2019

Panel "Law as resistance" for the 14th Conference of the Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO)

Call for Papers:
“Law as Resistance”
Open panel(s) for the 14th Annual Conference of the

Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO)

Turin, 31 January–2 February 2019

Panel "Law as resistance" for the 14th Conference of the Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO)

CfP for a panel for the 14th Annual Conference of the Italian Society for Middle Eastern Studies (SeSaMO) on "Law as Resistance", organized by Roberta Aluffi (University of Turin), Gianluca Parolin (Aga Khan University) and Serena Tolino (University of Hamburg).

In line with the general theme of the 2019 Conference (Paths of Resistance in the Middle East and North Africa), the panel organisers wish to solicit papers engaging with issues of law as resistance in the region.

Session call for IMC2019: Stranger Things? Uncanny Encounters as Expressions of Societal Tensions across Medieval Worlds/Traditions

The International Medieval Congress (1-4 July 2019), an annual conference running continuously since 1994, is the biggest humanities event in Europe, attracting almost 2900 delegates in 2018. This session seeks to trace the fringes of the normative as defined by diverse societies and groups in their recording of the uncanny and the strange during the period broadly defined by European Middle Ages.

Session call for IMC2019: Stranger Things? Uncanny Encounters as Expressions of Societal Tensions across Medieval Worlds/Traditions

The International Medieval Congress (1-4 July 2019), an annual conference running continuously since 1994, is the biggest humanities event in Europe, attracting almost 2900 delegates in 2018. This session seeks to trace the fringes of the normative as defined by diverse societies and groups in their recording of the uncanny and the strange during the period broadly defined by European Middle Ages.

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