Kent Law School is currently in preparation as host of the Critical Legal Conference 2016, from 1-3 September. The conference includes plenary sessions and panels with SoCriL members. See the conference website for more information: https://www.kent.ac.uk/law/research/clc-2016/
After the conference, in the autumn term 2016, we already have three events planned. And there is more to come over the coming months. Keep an eye on our events page and Twitter for more information and updates.
A new workshop has been added to our list of upcoming events: Social Studies of Labour Regulation? Ways of Doing, Ways of Thinking. This ESRC-funded event will take place on 27-28 June 2016, at the University of Kent, and is organised by Emily Grabham. See our website for more information, and the rest of our upcoming events in our exciting spring program.
A new visitor to the Social Critiques of Law Research Group has been confirmed: on the 13th of June, professor Didier Fassin (Institute for Advanced Study) will visit us.
The format and time of his visit will be announced soon. In the meantime see professor Fassin’s profile on our visitor’s page for more on his work, publications and reseach interests.
On 29th January, Thanos Zartaloudis will organise a one-day workshop for the Social Critiques of Law Research Group at the University of Kent. Details on thematic outline and indicative readings are now available on the event’s page on our website.
On 2nd of March, professor Tiziana Terranova (University of Naples – L’Orientale) will visit Kent Law School for her seminar. Details and an abstract will follow. In the meantime see professor Terranova’s profile on our website for more information on her work, publications and research interests.