October 25, 2017

Conference on Philosophy of Customary Law, May 14-16, 2018, Nice, France

From the mailbox:

The Centre de recherche en histoire des idées is organizing a conference on the philosophy of customary law, to take place in Nice (France) from May 14 to 16th, 2018.

The conference It aims to gather a wide range of competencies that are crucial to properly analyze the many facets of customary law, from John Austin to contemporary applications and issues such as de-colonization: not only history of law and sociology, but also history of art and anthropology.

The conference has a few grants to cover travel expenses, especially for early career researchers. At this link, you will find the complete call and details. Deadline for abstracts submission is November 15th, 2017.

The description of the Call for Papers provided by Edoardo from AIR (Atelier Ideas & Research).

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