Legalism: Anthropology and History - Dr Paul Dresch
Dr Paul Dresch, St John's College, Oxford, will discuss his introduction and chapter contribution to Legalism: Anthropology and History (2012).
Minorities, Pluralism and Law - Professor Maleiha Malik (co-hosted with GLOCUL)
Authority: Pluralism, Relationships and Relativity
The first Legal Theory and History Group seminar will be given by Dr Nicole Roughan JSD, LLM (Yale), BA/LLB (Auckland). Dr Roughan is formerly a temporary university lecturer in jurisprudence at the University of Cambridge, and lecturer at Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Her research interests are in philosophy of law, with a particular focus upon theories of authority, legal pluralism, and philosophy of international and indigenous law. Her current research, and the work which she will be discussing, is an excerpt from her forthcoming book, ‘Relative Authority’, forthcoming with Oxford University Press.
UK IVR Conference 2013 - hosted by the Legal Theory and Legal History Group
The theme for the Conference is: Legal Theory and Legal History: A Neglected Dialogue?
Professor Eric Heinze's Inaugural Lecture - What is Injustice? Political, Legal and Literary Perspectives