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Juris Diversitas was founded in 2007. We are an international, interdisciplinary community for the study of legal and normative mixtures and movements. Originally comparatists, we have opened up a conversation with anthropologists, geographers, historians, philosophers, sociologists, etc. both within the law and beyond. We publish a book series and hold annual conferences.
2010 We co-organised, with the Department of Civil Law and the Mediterranean Institute, both of the University of Malta, a symposium on 'Mediterranean Legal and Normative Hybridity' in Malta in June 2010. At the symposium, the Mediterranean Hybridity Project was launched; a project roundtable was held in Catania in October 2010. The papers presented in Malta were published in the Journal of Civil Law Studies.
2013 A workshop entitledCrossroads East and West: visions of the economy in the Islamic and Western legal traditions was co-organised with The Protection Project and held inTurin (Italy) from 4-5 February 2013. Our first annual conference, Diffusion: an international, interdisciplinary conference, was held in Lausanne at the SICL in June 2013. Proceedings are published in the Juris Diversitas Book Series. 2014 The second annual conference was held in Aix-en-Provence in July 2014. The theme was Comparative Law and... with presentations in English and in French. Proceedings were published in Le droit comparé et... Comparative Law and...(A. Albarian/O. Moréteau eds.), Presses universitaires d'Aix-Marseille (2016).
The third annual conference was held in Limerick, in June 2015. The theme was The State of/and Comparative Law.
The fourth annual conference was held at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, in May-June 2016. The theme was Unity and/or Diversity, with presentations in English and in French. Some papers will be published in the Journal of Civil Law Studies.
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