Socio-Legal Trajectories: A comparative research project on the formation and development of non-doctrinal study of law over the past 60 years

September 22nd, 2021|0 Comments

A Research Network based at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory Jen Hendry, Christian Boulanger and Naomi Creutzfeldt have teamed up to work on a book project to explore socio-legal connections as they develop. Although the focus for the project is the [...]

Why the Past is the Future

September 20th, 2021|0 Comments

By Russell Sandberg, Cardiff University Tradition is often just an excuse for not thinking.  It is the means by which habits are perpetuated without questioning them and harden into unquestionable customs which future generations are then socialised into. This even [...]

Quarantining as Colonialism: An Auto-ethnographic Sociological Photo Essay

August 24th, 2021|0 Comments

By Gee Imaan Semmalar, Kent University After spending several months in India during the devastating “second wave” of the pandemic, I decided to travel back to the United Kingdom to continue research for my PhD. Academia is particularly unforgiving to postgraduate [...]

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