Migration and the Transformation of Public Law. New directions in sociolegal studies and migration research, Law & Society Institute Berlin, Law Faculty of Humboldt University, UL 9, Room E25, 2-3 October 2017 (registration required)
This workshop provides a forum for sociocultural anthropologists and sociolegal scholars to present their methodological choices, empirical findings and theoretical reflections on ‘living’ migration law. It thereby aims to initiate a comparative and interdisciplinary dialogue with public law scholarship on how to understand current dynamics in migration law and how to conceptually relate these to broader questions of the transformation of public law.
It is carried out in the framework of the research project “Migration and the Transformation of German Administrative Law” as a collaborative venture of the LSI Berlin and the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle with funding from the Fritz Thyssen foundation.
Speakers are invited by the organizers; those interested in participating are kindly asked to contact the organisers at firstname.lastname@example.org. The number of participants is limited.