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ISLL c/o CIRSFID
University of Bologna
Via Galliera, 3
40121 Bologna (BO)
Tel.: +39 051 277.205
Fax: +39 051 260.782

 

 

 

The Italian Society for Law and Literature (ISLL) was established in June 2008 at CIRSFID—the Interdepartmental Centre for Research in the History, Philosophy, and Sociology of Law and in Computer Science & Law, based at the Bologna University School of Law—and is conceived as a network designed to promote the study of Law & Literature and, more broadly, Law & the Humanities. Its main objective is to establish contacts among scholars interested in this approach, so as to encourage an exchange of ideas and to support research and institutional initiatives on the national and international stage.

 

 
 

LATEST UPDATES

 
13/05/2017 Law & Humanities and Legal Clinics - CALL
The Italian Society for Law and Literature (ISLL) proposes a Special Workshop on "Law & Humanities and Legal Clinics" at the XXVIII World Congress of the International Association for the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy (IVR) on "Peace based on Human Rights" - Lisbon, July 17-21 2017. Deadline to submit abstracts: May 25, 2017. For others details see the call for papers.
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13/05/2017 Our Responsibility to the Global Poor - CALL
Dr. Elena Pribytkova, Faculty of Law, University of Basel, proposes another Special Workshop at the XXVIII World Congress of IVR - Lisbon, July 17-21 2017. The theme "Our Responsibility to the Global Poor" may also be treated under the perspective of Law and Literature. Deadline to submit abstracts: May 25, 2017. For others details see the call for papers.
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07/05/2017 Hard and tragic cases, principles and the limits of law - CALL
José Manuel Aroso Linhares (University of Coimbra) and Manuel Atienza (University of Alicante) propose another Special Workshop at the XXVIII World Congress of IVR - Lisbon, July 17-21 2017. The theme "Hard and tragic cases, principles and the limits of law" may also be treated under the perspective of Law and Literature. Deadline to submit abstracts: May 12, 2017. For others details see the call for papers.
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