Ecole de droit, Sciences Po Paris
LAW, ETHNOGRAPHY AND GLOBAL (DIS)ORDER
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LAW & METHODS SEMINAR
Luis Eslava, Reader in international law & Co-Director, Centre for Critical International Law Kent Law School, The University of Kent will speak on “Law, ethnography and global (dis)order”.
This session will introduce participants to the critical potential of ethnography in the study of the present global (dis)order and its relation to law. Attending closely to the painstaking processes through which the present has come to be constituted, and to the defining features of ethnographic thinking about law, you will be invited to provincialise what we conceive as international and globalise what we have learnt to be local.