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Transnational Law Summer Institute

Programme

                 Transnational Law Summer Institute 2017 

                     “Inequality: Reproduction, Alienation, Intervention”

 

The Transnational Law 'Satellite' Summer Institute will take place from the 3 – 8 December 2017. This TLSI is a 6-day workshop for advanced doctoral students and early-career academics. Jointly hosted by the Transnational Law Institute, The Dickson Poon School of Law, King’s College London and UNSW Law School, UNSW Sydney.

The Institute featured focus-workshops on reading and writing as well as teaching at the interdisciplinary boundaries of law and globalisation, along with selected theme lectures and two full days of engaging with a seminal text in context.

The Institute is aimed at providing early career scholars and experienced lawyers with a first-hand opportunity to submit their ideas on research, teaching as well as possible forms of civic engagement to collegial feedback, both from their peers and from established, world-renowned experts.

Please find the programme here: TLSI 2017 Programme.

The Transnational Law Summer Institute video can be found below:  

 

Prospective TLSI 2017 Faculty

Fleur Johns, Professor, Associate Dean (Research), University of New South Wales

Peer Zumbansen, Transnational Law Institute Director, Professor, Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London

Heinz Klug, Professor, University of Wisconsin Law School, USA

Ruth Buchanan, Professor, York University, Canada

Rosalind Dixon, Professor, University of New South Wales

Lisa Ford, Associate Professor, University of New South Wales

Ben Golder, Associate Professor, University of New South Wales

Octavio Ferraz, Dr, King’s College London, UK

Priya Gupta, Professor, King’s College London, UK

Bronwen Morgan, Professor, University of New South Wales

Surya Deva, Dr, City University Hong Kong

Julia Dehm, Dr, La Trobe Law School, Australia

Kate Sutherland, Professor, Osgoode Law School, Canada

Justine Nolan, Professor, University of New South Wales, Australia

Justine Nolan, Professor, University of New South Wales, Australia

Sara Dehm, Lecturer,University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

 

Reading in regards to post-colonial theory and Albert Memmi in particular:

Post-Colonial Theory: Albert Memmi

Postcolonial Studies @ Emory

XI. Postcolonial / Decolonial Theories

Albert Memmi: The Coloniser and the Colonised

 

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