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Calls for Papers

  

 

> YOUNG RESEARCHER'S WORKSHOP

The Significance of Obscured Practices and Subjects:

Investigating Silences in Transnational Legal Spaces

 

 

organised by Sofia Stolk (CePTL/VU) and Renske Vos (CePTL/Edinburgh)

in cooperation with the European International Studies Association

Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Izmir, Turkey, 6 September 2016

  

CALL FOR PAPERS

 

limited support for travel expenses is available

 

We welcome your 300 word abstract at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Deadline: 25 March 2016

 

 

> PANEL SECTION

Temporalities, Law Security

convenors: Geoff Gordon (CePTL/VU) and Gavin Sullivan (CePTL/Kent University)

 

at the conference New Legal Temporalities? Discipline and Resistance Across Domains of Time

at University of Kent, 8 - 10 September 2016

 

This stream invites contributors to analyse the relations between law and security through a temporal lens. What does it mean to rethink in temporal terms the legal conflicts provoked by security politics? Relevant practices for consideration include, but are not limited to: targeted killings, cybersecurity, communications surveillance, global health security, counter-radicalisation and other counter-terrorism measures. In the context of these practices, we invite interdisciplinary panel and paper investigations into the interrelationship of time, technology and security politics. One line of inquiry concerns how securing against uncertain future threats in the present alters the temporal features of law.  Another asks how law and time operate together to enable security politics in the first place. We welcome proposals asking whether existing and emerging accountability mechanisms adequately respond to speculative security measures.

 

Panel and paper submissions should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., specifying 
‘Temporalities, Law & Security’ in the subject line.

 

The deadline for panel proposals and individual abstracts (300 words maximum) is 1 April 2016

 

for questions about the section please contact the convenors This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.