Virtual

Workshop

ON THE POLITICAL TURN(S)
IN CRIMINAL LAW THINKING

TerM#8-2023
Program

 

27 January 2022

15.30 UTC on ZOOM

Nicola Lacey

Criminal Justice and Social (In)justice

26 May 2023

15.30 UTC on ZOOM

Emanuela CevA

A Respect Standard for The Corrupted Mindset. Challenging the Criminal Law Approach to Anticorruption

24 Fabruary 2023

15.30 UTC on Zoom

Rocío Lorca

Should Feminists be Worried about Impunity? The Anti-impunity Norm and the Turn to Punishment in Women’s Rights Advocacy

16 June 2023

15.30 UTC on ZOOM

Marie Manikis

Victims as Agents of State Accountability

31 March 2023

15.30 UTC on ZOOM

Gabrielle Watson

A Respect Standard for Sentencing

30 June 2023

15.30 UTC on ZOOM

Daniel Frye

tba

28 April 2023

15.30 UTC on ZOOM

Tobias Singelnstein Kirstin Drenkhahn

A Strained Restraint: The Ambivalences of Penal Moderation in Germany and France

TerM#7

23 September 2022

15.30 UTC on ZOOM

Alon Harel 

AI decision-making as a new Form of Privatization

28 October 2022

15.30 UTC on Zoom

Hadar Dancig-Rosenberg & Tali GaL

Community Courts: What Counts as Success?

18 November 2022

15.30 UTC on ZOOM

Santiago Mollis

Beyond the Public and Private Distinction in Criminal Law Thought

Organized by ROCIO LORCA, ANTONY DUFF, LINDSAY FARMER, JAVIER WILENMANN, SANDY MAYSON, MATRAVERS and CHRISTOPH BURCHARD.

This virtual workshop had its roots in a conference on "The Political Turn in Criminal Law Scholarship" that was to have been held in Santiago in March 2020, organised by Rocío Lorca, Javier Wilenmann, Christoph Burchard, and Vincent Chiao. That conference fell victim to the pandemic, and organisers decided to replace it with this series of online seminars