Virtual

Workshop

ON THE POLITICAL TURN(S)
IN CRIMINAL LAW THINKING

 

Term#3

January-March 2021

12 February 2021

Alice Ristroph

22 January 2021

Special Sessions

Abolitinism vs. Reductionism

Amna Akbar

19 February 2021

Kiel Brennan-Marquez
Vincent Chiao

 

Term#2

September-November 2020

9 October 2020

Tarek Yusari

Allocating Criminal Law's Powers and Permissions: An Instrumentalist Approach

11 September 2020

Christoph Burchard

Of Forging Shields into Swords - On the dialectic of rights and the new liberal desire for criminal law

16 October 2020

Kimberly Ferzan

Punishment, Proportionality, and Aggregation

25 September 2020

Jonathan Simon

Four Myths of the Punitive Society: How Over-punishment Became Hardwired into Western Legal Systems, and Why Ideal Theory Can Do Little About It

30 October 2020

Doug Husak

The Price of Skepticism 

2 October 2020

Victor Tadros

Distributing Responsibility

13 November 2020

Rocío Lorca

Does Imperium need Ius Puniendi? On the necessity of punishment for the modern state 

 

Term#1

March-July 2020

26 June 2020

Frank Zimmermann

Political Turns in Criminal Law Theory – Steps Towards a More “Political” Criminal Law?

3 April 2020

Peter Ramsey

The Sovereign’s Presumption of Authority (aka The Presumption of Innocence)

8 May 2020

Wilenmann, Chiao, Lorca, Burchard

Framing the Political Turn

5 June 2020

Stephanie Classmann

Fallacies, False Promises, and Liberal Theories of Criminalisation

12 June 2020

Carla Sepúlveda Penna

The political turn and the limits of criminal law:
limitation periods in comparative perspective

17 JUly 2020

Rafi Reznik

Hobbes v. Heller

24 April 2020

Malcolm Thorburn

22 May 2020

Lindsay Farmer

The Market
in Criminal Law Theory

19 June 2020

Javier Ciguela Sola

Social Exclusion and the Political Legitimacy of Punishment

24 JUly 2020

Alejandro Chehtman

Defensive rights and the laws of armed war