ANR Programme 2009-2012
|A Joint Programme on Justice and Governance in India and South Asia
(Hosted by Centre for Himalayan Studies)
This panel is part of the EASA conference on "Uncertainty and Disquiet", Nanterre, 10-13 July 2012.
Institutions which deal with the process of judging are directly concerned by the question of doubt. By putting ritual and judiciary settings into perspective we propose to discuss the techniques for casting and dispelling doubt and the role they play in the process leading to the final verdict.
The ANR four-year funding of the Just-India programme is ending. It has been our assumption that the details of people's interactions, verbal exchanges and power relationships point to the ways in which state power is implemented. This workshop is the opportunity to take stock of some of the results of these studies, and to reflect on possible research in the future.
Third Conference of Lassnet at the University of Peradeniya Sri Lanka, Dec. 14 -16, 2012. Alongside the general priorities and questions which LASS has grappled with, Sri Lankan law, society, and economy gives rise to specific questions and problems, which are of wider significance to South Asia and regions beyond.
Bonn, Center for Advanced Study "Law as Culture": Transition towards Democratic Society. Law, Constitution and Culture
June 10th, 9h45 -13h15 / CEIAS, room 662 (6th floor)
Noyau B, 190-198 avenue de France Paris 13.
This workshop will bring together scholars working on India and Afghanistan,who have employed different methods to understand how seemingly different legal systems - both non-state and state - operate on the ground.
Attempts to introduce state legal systems and internationalize the judiciary in post-war countries are part of (often contested) processes of state building directly interlinked with the postcolonial conjuncture. The workshop aims at reflecting on these contemporary normative and political transformations.
This international workshop (Paris, June 18-19, 2012) aimed at exploring the role of the judiciary in the effective implementation of the Constitution’s secular ideal.
L’objet de cette journée est de rassembler des anthropologues ayant une connaissance directe des procédures judiciaires dans les régions où ils travaillent (Europe, Afrique et Asie du Sud). L’ambition est de combiner description ethnographique et réflexion méthodologique
Workshop organized by the South Asian Studies Council at Yale in collaboration with the Just-India project.It will discuss the relationship of law to social exclusion in India in the last century, through an inter-disciplinary dialogue among anthropologists, legal scholars and practitioners, and historians.
A series of seminars held at the Käte Hamburger Kolleg "Recht als Kultur" / Centre for Advanced Study "Laws as Culture", Bonn, between April 17th and July 10th