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Intersentia warmly invites you to come and meet us at the conferences, book fairs and other academic meetings which we will be attending throughout this year. You will be able to browse our most recent publications and enjoy attractive discounts on all publications on display. If you are working on a manuscript yourself, we would be very much interested in exploring publishing possibilities with you as we are always looking for opportunities to expand our publishing programme. We look forward to meeting you!

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    16th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology

    Theme: Crime and Crime Control: Structures, Development and Actors

    The link between Crime and Crime Control is a characteristic feature of modern criminology. Under this key link Prison and Policing (formal social control), Life-Course and Developmental Criminology (dynamics of crime development and prevention) and Economic and State crime (abuse of power on the societal macro-level) cover the macro-, meso- and micro-level of criminological research and represent major areas of practical and political interest.

    21-09-2016 - 24-09-2016
    University of Muenster
    (Muenster, Germany)

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    SLSA Annual Conference 2017

    Theme: To be announced

    The SLSA has been running an annual conference since the association was founded in 1990. Their conferences are central to their objective of the dissemination of knowledge in the field of socio-legal studies.

    05-04-2017 - 07-04-2017
    Newcastle University
    (Newcastle, UK)

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    111th ASIL Annual Meeting

    Theme: What International Law Values.

    Well into the second decade of the 21st century, international law continues to expand on numerous fronts. Yet seemingly intractable global problems persist, raising vital questions about the field. We often ask whether international law is achieving its goals. In this Annual Meeting, we seek to consider the normative basis of international law and how those goals are realized in practice. Does international law reflect the values of the international community? How do these values affect the practice and theory of international law? For that matter, should international law reflect the international community's values, and what constituencies ought to be considered in determining what those values are? If international law should not reflect values, why not, and what interests are served or harmed by treating this body of law as a value-neutral set of rules? What role should international lawyers play in the shaping of those values and how can the core values of our profession – in all its heterogeneity, contestation, and dynamism – be brought to bear? Through the panels and events of the 2017 Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, leading and emerging voices in international legal scholarship, policy, and practice will attempt to answer these urgent questions.

    12-04-2017 - 15-04-2017
    Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill
    (Washington DC, USA)


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