Program / Programme

 

DAY 1 / JOUR 1

MAY 23rd 2013 / 23 MAI 2013 

9.30- Welcome / Accueil & Breakfast / Petit Déjeuner

10.00 – 12.30 Keynote Speeches / Conférences

Room /Salle H101  –  28, rue des St Pères

Eric Fassin, Département de science politique et Centre d’études de genre, Université Paris 8

From Consensus to Dissensus. The Politics of Same-Sex Marriage and Sexual Democracy

Reut Yael Paz, MCC Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change, Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights

International Law As a Gateway between a Distant God and a Cruel World as Exemplified by Jewish German-Speaking Scholars

12.30 – 14.00 Lunch Roundtable/Déjeuner Table Ronde

Talk the Talk and Walk the Walk: Rethinking Legal Education

Room/Salle  H101  –  28, rue des St Pères

Moderator: Delphine Dogot

Reut Yael Paz, MCC Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change, Erik Castrén Institute of International Law and Human Rights

Can Öztaş, Birkbeck College, Sciences Po Law School

Duncan Kennedy, Harvard Law School

Session 1: 14.15 – 16.15

The spatial turn: beyond the global/local binary? /    Le tournant spatial : au-delà de la distinction global/local?

Room/Salle D511 – 199, Boulevard St Germain

Moderator: Pascale Cornut Saint-Pierre, Sciences Po Law School

Peter Szigeti, Harvard Law School, Jurisdiction, Citizenship and the Environment: Three Variations of the Global

Clément Camion, McGill, Paradis fiscaux et mondialisation: virtualisation, circulation, mutation de la souveraineté des États

Giacomo Capuzzo, University of Perugia, In experts’ hands: Legal expertise between transnational regimes and states

– Elena Paris, Bucharest, Judicial Civil Disobedience as tool to force prevalence of one’s version of the universal

Fatou Ba Sene, Université de Cergy Pontoise, Pour une reconfiguration du paradigme de la constitutionnalisation. De la verticalité/ horizontalité au dynamisme normatif des ordres juridiques nationaux et internationaux

State of Alert: Violence and International Law/ Etat d’alerte: Violence et droit international

Room/Salle H101 –  28, rue des St Pères

Moderator: Delphine Dogot, Sciences Po Law School

Julia Monteil, Université Aix-Marseille, L’intervention de l’OTAN en Libye: jus pro bellum?

Rémi Bachand, UQÀM, Le Droit international et la légitimation de la violence impérialiste

Colin Gillespie, Peking University, Drone: The Weaponization of Everyday Life

Salvatore Nicolosi, Sapienza University of Rome, From ethnic conflicts to the self-determination of peoples

 Eric Heinze,Queen’s Mary University, Imperialism, Nationalism, Post-Colonialism, Feminism: Revisiting Jean Racine’s “Andromaque”

Coffee Break / Pause Café

16.15- 16.45

Session 2: 16.45 – 18.30

The Human Rights Regime and its consequences: on democracy, exclusions and citizenship/

Droits de l’Homme et ses conséquences: réflexions sur la démocratie, les exclusions et la citoyenneté

Room/Salle H101 – 28, rue des St Pères

Moderator: Can Öztaş, Birbeck College, Sciences Po Law School

– Elena Cirkovic, University of British Columbia, Architecture of Identity: imagining the global and the local through the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina

 Priya Gupta, Southwestern Law School, Postcolonial Property Rights and Rhetoric in Delhi

– Linda Stewart, North-West University, The war against the poor in South Africa – Human rights, civil disobedience and representational politics

 

DAY 2 / JOUR 2

May 24th 2013 / 24 Mai 2013

9.30- Welcome / Accueil

& Breakfast / Petit Déjeuner

10.00 – 12.30 Keynote Speeches / Conférences

Room /Salle H101  –  28, rue des St Pères

Dina Waked, Harvard Law School, Sciences Po Law School

Law, Growth and Redistribution in the South: Proposing an Alternative to Static Efficiency Goals

Ugo Mattei, International University College of Turin

 

Lunch Break/ Pause Déjeuner

D502 – 199, Boulevard St Germain


Session 3: 14.00 – 16.00

Sexy Legal Education: Undressing Hierarchies

Les charmes de l’éducation juridique: déshabiller les hierarchies

Room/Salle D502 – 199, Boulevard St Germain

Moderator: Can Öztaş, Birbeck College, Sciences Po Law School

Sabrina Germain, Cornell Law School, Teaching Legal Traditions In An Untraditional Environment: Notes Of An Instructor On The Teaching Of Comparative Law In A Maximal Security Prison

Christine Schwöbel, University of Liverpool, I’d like to learn what hegemony means – teaching international law from a critical angle

Michael Hennessy Picard, UQÀM, La censure de la critique du droit dans le champ juridique français : une perspective sociopolitique

Mathieu Cousineau DeGarie, UQÀM, Penser les origines sociales dans la constitution d’une doctrine en droit international

Coffee Break / Pause Café

16.00- 16.30 

Session 4: 16.30 -18.30

Regulating the Intimate: Thinking about Sex and its Politics

Réguler l’intime: des politiques de la sexualité

Room/Salle D 502 – 199, Boulevard St Germain

Moderator: Veronica Corcodel, Sciences Po Law School

 Lisa Kelly, Harvard Law School, Narrating Innocent Suffering in Abortion Law

Mariano Croce, University of Antwerp, Quod non est in actis non est in mundo. Sex and legal categories

– Ligia Fabris Campos, Humboldt University of Berlin,  Transgenders’ rights in Brazil and Germany: legal interpretations of Harm to self?

18.30 – 20.00: COCKTAIL – H101 – 28, rue des St Pères


20.00: Dinner/Dîner – Restaurant Au Saint Benoît – 
26, rue Saint-Benoît 

 

YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE ABSTRACTS FROM THIS PAGE:

ABSTRACTS Law and Boundaries 2013


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