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Kaleidoscope of truth

Sandhya I. Fuchs (LSE and University of Bern) will talk about “Kaleidoscope of truth: Legal fictions, real cases and controversial proof in …


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Doing an Ethnography of Corruption

When: 15 January 2021 / 2-3.30 pm CET Link: https://zoom.us/j/93210372616pwd=dTZZ… ID: 93210372616 Password: 4JzWZ6 See you on Zoom! Here is the full …


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#Reviews: Fires of Gold

As of 2019, Ghana is the country with the largest gold-mining industry in Africa, overtaking South Africa, after two South African gold …


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#Review: The Truth About Crime

What is ‘crime’? A social pathology? A violation of social order? The object or raison d’être of law enforcement? How can we …


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#review: becoming legal

The cover-image of Ruth Gomberg-Munoz’s book Becoming Legal: Immigration Law and Mixed Status Families depicts a group of protestors holding placards – …


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#review: anthropology and law

The task of reviewing Mark Goodale’s Anthropology and Law: A Critical Introduction  was weird, in a fractal way. The book itself, the …


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Call for reviews: #legalanthro

Although Allegra’s editorial team is academically firmly rooted in legal anthropology, this is – we believe – the first explicit collection of …


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