Organizers: Prof. Lior Barshack, Dr. Ruth Zafran, Dr. Ayelet Libson, Dr. Anat Rosenberg, Prof. Yoram Shachar, Dr. Galia Schneebaum and Dr. Adam Shinar
About the Workshop
The workshop hosts scholars engaged in inter- and multidisciplinary work in law and the humanities and encourages in-depth explorations of new possibilities for thinking about the relations between law and other cultural practices, and between the study of law and the study of human existence in the humanities.
We seek conversations across disciplines and fields into essential concerns of human experience, including basic institutions of social organization and the allocation of material and symbolic resources; struggles over identities; routes of available expression, interpretation, and meaning-making; and perceptions of reality.
The workshop meets 3-4 times each semester to discuss the work of scholars in fields of interest, each time involving in the conversation invited commentators and an audience of researchers from various disciplines in the Israeli academia.
Researchers from all disciplines are welcome.
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