Networks: Anthropology of Law and Rights
This network seeks to create a common forum for anthropologists interested in rights discourses and law. Participants are expected to be members of the European Association for Social Anthropology (EASA) and have an interest in exchanging research ideas and materials, working papers, workshop announcements and calls for papers, information about new publications relevant to different fields of legal anthropology, comments, etc.
The Coordinator is Heike Drotbohm (Heike.Drotbohm(at)ethno.uni-freiburg.de).
The Network of the Anthropology of Law and Rights works in close cooperation with the commission on legal pluralism, which is part of the IUAES (International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences)
To join go to http://lists.easaonline.org/listinfo.cgi/legal-easaonline.org and follow the instructions. You can also email one of the co-ordinators, enclosing a paragraph on your research interests, and ask to be subscribed to the list.