Law, Language, Philosophy Research Network is happy to invite young scholars, including graduate students, to participate in the Law, Language and Philosophy Summer School, to be held in Dubrovnik (Croatia) at the Inter University Centre, 16-21 August 2021.
Since this edition of Summer School had to be re-scheduled due to 2020 COVID-19 pandemic regulations, priority is given to last year's applicants.
Still, however, we have ca. 10 open slots for new participants. This call is open to everyone interested in the intersection of philosophy of law/philosophy of mind and language/social ontology. Our preference, however, is for highly motivated students and young scholars.
In order to apply, please send your CV and a short project description (research interests, dissertation abstract, paper draft etc) to email@example.com.
Visit also: https://sites.google.com/view/llprn-summer-school-2021/about
The aim of the summer school is to offer a number of courses to highly motivated students and young scholars working at the intersection of legal theory and analytic philosophy. Our teachers include:
Luka Burazin (Zagreb)
Bebhinn Donnelly-Lazarov (Surrey)
Maryam Ebrahimi Dinani (Paris)
Kenneth M. Ehrenberg (Surrey)
Mario Krešić (Zagreb)
Ira K. Lindsay (Surrey)
Stephen Neale (New York/London)
Francesca Poggi (Milan)
Krzysztof Posłajko (Krakow)
Izabela Skoczeń (Krakow)
Our courses will be dovoted to i.a. artifact theory of law; connections between philosophy of language/philosophy of mind/social ontology and law; experimental philosophy of law and language; theories of interpretation.
Due to generous funding by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange [International Academic Partnerships Programme 0001/2018], Law, Language and Philosophy Summer School participants are expected to cover only their travel, accommodation and catering costs. The estimated costs of six nights full board at the Inter University Centre in Dubrovnik are 400-500 EUR (https://www.iuc.hr/dormitory.php).
For additional information please contact school directors:
Luka Burazin (University of Zagreb), firstname.lastname@example.org
Paweł Banaś (Jagiellonian University), email@example.com
This project is financed by the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange under Grant No. PPI/APM/2018/1/00022