Monday, October 1, 2018
This just in from John Felipe Acevedo (Alabama):
CALL FOR PAPERS: Socio-Legal Approaches to Property – CRN 49
Panels to be held at the Law and Society Association Annual Meeting
May 30-June 2 2019, Washington DC
Abstract Deadline – October 25th 2018
We invite original, unpublished submissions from scholars at any stage of their careers. We are interested in empirically-based papers examining any issues related to the treatment of land and other tangible things as property. Topics may include but are not limited to: land tenure; indigenous forms of property; collectives and property pluralism; land use; symbols of property; resource extraction; civil forfeiture, inheritance; embodied property; redistribution of property; social movements and resistance to property. We will consider all empirically-grounded papers that focus on tangible property, anywhere in the world. All kinds of empirical methods are welcome, including historical, statistical, interviews, comparative, ethnographic, case study, discourse analysis, etc. Also note that papers submitted for publication, but not yet accepted, are also welcome.
If you have a book you would like discussed in a panel session, then please get in touch as we are hoping to have an “authors meet readers” session. Also, if you would be interested in serving as a session chair or discussant please let us know.
We are hoping to have as many panels as possible, so please submit your work, and encourage your colleagues and students to the same!
To submit your paper for consideration, please provide the following information at our website https://slap-propertylaw.org/ or email Antonia Layard, Antonia.email@example.com or Dave Cowan, firstname.lastname@example.org:
• A 100-250 word abstract describing the topic, methodological approach, and findings (or expected findings) of your paper. For more detailed instructions on composing abstracts, see LSA website.
• The paper title
• Your contact information including affiliation, discipline(s), and email
The deadline for submission is 11:59 PM Eastern Time on October 25th.
We will notify all authors about the results of their submissions by email within about a week. If accepted, authors will receive instructions about how to submit abstracts directly to the Law and Society Association which must be done before 7th November 2018.
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