(Source: MPI for European Legal History)
The Max Planck Institute for European Legal History launched a call for papers for its 6th Colloquium on Crime and Criminal Justice in Early Modern and Modern Times. Here the call:
The 6th colloquium focuses on elites in a political, economic, social or cultural context, their role in the administration of justice and the legal system as well as specific forms of deviance and delinquency of such groups.
While recent studies have addressed violent crime of elites (e.g. feuds and duels) or the involvement of elites in white-collar crimes, the conference aims to also address further potential fields of research in order to gain comparative perspectives on the role and function of elites in the history of crime and criminal justice.
Please send a one-page abstract (max 300 words, German or English) with the title of the presentation and a brief summary of the content along with a short CV (one page) in one PDF file. In the case of panel proposals please send an abstract of the panel topic (max 200 words) together with abstracts of the individual presentations (max 300 words) and the corresponding short CVs in one PDF file as well. The presentations should not exceed 20 minutes and can be given in German or English.
The deadline for proposals is 1st May 2019.
For further information, please see Call 2019.
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