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25th - 26th October 2012, Systems Stream: European Governance in Crisis: Modern Systems Theoretical Accounts, at the 2nd Annual Young Researcher's Conference in Economics and Management (CAJCEG), Amiens, France
17th - 22nd September 2012, Temporalities in Applied Systems Theory, International University Centre of PG studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia
17th - 19th May 2012, Conference on Transnational Societal Constitutionalism, Collegio Carlo Alberto, Torino, Italy
3rd - 5th April 2012, SLSA Annual Conference, Leicester De Montfort University
Call for Papers Text
Dr Julien Broquet, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, CRIISEA, 'Structural couplings and evolution. The ongoing definition of the European economic constitution'.
Prof Jiří Přibáň, Professor of Law, Cardiff University, 'Sovereignty and Post-Sovereignty Studies: A systems theoretical critique'.
Mr Thomas Webb, PhD Candidate, Lancaster University, 'Contingency, Contestability, and Constitutionalism'.
Dr Oles Andrichuk, Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, ESRC Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia, 'Exclusive Legal Positivism and Legal Autopoiesis: Towards a Theory of Dialectical Positivism'
Prof Richard Nobles, Professor of Law, Queen Mary University of London, 'How Law Constructs Time'.
Prof Gary Wickham, Professor of Sociology, Murdoch University, Australia, 'Hobbes, Sovereignty, and the Rule of Law'
Prof Reza Banakar, Professor of Socio-Legal Studies, University of Westminster, 'Law, Community and Justice'.
Prof Alberto Febbrajo, Professor of Law, University of Macerata, Italy, 'The Antrhopological Roots of Social Systems Theory'.
Miss Rachel C. Herron, PhD Candidate, Durham University, 'A Social Systems Explanation for the Racial Effect of the Section 44 Counter-terror Stop and Search Powers'.
Dr Annika Newnham, Senior Lecturer in Law, University of Portsmouth, 'Accommodating Power within the Autopoietic Theory Framework'.
Miss Christine Ocran, Lecturer in Law, University of East London, 'The trokosi practice in Ghana: A form of law?'.
Dr Sarah Sargent, Lecturer in Law, University of Buckinham, 'Systems Theory and Critical Race Theory: Research Strategies for Transracial Adoption'.
13th April 2011, SLSA Annual Conference 2011, University of Sussex
Dr Cedric Gilson (University of Westminster), 'Illuminating the legal dilemmas of assisted dying. The clarity afforded by orthodox systems theory'
Dr Stephen Riley (Sheffield Hallam University), 'Human Dignity and the Problem of Transcendence'
Dr Annika Newnham (University of Portsmouth), 'Autopoietic theory and the current (mis)use of shared residence orders'
Prof David Schiff, and Prof Richard Nobles (both Queen Mary College, London), 'Legal pluralism and systems theory: a dialogue with Brian Tamanaha'
Dr Jen Hendry (University of Leeds), A Lack of Harmony? Comparative Law in light of Europeanisation - Some Internal Tensions
Mr Tom Webb (Lancaster University), Complexity and Autopoietic Theory - A Useless Relation? A Legal Perspective
Mr Carlos Herrera-Martin (University College London), 'The Mexican Kelo: the "Pascual Boing"Case'
Mr Neil T. Lyons (Stetson University College of Law, Florida, USA), '"I've overseen the assimilation of countless millions. You were no different."Autopoiesis: Evolution, Assimilation, and Causation of Normative Closure'
Prof. Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (University of Westminster), 'Critical Autopoiesis'
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