Resources

Interested in legal philosophy, legal media studies, or critical legal theory? Here is a list of related websites and other sources.

Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought

The CCCCT nourishes, explores, encourages, and supports critical re-examination of the received wisdom of our time. The center is a joint project of the Columbia Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Columbia Law School.

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Princeton Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA)

Princeton University's Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) is a community of people interested in how law engages with politics, society, the economy and culture. LAPA participants examine the law both in the present and over time, in the US and in the world.

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Kent Centre for Critical Thought

The Kent Centre for Critical Thought aims to consolidate, sustain and develop cutting-edge research on critically-oriented theory within the humanities and social sciences. It provides a platform for seminars, workshops and lectures that explore the frontiers of, among other disciplines, modern European philosophy, critical legal theory, political and social thought, psychoanalytic theory, theatre studies, film studies, and social anthropology.

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Kent Summer School in Critical Theory

The Kent Summer School in Critical Theory was created to offer a unique intellectual experience to early career academics and research students – as well as to the scholars invited to lead seminars in a particular year.

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Institute for Critical Social Inquiry (ICSI)

The Institute for Critical Social Inquiry at the New School for Social Research is designed to provide scholars with the opportunity to spend a week at the New School’s campus in New York, working closely with some of the most distinguished thinkers shaping the course of contemporary social inquiry.

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Cardozo Program in Law and Humanities

The Cardozo Program in Law and Humanities is designed to instigate, draw together, facilitate, sponsor, and publicize work in Law and Humanities. The Program holds regular conferences, scholarly symposia, public lectures, publications, a distinguished visitor seminar, and joint events.

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The Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities at Princeton (IHUM)

The Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities at Princeton (IHUM) offers a joint Ph.D.; sponsors courses; and hosts an annual conference, regular workshops, and interdisciplinary reading groups. Its courses and events explore the widening possibilities for humanistic study in a young millennium, reaching out to the arts and sciences and testing the conventions of intellectual exchange.

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Westminster Law & Theory Lab

The Westminster Law & Theory Lab brings together diverse yet overlapping strands in the study of law in its transnational, regional or international manifestation, with a strong emphasis on interdisciplinarity and critical theoretical analysis. The Lab hosts a variety of conferences workshops and seminars, public guest lectures, the annual Westminster Dialogue Series, the Westminster Law Review and the Westminster Online Working Papers Series.

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Forensic Architecture

Forensic Architecture is a research agency, based at Goldsmiths, University of London, that undertakes advanced architectural and media research on behalf of international prosecutors, human rights organizations, as well as political and environmental justice groups.

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Critical Legal Thinking

Critical Legal Thinking is a blog dedicated to the radical critique of law and politics.

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The Centre for Law and Culture, St Mary’s University London

The Centre for Law and Culture is an interdisciplinary hub for research at the intersections of law, justice, and the humanities; it is a home for the cultural study of law. And as a rallying point for such culturally enriched legal research, the Centre engages legal study that spans topics and themes from across critical and cultural legal studies.

The Centre thereby aims to incubate and promote critical research that crosses and challenges traditional legal boundaries.

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