“Law as Culture” Fellowship at the Kate Hamburger for Advanced Study in the Humanities just announced, with a special interest in law and economy.

Applications close: Thursday 31 August 2017

While the relationship between law and politics was the focus in the project’s first stage, the Centre will examine the connection between law and economy from 2018 to 2020. Research projects should also thus be oriented towards one of the Centre’s three cross-cutting issues, namely “Cultures of Differentiation and Comparing Legal Cultures,” “Human Rights and Autonomy,” or “The Binding Force and the Emotive Foundations of the Law.” The Kate Hamburger Centre for Advanced Study in the Humanities “Law as Culture” invites academics of excellent standing to apply for a fellowship ranging from a minimum of three to a maximum of twelve months on the research topic: Law and Economy. The research period is from April 1st, 2018, until March 31st, 2020.

Full details here