Logistics of participation in backstage practices of international law
Summary, in English
In this essay I will explore the role of logistics of participation in determining participants of IL knowledge production and subsequently how such logistic necessities delimit the scoop of the thinkable in IL knowledge production.
In arguing my case I will briefly explore two logistic conditions of participation and show how knowledge production in IL is precondition on certain logistic requirements that overburden scholars of institutions of the South to the point that their participation in IL knowledge production is a rarity if not all together non-existent. These two example are a) an empirical study of accessibility of academic materials such as journal articles, books and e-books as basic logistics of academic practice for Iranian scholars of IL. b) The visa regime as arguably the most materially tangible technology of impeding the actual presence and participation of scholars of the South in the scholarly events of IL.
- Rättssociologiska institutionen
- Law and Society
Illuminating the Backstage of Transnational Legal Practice
2016-06-29 - 2016-08-30