Sometimes we are emotional about spaces and places, about distant spots or familiar neighbourhoods. We love or hate, or feel loved and hated, ignored or inspired, in certain places. But when and where does the law come in?
Today’s Rechtskulturen Colloquium at Humboldt University’s Faculty of Law in Berlin shall explore the complex relationships between urban space, the law, and emotion.
Rechtskulturen Fellow Christine Hentschel will present her current work in progress, with Helmut Aust as commentator. According to the speaker’s abstract, the lecture
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“is based on the assumption that law is never simply applied, but always interpreted by a heterogeneous assemblage of legal and non-legal authorities ...