CFP: Rights in Criminal Law
Submission deadline: August 15, 2022
July 7, 2022 - July 9, 2022
Karl-Franzens University of Graz
From 7-9 July 2022, the Institute of Philosophy, University of Graz will host an interdisciplinary conference on “Rights in Criminal Law” pursuing the question which role individual entitlements do or should (not) play in criminal law. We welcome submissions by philosophers, legal theorists and criminal lawyers of any career stage, whose research explores the controversies, dilemmas, and promises evolving around the question of rights in criminal law.
Please find detailed information in the Call for Paper under this link:
We invite paper proposals (500 words max.) to be submitted to [email protected] by 15 August 2021. We are happy to announce that the following keynote speakers will take part in the conference:
- Antony Duff (Stirling)
- Tatjana Hörnle (Berlin/Freiburg)
- Joachim Renzikowski (Halle)
- Markus Stepanians (Bern)
- Hamish Stewart (Toronto)
- Aness Webster (Nottingham)
We intend to provide funding for travel and accommodation, in case your home institution does not cover your travel expenses or you are not institutionally affiliated.
Following the conference, we plan to publish the contributions to the conference in a peer reviewed volume.