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NEWSLETTER 48 2016-07

Oñati-IISL eNewsletter - eBoletín del IISJ-Oñati
No. 48
2016 / 07
Letter from the Scientific Director

Adam CzarnotaAnother academic year is over in the IISL in Oñati. It has been a very intense year. In the Institute we have 19 students from different parts of the world. Since 1 April we host 16 workshops plus 3 bilkuras. The year was indeed very busy.
Enrolment for next year has been successful and the Institute will have excellent master students.
For me it was the last year in Oñati as the academic director.  Professor Vincenzo Ferrari will take over the directorship from 1 September 2016. I wish him successes in his term in the office and also realisation of his plans. [+info]

José Ramón Recalde: in memoriam

José Ramón RecaldeLamentamos profundamente el fallecimiento de José Ramón Recalde, presidente del Patronato del Instituto cuando ostentó el cargo de consejero de Justicia del Gobierno Vasco. Desde aquí, queremos trasladar nuestro más sincero pésame a su viuda e hijos.

Saminez hartu dugu José Ramón Recalderen heriotza. Recalde Institutuko Patronatuko presidente eta Eusko Jaurlaritzako Justizia sailburua. Alargun eta seme-alabek har ditzatela gure doluminik zinezkoenak.

We deeply regret the death of Jose Ramon Recalde, president of the Board of the Institute and Basque Government's Minister for Justice. We want to convey our sincere condolences to his widow and children.

International Master's in the Sociology of Law
Transitional Constitutionalism in Comparative Perspectives - Wojciech Sadurski
How much of democracy within democracy: formal and informal sources of power
Socio-Legal approaches to the new social movements. Germano Schwartz
4-15 Jan.: Globalisation, Crime and Justice
Prof. Susanne Karstedt - Griffith University [+info]
18-29 Jan.: How much of democracy within democracy: formal and informal sources of power
Prof. Radoslaw Sojak - Nicolaus Copernicus University [+info]
1-12 Feb.: Access to Justice and Legal Aid: Socio-Legal aspects
Prof. Bernard Hubeau - University of Antwerp[+info]
Transitional Constitutionalism in Comparative Perspectives - Wojciech Sadurski
Law and Anthropology - Martin Ramstedt
Socio-Legal approaches to the new social movements. Germano Schwartz
15-26 Feb.: Sociology of Law and the Economy
Prof. Sol Picciotto - Lancaster University [+info]
Iagê Miola - CEBRAP, Brazil [+info]
David Monciardini- University of Exeter [+info]
29 Feb.-11 Mar.: Law, Obedience, Disobedience: Socio-Legal Perspectives
Prof. Scott Veitch - Hong Kong University [+info]
14-23 Mar.: A Sociology of Constitutionalism
Prof. Jiri Priban - Cardiff University [+info]

 

2015-16 Master students are writing their theses

Good luck to all of you!

Apply to the 2016-17 Master course! Some few paces still available

60 postgraduate ECTS, with 14 teachers coming from all around the world [+info] [+Leaflet] [+Poster]

[+Application procedures]
Further information susana@iisj.es

 


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Thank you to Susanne Karstedt, Heike Jung and Scott Veitch for their donations to support to the students' fund

 
Oñati Udala Grant
Lege Soziologiako Nazioarteko Erakundeak eta Oñatiko udalak egindako hitzarmenaren sinadura

Oñatiko Udalak urtero 4.000 euroko beka emango dio zuzenbide eta gizarte-zientzien arloko ikerketa proiektua bati. Proiektu horrek Oñatiko herriari ekarpena egin beharko dio beti ere, eta lotura izan beharko du honako gai hauetako batekin: Tokiko autogobernua, hiritartasun aktiboa edo naziogintzaren alderdi soziojuridikoa. [+info]

El Ayuntamiento de Oñati dotará anualmente, con 4000 € un proyecto de investigación en el ámbito del derecho y las ciencias sociales que suponga una aportación al pueblo de Oñati, y guarde una estrecha relación con los aspectos sociojurídicos del autogobierno local, actividad ciudadana e identidad nacional. [+info]

2016 workshops Programme
La Sociología Jurídica en América Latina y el Caribe: Debates Actuales y Perspectiva Futura

7-8 Apr: La Sociología Jurídica en América Latina y el Caribe: Debates Actuales y Perspectiva Futura
Chairs: Mariana A. Manzo (UNC-Argentina), Alberto Abad Suarez (UNAM-México), Lucero Ibarra Rojas (CIDE-México)
"Nos enorgullece colaborar con las talentosas personas que nos acompañan en este camino. Asimismo, agradecemos al IISJ por el espacio que ofrece para el intercambio académico, particularmente a Malen Gordoa por su excelente trabajo de organización. La experiencia ha sido inigualable y compartimos con las y los participantes el deseo de que este sea uno de muchos intercambios con el IISJ." [+info] [+Programme]

The Limits of Criminalization: Precursor Crimes of Terrorism (Towards an Orwellian Society throughout Precursor and Communication Conducts? A Conceptual and Legislative Analysis)

14-15 Apr: The Limits of Criminalization: Precursor Crimes of Terrorism (Towards an Orwellian Society throughout Precursor and Communication Conducts? A Conceptual and Legislative Analysis)
Chairs: Manuel Cancio Meliá (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), Mariona Llobet Anglí (Universitat Pompeu Fabra)
"El trabajo en el seminario ha enriquecido la perspectiva y conocimientos de los participantes, al haberse realizado un estudio interdisciplinar y de derecho comparado. Por todo ello, cabe esperar que las conclusiones alcanzadas se reflejen en una publicación que determine que los límites a la criminalización en el ámbito estudiado colisionan con algunas de las garantías más sagradas del Ius Puniendi característico de un Estado Democrático.. " [+info] [+Programme]

Sex Work in the Early 21st Century – Law, Policy and Reality

21-22 Apr: Sex Work in the Early 21st Century – Law, Policy and Reality
Chairs: Jacek Kurczewski (University of Warsaw), Urszula Anna Szczepankowska (University of Warsaw), Gabriela Farinha (State University of Milan)

"The Sexwork in the 21st century meeting was intended to bring the topic closer to the interest of sociology of law after  the success with which the session on prostitution met at RCSL12 meeting during the ISA World Congress in Yokohama. " [+info] [+Programme]

Child Trafficking: the Challenges for Europe. Rescuing children from human trafficking, capacity building and protecting the rights of victims

28-29 Apr: Child Trafficking: the Challenges for Europe. Rescuing children from human trafficking, capacity building and protecting the rights of victims
Chairs: John Winterdyk (Mount Royal University, Calgary, Canada), Jackie Jones (University of West England, Bristol, England)

"In addition to the rich exchanges a number of initiatives were identified as a means of constructively combatting the plight of human trafficking and the overt abuse of vulnerable children and women. The group (except two members, but including the Institute itself) agreed on and sent a submission to the European Commission consultation on the new EU Strategy on Human Trafficking.." [+info] [+Programme]

The Place of Apology in Law

5-6 May: The Place of Apology in Law
Chairs: Robyn Carroll (University of Western Australia), Prue Vines (University of New South Wales)

"The impact of the workshop on the development of research in this area was incalculable. The beautiful surroundings of the Institute in Onati and the hospitality offered us created a wonderful atmosphere for discussion and thought. “Eskerrik asko”  (Basque for ‘thankyou’) to all involved." [+info] [+Programme]

Radical Temporality: Law, Order and Resistance

12-13 May: Radical Temporality: Law, Order and Resistance
Chairs: Lyana Francot (VU University Amsterdam), Bart van Klink (VU University Amsterdam)
"In this workshop practices of resistance (actions, groups and movements) in society that challenge the existing order in a more or less fundamental way were discussed. The workshop consisted of theoretical and normative reflections on the relationship between order and resistance on the one hand and empirical investigations into contemporary practices of resistance." [+info] [+Programme]

Justicia Restaurativa en los Delitos de Violencia de Género. ¿Es necesaria una Revisión de la Ley?

26-27 May: Justicia Restaurativa en los Delitos de Violencia de Género. ¿Es necesaria una Revisión de la Ley?
Chairs: Isabel Germán Mancebo (Instituto Vasco de Criminología), Izaskun Porres García (GEMME. Grupo Europeo de Magistrados por la Mediación)

"Más de veinte expertos -de Euskadi y de otras partes del Estado- se han reunido durante estos dos días en un encuentro que ha permitido el intercambio de opiniones, experiencias y proyectos desde diversas perspectivas y áreas de conocimiento, tales como el Derecho, la Criminología, la Psicología, la Sociología, el Trabajo Social, y las Ciencias de la Información." [+info] [+Programme]

State of Exception, Law and Economy: A socio-legal approach to the economic of exception in an era of crisis

2-3 June: State of Exception, Law and Economy: A socio-legal approach to the economic of exception in an era of crisis
Chairs: José Atiles (University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus), David Whyte (University of Liverpool)

"The workshop brought together scholars to apply the concept of the state of exception to an advanced understanding of colonial and economic state power. Participants in the workshop were therefore asked to conduct case studies that explicitly applied the concept of the state of exception to colonial and economic relationships." [+info] [+Programme]

Les enjeux de la ritualisation judiciaire. Une réflexion sur les formes du procès

9-10 June: Les enjeux de la ritualisation judiciaire. Une réflexion sur les formes du procès
Chairs: Diane Bernard (U. Saint-Louis – Bruxelles)

"this workshop was truly interdisciplinary, as lawyers, philosophers, anthropologists, historians, criminologists, a sociologist, and a psychoanalyst shared ideas along intense debates. The Institute revealed itself an inspiring and much propitious place for developing a theoretical framework, calling for further development and publication." [+info] [+Programme]

El reto de la profundización democrática en Europa: avances institucionales en democracia directa

16-17 June: El reto de la profundización democrática en Europa: avances institucionales en democracia directa
Chairs: Víctor Cuesta López (Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria), Miguel Presno Linera (Universidad de Oviedo)
"El encuentro propició el intercambio de ideas y resultó muy estimulante y productivo ya que, con toda seguridad, los resultados obtenidos serán publicados próximamente. Todos los participantes han coincidido en señalar que el IISJ es un espacio ideal para la celebración de este tipo de encuentros de investigación. El equipo del IISJ ofrece además todas las facilidades para que tanto el seminario como la estancia en Oñati sea muy agradable." [+info] [+Programme]

Critical Prison Studies, Carceral Ethnography, and Human Rights: From Lived Experience to Global Action

23-24 June: Critical Prison Studies, Carceral Ethnography, and Human Rights: From Lived Experience to Global Action
Chairs: Debra Parkes (University of Manitoba), Gillian Balfour (Trent University), Joane Martel (Université Laval), Kelly Hannah-Moffat (University of Toronto in Mississauga), Dawn Moore (Carleton University), Sarah Turnbull (University of Oxford)

"Overall, the workshop was a great success and marks a fruitful first start to the development of an international, cross-disciplinary network of scholars working in the areas of critical prison and migrant detention studies. The coordinating team look forward to working towards a publication of the workshop proceedings in order to share the excellent work being done by the workshop participants." [+info] [+Programme]

“Too Few Judges?” Regulating the Number of Judges in Society

30 June-1 July: “Too Few Judges?” Regulating the Number of Judges in Society
Chairs: Marc Galanter (University of Wisconsin ), Eyal Katvan (Center of Law & Business, Israel), Ulrike Schultz (Fern Universität in Hagen), Avrom Sherr (Institute of Advanced Legal Studies), Boaz Shnoor (Center of Law & Business, Israel)
"We have had good discussions on the issue of "Too few judges". The dynamic of the workshop echoed of a previous Onati workshop on "Too many lawyers". These two issues are inter-related, and in both cases, we noticed that the question (of either too many lawyers or too few judges) leads to a complex set of questions, such as "who is a judge" (similar to "who is a lawyer")." [+info] [+Programme]

Commonsense Justice? Appraising Lay Judge/Jury Criminal Trials

7-8 July: Commonsense Justice? Appraising Lay Judge/Jury Criminal Trials
Chairs: Jill Hunter (Faculty of Law, UNSW, Australia ), Makoto Ibusuki (Faculty of Law, Seijo University, Japan ), Paul Roberts (School of Law, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
"A strikingly feature of the workshop papers was recognition that despite context differences studies of old and new jury systems, whether civil, common law or a hybrid, issues speak across jurisdictional boundaries. We thank Professor Czarnota and the superlatively attentive Malen Gordoa Mendizabal. The beauty of the IILS and it amazing support provided the perfect mix of inspiration, beauty and stimulation." [+info] [+Programme]

2017 workshop calendar
The workshop programme for next year is already closed. Check the full programme [+info] malen@iisj.es

Calendario workshops 2017
El programa de workshops del año que viene ya está cerrado. Consúltalo [+info] malen@iisj.es

Bilkurak

La Sociología Jurídica en América Latina y el Caribe: Debates Actuales y Perspectiva Futura

16-17 Feb: Ultima Ratio III
Chair: Joxerramon Bengoetxea (Universidad del País Vasco-Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea)
"We met in February for a third, but not last, workshop on Ultima Ratio fantastically organised by Malen; The finno-sarro-basquish gathering delivered up to all expectations; perhaps we have not solved all problems concerning ultima ratio in the margins of the criminal law, perhaps we hqve not even solved a single one of them, but I believe we identified most of the issues and we had fun while doing so, Oñati is an ideal place for this type of gatherings, socially and intellectually." [+info] [+Programme]

The Limits of Criminalization: Precursor Crimes of Terrorism (Towards an Orwellian Society throughout Precursor and Communication Conducts? A Conceptual and Legislative Analysis)

10-11 Mar: Working the boundaries of law
Chair: Morag McDermont (University of Bristol)
"This colloquium brought together academics from socio-legal studies and the broader social sciences to explore conceptual approaches to, and evolving understanding of, practices, subjectivities and relationships at the boundaries of law. It emerged from an ERC funded research programme – New Sites of Legal Consciousness – led by Professor Morag McDermont (University of Bristol, UK). [...] Papers from the colloquium will be published in a special issue of Onati Socio-Legal Series in 2017. " [+info] [+Programme]

Sex Work in the Early 21st Century – Law, Policy and Reality

16 Mar: “Global problems, local solutions. Issues in contemporary sociology of law” In memory of the first scientific director Professor Andre‐Jean Arnaud
Chairs: Adam Czarnota (Scientific Director ‐ International Institute for the Sociology of Law)

[+Programme]

Sex Work in the Early 21st Century – Law, Policy and Reality

21-22 Apr: Derecho y Sociedad: diálogos entre países centrales y periféricos
Chairs: Germano Schwartz (Conselho Nacional de Pesquisa e Pós-Graduação em Direito)

"Conpedi with the help of Unilasalle (the only Master in Sociology of Law in Brazil) have approached Oñati in order to realize that meeting and we found in Adam Czarnota and the IISL staff a prompt and helpful response. Almost 100 brazilian researchers come to Oñati and they could testify the excellence of the Institute. " [+info] [+Programme]

Latest publications

Oñati Socio-Legal Series

Vol. 5, n. 5 (special issue 2015): Investigations - Investigaciones - Ikerlanak

** #OSLS in ERIHPlus**

We are very proud to tell you that the Oñati Socio-legal Series has been included in ERIH PLUS (European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences) [+info] quality index.

The aim of this index is to enhance global visibility of high quality research in the humanities published in academic journals in various European languages all over Europe.

We would like to thank all our editors, board members, authors and reviewers! Without your work and support, this achievement would have not been possible.


External reviewers - Revisores externos 2015

Farinha, G.R. Legal Pluralism: Interactions Between Official and Unofficial Laws: The Case Study of a Multi-ethnic Community Farm. 1181-1208. [+pdf]

Howard, T.. The “Rules of Engagement”: A Socio-legal Framework for Improving Community Engagement in Natural Resource Governance. 1209-1235. [+pdf]

Kaufman, E. Bryant Park as a Site of Production: Revenue and Social Control. 1236-1235. [+pdf]

Monte, M.E. Abortion Liberalization Demand in Argentina: Legal Discourses as Site of Power Struggle: A Case Study on the Structural Case Portal de Belén vs. Córdoba (2012-2013). 1261-1290. [+pdf]

Nieminen, K. Rebels without a Cause? Civil disobedience, Conscientious Objection and the Art of Argumentation in the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights. 1291-1308. [+pdf]

Oliver Olmo, P., Urda Lozano, J.C. Bureau-repression: Administrative Sanction and Social Control in Modern Spain. 1309-1328. [+pdf]

Sá e Silva, F. de. Lawyers, Governance, and Globalization: the Diverging Paths of “Public Interest Law” across the Americas. 1329-1350. [+pdf]

Telleria, I., Ahedo Gurrutxaga, I. Gobernanza Urbana y Participación Comunitaria: Los Casos de Barcelona, Bilbao y Pamplona. 1351-1381. [+pdf]

Pedernera, L., Torrado Martín-Palomino, E. La Prostitución desde la Perspectiva de la Demanda: Amarres Enunciativos para su Conceptualización. 1382-1400. [+pdf]

Zubiaurre, A. El Aseguramiento de los Informes de Sostenibilidad: Diferencias Sustanciales con la Auditoría de Cuentas. 1401-1422. [+pdf]

Book Reviews

Robert Leckey (ed). After Legal Equality: Family, Sex, Kinship. Abingdon: Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, 2015, pp. 224, ISBN 978-0-415-72161-5 £85 [+pdf ]

Donald Black. Moral Time. Oxford & New York: Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. 288, ISBN 978-0-19-973714-7 £21,99 [+pdf]

Vol. 5, n. 6 (special issue 2015): Gender Violence: Redressing Intersectionality

Issue edited by Floretta Boonzaier (University of Cape Town), David Gadd (University of Manchester) and Julie Goldscheid (The City University of New York)

Narrating the Intersectionalities of Gender Violence

Boonzaier, F., Gadd, D.: Narrating the Intersectionalities of Gendered Violence: Introduction. 1429-1432. [+pdf]

Stubbs, J.: Gendered Violence, Intersectionalities and Resisting Gender Neutrality. 1433-1451. [+pdf]

Taşcıoğlu, E.E. “I Lived and Learned”: Violence, Survival and Knowledge in Trans Women’s Lives in Turkey. 1452-1470. [+pdf]

Van Niekerk, T.J., Boonzaier, F.A. Respectability, Chivalry and ‘Fixing’ Women: Men’s Narratives of Intimate Partner Violence in Cape Town. 1471-1489. [+pdf]

Fileborn, B. Unwanted Sexual Attention in Licensed Venues: Considering LGBTIQ Young Adults’ Experiences and Perceptions. 1490-1508. [+pdf]


Legal Remedies for Gendered Violence

Goldscheid, J. Intersectionalities of Gender Violence: Legal Remedies: Editorial. [+pdf]

Atrey, S. Lifting as We Climb: Recognizing Intersectional Gender Violence in Law. 1512-1535. [+pdf]

McWilliams, M., Yarnell, P., Churchill, M. Forced Dependency and Legal Barriers: Implications of the UK’s Immigration and Social Security Policies for Minoritized Women Living in Abusive Intimate Relationships in Northern Ireland. 1536-1556. [+pdf]

Peroni, C. Gender-based Violence and ‘Feminicide’ in Queer Italian Movements: Questioning Gender, Sexuality, and the (Hetero)normative Order. 1557-1579. [+pdf]

Vol. 6, n. 1 (January-March 2016): Inequality and Austerity after the Global Financial Crisis: Law, Gender and Sexuality

Issue edited by Nan Seuffert (University of Wollongong) and Anthea Vogl (University of Technology Sydney)

N. Seuffert, A. Vogl: Inequality and Austerity after the Global Financial Crisis: Law, Gender, Sexuality. [+pdf]

J. Kelsey: A Gendered Response to Financial Crisis: What Can Others Learn from Iceland? [+pdf]

A. Zokaityte: A Financial Literacy Measure: Gendering And Contextualising Financial Technicalities. [+pdf]

A. Kapur: The Value of International-National Interactions and Norm Interpretations in Catalysing National Prosecutions of Sexual Violence. [+pdf]

J. Stubbs: Downsizing Prisons in an Age of Austerity? Justice Reinvestment and Women’s Imprisonment. [+pdf]

T. Dreher: Pinkwashing the Past: Gay Rights, Military History and the Sidelining of Protest in Australia. [+pdf]

A. Vogl: A Matter of Time: Enacting the Exclusion of Onshore Refugee Applicants through the Reform and Acceleration of Refugee Determination Processes. [+pdf]

Vol. 6, n. 2 (April-June 2016): Juries and Mixed Tribunals across the Globe: New Developments, Common Challenges and Future Directions

Issue edited by Nancy S. Marder (IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law – Chicago) and Valerie P. Hans (Cornell Law School, Ithaca – New York).

Nancy Marder, Valerie P. Hans: Introduction to Juries and Mixed Tribunals across the Globe: New Developments, Common Challenges and Future Directions [+pdf]

New Developments, Practices, and Innovations

Jae-Hyup Lee, Jisuk Woo: Judge-Jury Interaction in Deliberation: Enhancement or Obstruction of Independent Jury Decision-Making? [+pdf]

Mar Jimeno-Bulnes, Valerie P. Hans: Legal Interpreter for the Jury: The Role of the Clerk of the Court in Spain [+pdf]

María Inés Bergoglio: Citizen Views on Punishment: the Difference Between Talking and Deciding [+pdf]

Stefan Machura: Civil Justice: Lay Judges in the EU Countries [+pdf]

Marie Comiskey: Tempest in a Teapot – The Role of the Decision Tree in Enhancing Juror Comprehension and Whether It Interferes with the Jury’s Right to Deliberate Freely? [+pdf]

Common Challenges

Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Natalie Martschuk, Anne Cossins: Programmatic Pretest-posttest Research to Reduce Jury Bias in Child Sexual Abuse Cases [+pdf]

Regina A. Schuller, Caroline Erentzen: The Challenge for Cause Procedure in Canadian Criminal Law [+pdf]

The Jury as a Political Institution

Robert P. Burns: Popular Sovereignty and the Jury Trial [+pdf]

Masahiro Fujita, Nahoko Hayashi, Syûgo Hotta: Trust in the Justice System: Internet Survey after Introducing Mixed Tribunal System in Japan [+pdf]

John D. Jackson, Nikolai P. Kovalev: Lay Adjudication in Europe: The Rise and Fall of the Traditional Jury [+pdf]


Sortuz: call for papers

We have an open call for papers all year round, however, to be considered for the second issue of 2016 of Sortuz.
Submit the papers through our on-line system before August 20, 2016. [+info]

Nuestra convocatoria se encuentra abierta todo el año, sin embargo, para ser considerados para el segundo número de 2016 de Sortuz. Los artículos se deben enviar a través de nuestro sistema en línea antes del 20 de agosto de 2016. [+info]

 

Sortuz: Oñati Journal of Emergent Socio-legal Studies: Vol. 7, n. 2 (2015)

Articles

Jordi Tena-Sánchez: Estrategias de Diseño Institucional y Cumplimiento. El Caso de las Nuevas Políticas de Seguridad Vial en España [+pdf]

Nicolas Juan Papalia: ¿Qué Piensan Jueces y Juezas sobre la Violencia Doméstica? [+pdf]

Maria Eugenia Monte, Leticia Gavernet: Constituyentes y Constituidas: Sexualidad y Reproducción en las Reformas Constitucionales de Argentina (1994) y Bolivia (2009) [+pdf]

Carolina Alves Vestena: Social Reforms in Brazil: Criticism of the Institutionalization of BolsaFamília Program [+pdf]

Orlando Aragón Andrade: El Derecho después de la Insurrección. Cherán y el Uso Contra-Hegemónico del Derecho en la Suprema Corte de Justicia de México [+pdf]

Ignasi Bernat Molina: Entendiendo los Desahucios. Financiarización, Poder Corporativo y Derechos Mercantilizados [+pdf]

Ma. Ovidia Rojas Castro: La Transformación de la Expropiación en México [+pdf]

Luca Verzelloni: Building Bridges between the Legal Professions: The Case of the Italian Observatories of Civil Justice [+pdf]

Translations

Johannes Feest: Abolitionism. Some Answers to Frequently Asked Questions [+pdf]

Library and Documentation Centre

IISL Library online catalogThank you to all the donors who have sent us their publications:

Adam Czarnota, Ainhoa Martínez, Alberto Abad, Alberto Febbrajo, Alexander Kondakov, Aloisio Krohling, Ana María Vargas, Aniceto Masferrer, Antonio Carlos Wolkmer, Antonio Casimiro Ferreira, Antonio Minhoto, Aryna Dzmitryieva, Daniel Achutti, Diógenes V. Hassan Ribeiro, Dominik Kohlhagen, Eduardo Pazinato, Fernando Tapia, Giuseppe Campesi, Giuseppe Giura, Gustavo Noronha de Avila, Iker Barbero, Jiri Priban, Joxerramon Bengoetxea, Laécio Noronha Xavier, Manuel Calvo García, Maria Joao Guia, Mauro Benente, Mavis Maclean, Michael Anthony C. Dizon, Paulo Roney Avila Fagúndez, Pedro Caeiro, Peter Fitzpatrick, Raúl Susín Betrán, Reza Banakar, Scott Veitch, Teresa Picontó Novales, Vincenzo Ferrari, Wanda Capeller, Zbigniew Lasocik


AL-HAQ Organisation, Bononia University Press, Cambridge University Press, Editorial FEDHAV, Hegoa, Universidad Diego Portales, Univesity of Antwerp.

Oñati in the Third ISA Forum of Sociology, Vienna
Honouring Andre-Jean Arnaud, 12 July 2016. Honouring Andre-Jean Arnaud, 12 July 2016. Oñati Community #OñatiCommunity
Honouring Andre-Jean Arnaud, 12 July 2016. Oñati Community #OñatiCommunity
Honouring Andre-Jean Arnaud, 12 July 2016. #OñatiCommunity
Oñati Institute Seminar Series

Reflections of framing effects on internantional law: the case of the international Health Regulations (2005): Silvia Park, Universities of Potsdam and Paris Nanterre. 17th February 2016, 15:00

Cultural Expertise in Europe: What is it useful for?: Livia Holden, Karakoram International University, 10th February 2016, 15:00.

Doing Socio-Legal Research as a Newcomer - Challenges and How to Master Them: Ulrike Müller, Germany, 4th February 2016, 18:00.

Institutional Translation in Greek and Roman Egypt: José Luis Alonso, University of the Basque Country, 3 February 2016, 15:00.

Political lawyering and political protests in Brazil (2013-2015): Frederico de Almeida, University of São Paulo, 27th January 2016, 15:00.

Gestational Carrier, Motherhood and Family: Paula Pinhal de Carlos, Brazil, 14th January,17:30 [+info

Cry, Drink and Write: Ihintza Palacin & Ainhoa Martinez, 4th January 2016, 15:00.

Recent Visitors to the Institute / Han visitado el Instituto

You will find an unique atmosphere to research or write, with the best Library and Documentation Center [+] on Law and Society to make research

Disfruta de un ambiente único para investigar o escribir, en la mejor Biblioteca y Centro de Documentación [+] sobre sociología jurídica para desarrollar tu investigación

Residence Grants / Becas de residencia

María Eugenia MonteMª Eugenia Monte (Argentina): 2015/12/30 - 2016/03/30

"La Biblioteca del Instituto es estimulante y cuenta con una vasta colección de revistas y libros sobre literatura socio-jurídica feminista difíciles de encontrar en nuestros países.

Ha sido un placer enorme volver al Instituto y compartir experiencias con estudiantes del Master Program, otros visting scholars y gente del lugar, además de entrañables caminatas por las montañas." [+info]

Ulrike MüllerUlrike Müller (Germany): 2016/01/09 - 2016/02/07

"My stay at the IISJ was a very productive one   as I expected! I knew the Institute from being a master's student and knew that the Residence Grant is an excellent possibility to advance one's work. Indeed, it was great to come back now for my PhD, and felt quite a bit like coming home. The library proved very conducive in many ways" [+info]

Visiting scholars / Investigadores visitantes

Paula Pinhal de CarlosPaula Pinhal de Carlos (Brazil): 2016/01/13 - 2015/01/15

"La visita al IISJ incluyó una investigación à la biblioteca acerca de la gestación de substitución y también una ponencia para los alunos del master sobre el tema de la gestación de substitución y la maternidad en Brasil y Francia." [+info]

Federico Almeida (Brazil): 2016/01/10 - 2015/02/08

"The IISL provided me all the necessary conditions to conduct my research at its rich Library and to work at a confortable office. The four weeks stay in Oñati also gave me the necessary peace and immersion to reflect about my research and to construct its analytical framework." [+info]

Marco Antonio LoschiavoMarco Antonio Loschiavo (Brazil): 2016/01/18 - 2016/02/18

"My stay at Oñati Instituto Internacional de Sociología Jurídica (IISJ) as visiting researcher – from January to February 2016 - was very important for the development of some ideas of my doctoral thesis.
[...] I must also highlight that I had a great time in the IISJ and in the Residencia Antia - all professors, staff, students and researchers that I met were friendly - besides the beautiful sourradings of the Aizkorri-Aratz Natural Park. " [+info]

Camilo Eduardo Umaña HernándezCamilo Eduardo Umaña Hernández (Colombia): 2016/02/09 - 2015/03/11

"El instituto es ideal para una estancia de investigación. Su ambiente tranquilo, la calidad de su staff y la profundidad de su bilbioteca permiten una inmersión total en la investigación. Sólo tengo palabras de agradecimiento." [+info]

Antonio Azuela (Mexico): 2016/04/04 - 2015/04/09

"As usual, people at the Library and at the Institute at large were extremely helpful. The environment of the Institute within the Oñati landscape provide a wonderful context for research and writing.
At the end of my visit, I participated in a Workshop on Sociology of Law in Latin America, which gave me the opportunity to meet a group of colleagues of the new generation and exchange points of view with them. No doubt Oñati is unique in combining a cosmopolitan debate on socio-legal studies with a strong and compelling local culture. “Glocality” at its best!" [+info]

Miguel Ángel Andrés LlamasMiguel Ángel Andrés Llamas (Salamaca): 2016/04/04 - 2015/04/09

"IISL's staff was absolutely professional and made me feel really comfortable and welcomed. Undoubtedly, Oñati is a nice place to focus on your task and work efficiently in a multicultural atmosphere. Definitely, it was really a great experience in a professional and also a personal way." [+info]

Lasha Bregvadze (Georgia): 2016/04/09 - 2015/04/16

"The rich library of the institute allowed me to collect some unique materials, discussions with colleagues from different academic cultures, representing various disciplinary perspectives, were indeed enlightening and promising. It was also challenging for me to present some of my ideas to researchers coming from different parts of the world. That is why Oñati is the place where one should always be happy to come back – this means combining both useful and pleasant experiences." [+info]

Alexander KondakovAlexander Kondakov (Russia): 2016/04/16 - 2016/04/23

"This short scientific mission supported by ProsPol (European Commission COST Action IS1209) aimed to expand theoretical perspectives on regulation of sex work through work in socio-legal library of the International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL) in Oňati. My overall project looks at how sex industry is organized in Russia and in what way enforcement of law shapes its current form." [+info]

Larissa SandyLarissa Sandy (Australia): 2016/04/17 - 2016/04/23

"The Library is a very inspiring place for reading and writing and being located in the town of Onati, the setting is very beautiful. I hope to come back for my next sabbatical and be able to spend more time at the Institute." [+info]

Rubens BecakRubens Becak (Brazil): 2016/05/14 - 2016/05/18

"A complete Institute devoted to sociology of law in a fantastic place where one can be imerse completely in the desired task. The place is very beautiful and fit to the intention. Moreover it’s necessary to say something about the Library: complete and focused." [+info]

Wanda Capeller (France): 2016/05/10 - 2016/05/19

"I was very welcomed at the IISL, a great and kind library staff helped me to find the books that interested me. I was located in a calm and charming office in the “Torrinha” where it was very agreeable to work. I thank very much the IISL for this opportunity to do a good work." [+info]

Anette Bringedal HougeAnette Bringedal Houge (Norway): 2016/05/26 - 2015/06/03

"Thank you so much for another productive research stay at the IISL. This time I have worked on a couple of articles for my PhD on conflict-related sexual violence that I hope to submit for peer review in not too long." [+info]

Rune EllefsenRune Ellefsen (Norway): 2016/05/30 - 2016/06/07

"The purpose of my stay at IISL has been to work on two articles that foms part of my phd thesis. As a legal-sociologist working on criminological and socio-legal issues, the IISL library offers great sources for my work and Onati is a perfect environment for writing." [+info]

Jessica WhyteJessica Whyte (Australia): 2016/06/01 - 2015/06/15

"Onati was a peaceful and beautiful place to write and research. All the staff at the IISL were extremely helpful and the library is a fantastic resource for scholars and students of law and sociology." [+info]

Michal StambulskiMichal Stambulski (Poland): 2016/06/19 - 2016/06/26

"In Onati I conducted research in the scope of my grant "Law and ideology in poststructural social theory" (granted by the National Science Centre, Poland nr 2015/17/N/HS5/00733). I especially was doing query on previous reaerch that used concept of ideology in law." [+info]

Anne Wallace (Australia): 2016/06/21 - 2016/07/02

"The time was extremely productive, and the facilities and surroundings provided an excellent working environment in which to concentrate and engage with my work.  The library is extensive, and the staff extremely helpful.  I am very appreciative of this opportunitt and wish to thank the staff of the Institute, a a whole, for making my time in Onati so enjoyable and rewarding." [+info]

Jolanta SawickaJolanta Sawicka (Poland): 2016/06/25 - 2016/07/05

"IISL-Oñati is good place with good people. Really fantastic conditions for intellectual work. During my stay I was able to work on the theme of conflict in a democracy - democracy which is constituted and supported by the erosion of the criteria of certain, associated with temporariness and uncertainty.
[...] It was a huge pleasure and joy to be here. And I will miss Oñati. I felt here even better than at my own city.
" [+info]

Shane Paul ChalmersShane Paul Chalmers (Australia): 2016/07/01 - 2016/07/29

"I am visiting the IISL in Oñati as an Australian Endeavour Research Fellow. The purpose of this six-month Fellowship is to complete the first stage of a postdoctoral project that examines how ‘the rule of law’ takes form as an empirical matter in four areas of importance in the modern world. " [+info]

Emma LeeEmma Lee (Australia): 2016/07/02 - 2016/07/29

"Return to Basque Country.
I have found an intellectual home at IISJ.  As an Indigenous person the welcome is especially meaningful, for our scholarship is often unrecognised in the struggle to regain our sovereignty, freedom and voice.  After having spent three months here in late 2015, I return to Basque Country, and IISJ, to learn how the cultural strengths and practices of traditional communities underpin food tourism that contributes to national economies. " [+info]

Wladimir Rodrigues Dias (Brazil)
Silvia Park (Suiza)
Bartosz Kuzniarz (Brazil)
Wladimir Rodrigues Dias (Brazil)
2016/01/16 - 2016/01/23
Silvia Park (Suiza)
2016/02/02 - 2016/02/26
Bartosz Kuzniarz (Brazil)
2016/05/21 - 2016/05/29
  • Ion Fdez. de las Heras (Vitoria-Gasteiz) 2016/01/10 - 2016/02/08
  • Gislene Moura Sousa (Brazil) 2016/01/10 - 2016/02/08
  • Frederico Almeida (Brazil) 2016/01/10 - 2016/02/08
  • Karol Muszynski (Poland) 2016/03/14 - 2016/03/21
  • Deborah Brock (Canada) 2016/04/14 - 2016/04/23
  • Mª Eugenia Monte (Argentina) 2016/04/01 - 2016/04/30
  • Erika Bárcena Arévalo (Mexico) 2016/04/05 - 2016/05/02
  • Piotr Niczuporuk (Poland) 2016/05/02 - 2016/05/08
  • Joao Pedroso (Portugal) 2016/05/15 - 2016/05/21
  • Antonio Casimiro Ferreira (Portugal) 2016/05/15 - 2016/05/21
  • Marília De Nardin Budó (Brazil) 2016/05/15 - 2016/05/20
  • Sebastian Mello (Brazil) 2016/05/15 - 2016/05/19
  • Francisco Ramalho Ortigao Farias (Brazil) 2016/05/16 - 2016/05/18
  • Alvaro Filipe Oxley Da Roucha (Brazil) 2016/05/16 - 2016/05/19
  • Eudes Vitor Bezerra (Brazil) 2016/05/16 - 2016/05/18
  • Gustavo Noronha De Avila (Brazil) 2016/05/16 - 2016/05/18
  • Michael Thomson (Reino Unido) 2016/05/09 - 2016/05/19
  • Sharyn Roach Anleu (Australia) 2016/06/27 - 2016/07/04


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