‘Workshop: Ius Commune Conference 2019 – Ius Commune in the Making – Networks in the History of Private Law (28 November 2019, Leuven)’

“… The current Workshop aims now to explore our contemporary emerging concept of ‘networks’ in a comparative-historical perspective. These networks shape and challenge boundaries of traditional legal categories (eg, persons, things, contracts, torts, actions) as semi-autonomous social fields (Sally Falk Moore 1973), and thus have always grown and waned, and have had an impact on law and society. Networks are a form of social arrangement, and grow and nurture in that sfumato and agonal human environment–these days even electronically …” (more)

[Filip Batsele, ESCLH, 7 October]

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