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Introduction (Book chapter)

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ISBN: 9780415792219 9781315167695 Year: Pages: 29 Language: English
Publisher: Routledge
Subject: Law
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In bringing together this collection on law’s relationship with time, our
concern has been to register an increasing commitment among scholars across
disciplines to shift such patterns of engagement. Our own research over the past
few years has been preoccupied with the question of law’s temporalities, drawing
on a range of critical resources to investigate, through empirical research, the coproduction
of legal and temporal norms, subjectivities and political ontologies. In
our related efforts to create an interdisciplinary network of scholars working on
law and time,2 we have noted a distinct openness to questions of law, regulation
and legality from social sciences and humanities scholars working on temporality,
on the one hand (e.g. Adkins, 2012; Amoore, 2013; de Goede, 2015; Mitropoulos,
2012; Opitz et al., 2015), and an incisive conceptual and methodological
interdisciplinarity among critical and socio-legal scholars, on the other (e.g.
Cooper, 2013; Cornell, 1990; Craven et al., 2006; Douglas, 2011; Fitzpatrick,
2013; Keenan, 2014; Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, 2013; Valverde, 2015; van
Marle, 2003). Critical approaches to linear time and attention to law’s shaping of
time in diverse forms and through multiple techniques have animated research
across disciplines. We hope that the present collection will highlight these shared
concerns, fostering the cross-fertilisation of ideas and methods and further
developing conversations on law and time between socio-legal scholars, anthropologists,
sociologists, geographers, historians and others.


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