Law and time

Regulating Time: New Perspectives on Regulation, Law and Temporalities

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This research network investigates how law and regulation are shaped by dominant understandings of time. Funded by the UK’s Arts & Humanities Research Council, the network runs from 2015 to 2017 and is co-ordinated by Dr Emily Grabham (Law, University of Kent) and Dr Sian Beynon-Jones (Sociology, University of York). Please see our blog for further information and updates.

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University of York

.@JoanneConaghan speaks about the importance of historical method for feminist research in labour law #LLRN2017 @FLS_journal

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New historical sources for labour lawyers: Adelle Blackett on colonial cookbooks for understanding historical legal… https://t.co/uosj703V1W

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University of Kent - Time & Law; University of Kent

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Last Updated: 28/07/2015

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