Development of Russian Law XIV – Post-Soviet Legal Choices and Decolonization will be part of the Aleksanteri conference 2023 – Decolonizing space in the Global East: Legal Choices, Political Transformations, Carceral Practices
The conference discussed the impact of gender and conservative backlash on contemporary governance models, especially in times of crisis and conflict, and how to administer effective non-violence conflict resolution.
What Happened in Russian Law in 2020?
The last event of 2020 for the Development of Russian Law project was “What happened in Russian Law in 2020?”, which took place via Zoom 18.12 at 16.00-18.00 CET time (Helsinki). Leading legal experts shared their analysis of the past year’s Russian legal development.
Watch the seminar here:
Brown Bag Lunch Talk with Dr. Elena Cirkovic (HSE St. Petersburg/Faculty of Law, UH) – The Melting Ice Caps, and the New Spaces of Legal Challenges in the Arctic, 13 February – 12:00 – Aleksanteri Institute 2nd floor meeting room.
Guest Lecture by Darryl B. Hill – Deconstructing the Great Man Narrative in Science: The Case of Ivan Pavlov, 16 January 2019 – 12:00 -Aleksanteri Institute
Guest Lecture by Alexandra Novitskaya – From Homophobia to Homonationalism… and Back? Russian-speaking LGBTQ Migrants in New York City , 10 January 2019 – 12:00 -Aleksanteri Institute
Guest Lecture by Galina Miazhevich – Carnivalesque Laughter and Deviant Sexuality on Russian TV, 13 December 2018 – 14:15 – Aleksanteri Institute