Janine Ubink (Leiden University, the Netherlands)
Geert van den Steenhoven
Keebet von Benda-Beckmann
Helen Dancer (University of Sussex, UK)
Board 2021– 2023
Jennifer Corrin (The University of Queensland, Australia)
Marie-Claire Foblets (Max Planck Institute, Halle, Germany)
Armando Guevara-Gil (Universidad para el Desarrollo Andino, Perú)
Chuma Himonga (University of Zambia)
René Kuppe (University of Vienna, Austria)
Natalya Novikova (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS, Russia)
Ghislain Otis (University of Ottawa, Canada)
Devanathan Parthasarathy (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)
Christa Rautenbach (North-West University, South Africa)
Alison Dundes Renteln (University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA)
Rachel Sieder (Center for Research and Graduate Studies in Social Anthropology, Mexico)
Indira Simbolon (Asian Development Bank, Philippines)
Masami Mori Tachibana (Kyoto Bunkyo University, Japan)
Bertram Turner (Max Planck Institute, Halle, Germany)
Patricia Urteaga (Universidad Catolica de Lima, Peru)
Ulrike Wanitzek (University of Bayreuth, Germany)
Markus Weilenmann (Office for Conflict Research in Developing Countries, Switzerland)
Werner Zips (University of Vienna, Austria)
Ex Officio Members
Maarten Bavinck (Past President, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands)
Keebet von Benda-Beckmann (Past President, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany)
Anne Griffiths (Past President, University of Edinburgh, UK)
Dik Roth (on behalf of Legal Pluralism and Critical Social Analysis, Wageningen University, the Netherlands)
Janine Ubink (Current President, Leiden University, the Netherlands)
Melanie Wiber (on behalf of Legal Pluralism and Critical Social Analysis, University of New Brunswick, Canada)
Käte Hamburger Kolleg first annual conference ‘Legal Unity and Pluralism’
The first annual conference of the Käte Hamburger Kolleg ‘Legal Unity and Pluralism’ takes place on 15-17 September 2022 in Münster, Germany.
Call for paper proposals for a special issue of Legal Pluralism and Critical Social Analysis
Legal Pluralism and Critical Social Analysis is preparing a special issue on the theme ‘Legal Pluralism in the Urban Realm’ and is calling for proposals to contribute.
Writing course and support for early career scholars from our journal
The editors of Legal Pluralism and Critical Social Analysis are organizing a series of online writing workshops for early career scholars with little publishing experience who intend to publish their work in Legal Pluralism and Critical Social Analysis.
Legal pluralism panels at the Global Meeting on Law & Society, Lisbon 2022
We are pleased to announce that there will be twelve panels on legal pluralism at Lisbon 2022 spread over the four days of the conference and covering a range of themes.
Call for Submissions: Indigenizing What It Means to be Human: Stories, Poems, Dreams, and Memories
SAPIENS magazine invites creative works for the Indigenizing What It Means to be Human: Stories, Poems, Dreams, and Memories project.