Deborah Avant (International Studies and Political Science)
Joe DiMento (Planning, Policy and Design, Criminology, Law and Society, Newkirk Center)
Martha Feldman (Planning, Policy and Design)
David Frank (Sociology)
Helen Ingram (Planning, Policy and Design)
George Marcus (Anthropology)
Bill Maurer (Anthropology)
Calvin Morrill (Sociology)
David Obstfeld (Graduate School of Management)
Wayne Sandholtz (Political Science)
Carroll Seron (Criminology, Law and Society)
Marc Ventresca (Graduate School of Management)
- Public Lecture: Susan F. Hirsch (GeorgeMasonUniversity), "The Quest for Justice after Terror: Perspectives from an Anthropologist/Victim", October 16, 2007.
- Colloquium: Susan F. Hirsch (GeorgeMasonUniversity), "Satisfying Victims: The Challenge of Global Justice," October 16, 2007.
- Critical Legalities Symposium: Constructing Legalities in Scientific Organizations, Fields and Cultures, April 7, 2006.
Martha Feldman (UC Irvine) and Calvin Morrill (UC Irvine), Moderators
Susan Silbey (MIT), "Safe Science: Governing Green Laboratories"
Jason Owen-Smith (University of Michigan), "Where Does Professional Knowledge Come From? Discussion, Inference, and Decision-Making in University Licensing"
Mark Suchman (Wisconsin), "Taming the Market for Medical Information: "Sharing is (S)caring" on the Digital Frontier"
Kaushik Sunder Rajan (UC Irvine), Discussant
- Critical Legalities Symposium: International Tribunals, October 11 - 12, 2005.
Cecelia Lynch (UC Irvine), Moderator
Richard Falk (Princeton University and UC Santa Barbara), "World Tribunal on Iraq: An Initiative of Global Civil Society"
John Hagan (Northwestern University), "The Flip-Flop Science of U.S. Diplomacy in Darfur: The Very Political Science of an International Court Referral"
Wayne Sandholtz (UC Irvine), "The International Criminal Tribunals: Creating Authority"
Richard Wilson (University of Connecticut), "Defining Genocide: Race and Ethnicity at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda"
- Critical Legalities Symposium: Law and the Production of Knowledge, February 15 - 16, 2005.
Simon Cole (UC Irvine), Moderator
Marianne Constable (UC Berkeley), "Law and Knowledge in an Age of Information"
Marianne de Laet (Pomona), "Patents, Knowledge, and Technology Transfer"
Sarah Jain (Stanford), "Injury"
Bill Maurer (UC Irvine), Discussant
- Colloquium: Wendy Espeland (Northwestern University), "Rankled by the Rankings: The Effects of Media Rankings on Legal Education," January 26, 2004.
- Workshop: Wendy Espeland (Northwestern University), "Commensuration and Cognition: How Numbers Direct Attention," January 27, 2004.
Presentations of Faculty Work
- Quarter Meeting: Discussion of “The Global Dimensions of Rape-Law Reform: A Cross-National Study of Policy” by David Frank (Sociology, UC Irvine), November 13, 2007.
- Quarter Meeting: Discussion of two papers by George Marcus (Anthropology, UC Irvine), May 3, 2006.
- Quarter Meeting: Discussion of "Global Policy Fields: Conflicts and Settlements in Organized International Attention to Modern Census Activity, 1853-1947" by Marc Ventresca (Graduate School of Management, UC Irvine), May 3, 2004.
- Individuals, Organizations and the Law: Comparative and International Perspectives, a Joint Graduate Conference on Crime, Law and Society: WasedaUniversity and The University of California, Irvine, November 1 - 2, 2007.
- Co-Sponsored Event: Ethnography Workshop with Sally Engle Merry (New York University), May 3, 2007.
- What’s So Hard about Soft Law? A Graduate Student-Faculty Workshop, May 4 - 5, 2007.
- Screening of The Revolution Will Not Be Televised, followed by discussion with Venezuelan Supreme Court Justice, Fernando Ramon Vegas Torrealba, April 13, 2006.
- Refunctioning Ethnography: A Workshop on Qualitative Methodologies, Interdisciplinarity and the Professions, January 27 - 28, 2006.