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Research, Programs and Courses

The Center in Law, Society and Culture's programming is roughly divided into Critical Legalities Symposia, Center Meetings, and Graduate Student Initiatives.

Past themes include: Activism and Social Movements, Bureaucracies and Institutions, Citizenship, Race and Nation, Gender, Sexuality and the Political, Philosophy and Ethics of Law, Science, Innovation and Technology Studies, Surveillance, Violence and Social Control, Textual Forms, Language, and Law, and Transnationalism and Global Exchange.

The Law, Society and Culture (LSC) Emphasis is designed to encourage students to explore and develop theoretical and empirical models to analyze and critique law and the role of law in legal, social, economic, political, and cultural contexts.