14.03. do 16.03.2017 w Halle, Niemcy

Law, Legal Language, and Ideas of Justice in Poland: On the Consequences of Socio-Political Upheaval from the 18th to the 21st Century

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Law, Legal Language, and Ideas of Justice in Poland: On the Consequences of Socio-Political Upheaval from the 18th to the 21st Century

Halle, 14-16 March 2017

Tuesday, March 14

6:00 pm

Yvonne Kleinmann

Welcome & Introduction

Keynote Lecture

Andrzej Rzepliński

The Genealogy of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal in the 1980s

Venue: Hörsaal I, Steintor-Campus, Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle-Wittenberg, Adam-Kuckhoff-Str. 35, 06108 Halle (Saale)

Wednesday, March 15

Venue: Seminar room 7, 1st floor, Steintor-Campus, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Emil-Abderhalden-Straße 26-27, 06108 Halle (Saale)

9:00-11:00 am

PANEL I: Theory of Law

Władysław Pęksa

The Reception of Foreign Law as a Phenomenon in Jurisprudence and as a Factor of Modernization: The Polish Example against the Background of Central Europe

Andrzej Madeja

Law and Justice in a Psycho-Social Perspective. Achievements and Contributions of Polish Sociology of law

Mateusz Stępień

The Polish Legal Culture through the Lens of Postcolonial Perspectives

Matthias Kaufmann

Comment on the Section & Discussion

Coffee Break

11:30-13:30 pm

PANEL II: Legal Transfer and Comparison

Michał Gałędek

Concepts of National Codification in the Light of Statements by Jan Wincenty Bandtkie and Antoni Wyczechowski (1815)

Anna Klimaszewska

Law in Society: Polish Entrepreneurs and Traders vis-à-vis French Commercial Law in the 19th Century

Marek Łaziński & Karolina Józwiak

Verbal Aspect and Legal Interpretation

Dietmar Müller (solicited)

Comment on the Section & Discussion

Lunch

3:30-5:30 pm

PANEL III: Poland as Part of Superordinate Systems

Yvonne Kleinmann

Communication on the Legal Order between the Inhabitants of the Former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Imperial Authorities of the 19th Century

Alfred Sproede

Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Writers Coming to Terms with the Process of "Juridification": Literary Perspectives on the Advancement of Polish Legal Culture

Piotr Eckhardt

Socialism under Construction: Law as a Tool of Socialist Political Ideology on Architecture, Urbanism and Spatial Justice in the People's Republic of Poland

Claudia Kraft

Comment on the Section & Discussion

Coffee Break

6:00-7.30 pm

PANEL III: Crossroads of National and International Law

Christoph Brendel

Nationality in Polish and International Law after World War I – State of Research and Questions

Konstantin Rometsch

Beyond Security, State and Sanctions? Transnational Legal Activism from Eastern Europe from the 1920s through 1950s

Dirk Hanschel (solicited)

Comment on the Section & Discussion

Conference Dinner

Thursday, 16 March

Venue: Seminar room 7, 1st floor, Steintor-Campus, Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg, Emil-Abderhalden-Straße 26-27, 06108 Halle (Saale)

8:30-10.30 am

PANEL IV: Transitional Justice – Justice in Transition

Dominika Uczkiewicz

The Polish Government in Exile and the Punishment of Nazi Crimes, 1939-1945. Tensions between Political, Juridical and Social Ideas of Justice

Barbara Padło

Dealing with the Past for Crimes Committed in the Past in Poland – Stalinist Judges and 1981-1989 Judges

Jacek K. Sokołowski

Courts as Policy-Makers: Transitional Justice in Poland 1997-2007

Annette Weinke

Comment on the Section & Discussion

Coffee Break

11.00-13:00

PANEL V: Legal Actors

Felix Ackermann

The Penal System in Partitioned Poland as Part of the Imperial Orders of the 19th Century

Paulina Gulińska-Jurgiel

Concepts and Attempts of Standardization in the Punishment of NS Crimes: West German-Polish Cooperation in the 1960s

Rafael Mrowczynski

Societal Transformations, Changing Legal Systems and Professional Habitus of Lawyers in Poland and Russia

Marie-Claire Foblets

Comment on the Section & Discussion

FINAL DISCUSSION

Organizers: Aleksander-Brückner-Zentrum für Polenstudien & Instytut Historyczny Uniwersytetu Warszawskiego

Funded by: Deutsch-Polnische Wissenschaftsstiftung, Emmy-Noether-Programm (DFG), Martin-Luther-Universität Halle-Wittenberg

Registration until Friday, 10 March 2017:

paulina.gulinska-jurgiel@geschichte.uni-halle.de

www.polenstudien.de

https://www.facebook.com/aleksanderbruecknercenter/

Kontakt

Paulina Gulinska-Jurgiel
Aleksander-Brückner-Zentrum für Polenstudien, Martin-Luther-Universität, E.-Abderhalden-Str. 26-27, 06108 Halle (Saale)