Institute for Interdisciplinary Legal Studies at Luzern: Visiting Fellows 2022

The Institute for Interdisciplinary Legal Studies at the University of Lucerne invites applications for our Visiting Fellows Programme 2022.

The fellowship programme is set up to support junior scholars (PhD students and postdocs) who wish to undertake a short-term research stay at the institute. The scheme is open to all working broadly on interdisciplinary topics at the intersections between law, the humanities and the social sciences. Focusing on critical and theoretical approaches, the institute aims to bring together a diverse group of scholars who read and think widely across fields, contexts and disciplines.

We particularly welcome applications from those working on projects that connect with our own core interests. Currently, these include:

  • Legal Futures and Futurity
  • Law and New Technologies
  • Law and the Life Sciences
  • Theories of Justice and Histories of the Judiciary
  • Law, Art, Politics

The deadline for submissions is Thursday 30 September 2021.

Further details on eligibility, application process and assessment criteria are available here.

Please direct any questions to Dr. Steven Howe (

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