Join us on Friday 24 March, 4-6 pm, to celebrate the publication of ‘Decolonisation and Legal Knowledge: Reflections on Power and Possibility’ (Bristol University Press, 2023)
The launch will include a panel discussion and will be followed by a drinks reception.
50% launch discount for in-person attendees, and book signings available on request.
50% discount for online attendees.
- Professor Babatunde Fagbayibo, Professor in law at the University of Pretoria
- Professor Sujith Xavier, Associate Professor of law at the Faculty of Law, University of Windsor.
- Professor Ambreena Manji, Professor of law, Cardiff University
- Dr Suhraiya Jivraj, Reader in Law, University of Kent
‘Decolonisation and Legal Knowledge’ provides an essential examination of the meanings of decolonisation and explores how this examination can inform teaching, researching, and practising of law.
The book explores the ways in which the foundations of law are entangled in colonial thought and in its [re]production of ideas of commodification of bodies and space-time – and examines the ways in which we can use theories and praxes of decolonisation to produce legal knowledge for flourishing futures.
Find out more about the publication on the Bristol University Press website.