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Comparative Studies of the Normative Basis of Civil Society I

Transnational Law: Theories and Applications
Described as one of the most intriguing developments in legal theory and practice today, Transnational Law invites a fundamental reflection on the place, ability and direction of legal regulation as far as flows of humans, data, viruses, goods, services, capital and other risks are concerned. Adopting interdisciplinary techniques and using case studies from around the world, this course provides an exploration of the role played by Transnational Law in normative worlds beyond both domestic and international realms. By considering the theory and practice of Transnational Law and taking a discursive approach to the material, students explore the relevance and potential of Transnational Law both 1) as a project, encompassing new legal doctrinal instruments and concepts, and 2) as an experiment in methodology, implying the creation and consolidation of complex assemblages of law and ‘regulatory governance’ elements. In doing so, they discuss from the critical perspective issues such as the ‘shift from government to governance’, the proliferation of private norm production, the emergence of new actors as norm authors and the increasing resort to ‘soft’ and ‘informal’ law. Upon completion of this course, students are expected to arrive at their own conclusions regarding the question of what, ultimately, is to be considered law.
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31M350-0362S
GAS-GS6A36L3
Comparative Studies of the Normative Basis of Civil Society I
ジロドウ イザベル
S1
木曜5限、金曜3限
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英語
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2
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授業計画
WEEK 1: Transnational Law: A child of its times? WEEKS 2-4: Transnational Law as a project * W2: Transnational Law’s inheritances, analogies and proprieties * W3/4: Transnational legal ordering WEEKS 5-12: Transnational Law as an experiment in methodology * W5: Law in a global context: Transnational Law as methodological laboratory * W6: Lex mercatoria * W7: Corporation * W8: Human rights law and transnational anthropology * W9: Comparative constitutional law and transnational constitutionalism * W10: Transnational human rights litigation * W11: Transnational (legal) history and societal memory * W12: Transnational environmental law in the Anthropocene WEEK 13: Roundtable project assignment: ‘When Transnational Law invites a reflection on what is to be considered law’
授業の方法
1. This course is conducted in the active learning style. Classes consist of interactive lectures, followed by both group and classroom discussions addressing broad concepts and/or focusing on case studies. These discussions are based upon pre-assigned readings and build on a list of questions proposed in advance. The preparation of a final Roundtable Project allows students to further engage in critical and reflective thinking. 2. The first class will be given online (Zoom: access information will be notified on ITC-LMS before the first class day) 3. From the second session onwards, classes will be held in person, with the option of online attendance for the students who are unable to come to campus due to the reasons permitted by the university policy. 4. Students can individually ask questions to the instructor during the time window of 15 minutes before the core lecture period starts. The students who wish to use that time are advised to notify the instructor beforehand by email.
成績評価方法
* Active participation in group and classroom discussions: 20%. * Bibliographic essay: 50%. * Roundtable Project: 30%.
教科書
No textbook required.
参考書
Most reading materials will be made available in class.
履修上の注意
Assignments, class materials and updates will be uploaded to Google Classroom. Please see the ITC-LMS page for further information.