The Law, (Slow) Science, Technology and Society (L(S)STS) Gatherings are a series of self-organised meetings of researchers wishing to discuss the core themes of LSTS research.
26 November 2020: with Imge Ozcan on What's wrong with 'universality'? A discussion on race, rights, and epistemic violence
18 December 2020: with Laurent de Sutter on Magic (!)
15 November 2018: with Serge Gutwirth, on the reactions to CJEU ruling on genome editing & the relations and the articulations of law, science and politics.
29 November 2018: with Niels Van Dijk, on res facta, res publica, on facts and the law.
20 December 2018: with Gloria González Fuster, on in-disciplining data.
17 January 2019: with René Mahieu, on the purpose of ethics.
7 February 2019: with Istvan Böröcz, on ethics in EU-funded research projects.
28 February 2019: with Deepan Sarma on public domain and the commons.
21 March 2019: with Gianclaudio Malgieri, on ethics in research (in relation to the PANELFIT project).
2 May 2019: with Serge Gutwirth, on the commons.
23 May 2019: CAVEAT at L(S)STS.
18 July 2019: with Gloria González Fuster and Niels van Dijk, on Great Classics.
26 September 2019: with Laura Drechsler on Against methods?.
31 October 2019: with Imge Ozcan, on Has Critique Run out of Steam? – Rethinking methods and the politics of knowledge production.
12 December 2019: with Paul Quinn, on book discussion: stigma, state expressions and the law implications of freedom of speech
9 January 2020: with Rocco Bellanova (UvA), on Making data European (Or how to study security database interoperability in terms of frictions and archiving processes)
3 April 2020: with Laurence Diver, on computational legalism vs. critical code studies.
24 April 2020: with Gianmarco Gori, on Being able to see: conflict, imagination and the ethos of Artificial Legal Intelligence. Some remarks inspired by the Greek tragedy Antigone.
18 May 2020: with Olga Gkotsopoulou, on COVID-19 related digital apps and data protection law: a conversation
29 October 2020: with Peter Burgess on the mystical origins of law.