When attempting to analyse multiple legalities, various conceptualizations have been and continue to be offered to capture this phenomenon. These different conceptualizations rest on different images of multiplicity. How do we arrive at such diverging conceptualizations, and what are the reasons behind them? This panel presents and discusses three different images of multiplicity.
Dana Burchardt, Berlin Potsdam Research Group “International Law – Rise or Decline?”
Francesco Corradini, Graduate Institute Geneva
Valentin Jeutner, Lund University, Sweden.
Discussant: Brian Z. Tamanaha, Washington University
Birkenkötter, Hannah, Burchardt, Dana, Tamanaha, Brian Z., Corradini, Francesco; Jeutner, Valentin: Images of Multiplicity: Spaces, Entanglement, Hybridity, VerfBlog, 2021/1/12, https://verfassungsblog.de/images-of-multiplicity-spaces-entanglement-hybridity/.
Hannah Birkenkötter is a research assistant at the Chair of Public Law and Legal Philosophy (Prof. Dr. Christoph Möllers) at the Humboldt University Berlin. She is an Associate Editor at Verfassungsblog covering public international law issues.
Dana Burchardt is a Postdoc at Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin Potsdam Research Group “International Rule of Law – Rise or Decline?“
Brian Z. Tamanaha
Brian Z. Tamanaha is the John S. Lehmann University Professor, Washington University, and author of 'Legal Pluralism Explained: History, Theory, Consequences' (forthcoming Oxford University Press January 2021).
Francesco Corradini is a doctoral researcher in international law (minor in sociology) at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva.
Valentin Jeutner is an Associate Professor of International Law at Lund University, Sweden.