Conference: Diaspora and Law
From November 17 to 19, the Selma Stern Center will discuss the effects of religious and cultural diversity on jurisdiction
News from Oct 29, 2019
At a conference of the Selma Stern Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg from November 17 to 19, scholars will discuss how conflicts between different ethical and legal positions can be reconciled in multicultural and multi-religious societies. In addition to theoretical and historical lectures, possibilities for practical implementation will be presented. Topics include the Jewish theology of the rule of law, the transformation of Sharia law from an understanding based on laws to a value system, and the influence of the diaspora on the relationship between state and community. Admission to the conference is free; registration is required by November 8, 2019 at email@example.com.
Selma Stern Center for Jewish Studies Berlin-Brandenburg is a collaborative project of European University Viadrina, Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, University of Potsdam, Abraham Geiger Kolleg, and the Moses Mendelssohn Center for European-Jewish Studies. The Center is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.