24 July 2020
Law and Memory: Legal History of the 20th Centuryonline course
As any other social system, Law has also memory: it refers, through laws, legal decisions or doctrine, to the recent past. This is especially important in the case of mass atrocities, wars and dictatorships of Europe’s 20th Century. This course is aimed at analyzing the influences between Law, society and memory. It studies the legal construction of dictatorships and states of exception. It also explains how our contemporary legal systems have dealt with the past. The perspective is global and interdisciplinary.
Undergraduated students (Sophomore, Junior and Senior)
EUR 750: Tuition fee (non refundable)
EUR 150: Registration fee (non refundable)
Non UPF students from universities with an international exchange partnership with UPF will be exempt of paying the 150€ non refundable registration fee.