From the department of Historical Regimes of Normativity at the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory

Por una Historia del Derecho ancha y ajena

La historia del derecho de los pueblos indígenas y comunidades campesinas de los Andes exige ir más allá de las tradicionales fuentes históricas y revalorar las narrativas y rituales de legitimación de los derechos localmente vigentes. Recuperar las narraciones históricas en sus lugares de enunciación (espacial, temporal, cultural) también demanda dialogar con esas colectividades y sus intelectuales, sean estos indígenas, campesinos o subalternos.

Migration and trade: two sides of the same coin?

What legal history can tell us about the philosophical and legal reciprocity between the right of free movement of trade and the duty to protect the migration and self-preservation of peoples.

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