Critique in the Tropics: The Crisis of Indian Legal Education and Scholarship, convened by Adil Hasan Khan
Tuesday 24 August 2021
This event was part of the IILAH Festival of Conversations: Ideas and Performances.
This panel featured contributions from academics trained in the law in India, and currently teaching at Indian universities, who reflected on the inheritances, futures and failures of a critical legal project for Indian legal education and scholarship. The panel touched on three questions in particular:
1) what might the humanities offer law?;
2) how to teach law from critical perspectives?;
3) is legal critique a political project?
4) What possibilities for acknowledging plurality [i.e., of laws] does tropical legal critique enable, and what might it limit?
Dr. Anuj Bhuwania, Jindal Global Law School
Dr. Oishik Sircar, Jindal Global Law School
Dr. Debolina Dutta, Jindal Global Law School
Professor Rukmini Sen, Dr B. R. Ambedkar University Delhi
A podcast of this conversation can be listened to here.