Dharma and Ethics VI: Tradition, Religion and Law

The Dharma and Ethics conferences are organized every year by the Centre for the Study of Local Cultures, established at Kuvempu University in collaboration with the Research Centre Vergelijkende Cultuurwetenschap at Ghent University, Belgium. The conferences are part of a larger project to address some of the problems with the existing theories about India in the domain of social sciences.


This conference is also seen as a preparation for two other initiatives:

(1) the fourth international conference of the Rethinking Religion in India cluster(RRI), to be held in Hubli in September 2012 and (2) the creation of an international research group on ‘Comparative Law’ at the Karnataka State Law University.


Research Centre Vergelijkende Cultuurwetenschap, Centre for the Study of Local Cultures (CSLC), Kuvempu University (Karnataka), Karnataka State Law University, Hubli (Karnataka)



type (discipline):

Conference / Congres / Symposium | Collaborations of UGent Faculty | Building the Academy of Social Sciences and Humanities (ĀSHA) (Social Sciences | Religious Studies | Law | Comparative Science of Cultures)


Dr. Arundhati Kulkarni
phone: 0091 836 2222 492

Sat, January 28th 2012

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The program is organised in 3 modules:
Module 1: Implications of Religious Distinctions for Law in India
Module 2: Religion, Law and Society
Module 3: On the nature of Law, Legal Disputations and justice in traditional mode

Further information see www.cslc.in (Dharma & Ethics - conference VI)


KSLU’s Law School
580 025 Hubli

Sun, January 29th 2012

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See day 1


KSLU’s Law School
580 025 Hubli

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