Matilda Arvidsson
Matilda Arvidsson
researcher in Law and Theory University of Gothenburg
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Spatial Justice and Street Art
M Arvidsson, P Bengtsen
Nordic Journal of Law & Social Research 1 (5), 2014
8*2014
Spatial Justice and Street Art
P Bengtsen, M Arvidsson
Nordic journal of law and social research (NNJLSR), 117-30, 2014
82014
From teleology to eschatology: The katechon and the political theology of the international law of belligerent occupation
M Arvidsson
The contemporary relevance of Carl Schmitt: law, politics, theology, 223-236, 2016
72016
The Contemporary Relevance of Carl Schmitt: Law
M Arvidsson, L Brännström, P Minkkinen
Politics, Theology, 2016
62016
Constituent Power: Law, Popular Rule, and Politics
M Arvidsson, L Brännström, P Minkkinen
Edinburgh University Press, 2020
22020
Targeting, Gender, and International Posthumanitarian Law and Practice: Framing The Question of the Human in International Humanitarian Law
M Arvidsson
Australian Feminist Law Journal 44 (1), 9-28, 2018
22018
The Contemporary Relevance of Carl Schmitt: Law, Politics, Theology
L Brännström, M Arvidsson, P Minkinnen
22016
Facing the unknown/defacing the known: Mahr in Swedish courts
M Arvidsson
Embedding Mahr in the European Legal System, 233-262, 2011
22011
Shari’h from behind the bench: Court culture, judicial culture and a judge-made discourse on Shari’h at a Swedish district court
M Arvidsson
Shariʻa as discourse: legal traditions and the encounter with Europe, 97-116, 2010
22010
How long is ‘now’? The Christian eschatological concept of time within international laws of, in, and after war: a critique of law and of our Nordic societies
M Arvidsson
Law & Religion in the 21st Century–Nordic Perspectives: New Life in the …, 2010
22010
Shari’h from behind the bench: Court culture, judicial culture and a judge-made discourse on Shari’h at a Swedish district court
M Arvidsson
Shariʻa as discourse: legal traditions and the encounter with Europe, 97-116, 2010
22010
Ijtihad. Reformation of Islamic law in the 21st century. The case of the Sudan
M Arvidsson
22003
The Subject in International Law: The Administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority of Occupied Iraq and its Laws
M Arvidsson
Lund University (Media-Tryck), 2016
12016
Embodying law in the garden: An Autoethnographic account of an office of law
M Arvidsson
Australian Feminist Law Journal 39 (1), 21-45, 2013
12013
The Presence of Absence: Everyday Conditions of Practicing Law
M Arvidsson
Available at SSRN 1122806, 2007
12007
Young women and urbanization--trying to cope in crowded cities.
L Kiwala, M Arvidsson
Habitat debate 9 (2), 2, 2003
12003
The swarm that we already are: artificially intelligent (AI) swarming ‘insect drones’, targeting and international humanitarian law in a posthuman ecology
M Arvidsson
Journal of Human Rights and the Environment 11 (1), 114-137, 2020
2020
The turn to history in international law and the sources doctrine: Critical approaches and methodological imaginaries
M Arvidsson, MB McKenna
Leiden Journal of International Law 33 (1), 37-56, 2020
2020
DIY Plant Milk: A Recipe-Manifesto and Method of Ethical Relations, Care, and Resistance
M Arvidsson
Making Milk: The Past, Present and Future of Our Primary Food, 247, 2017
2017
The ‘turn to history’and sources doctrine in international law: disruption, democratisation, and distress
MB McKenna, M Arvidsson
ESIL Annual Conference, 2017
2017
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