Unhoused citizens in Berlin, Leipzig and Dresden: Intimacy, privacy and rights under state law.

23 January 2019

Abstract Dr. Luisa T. Schneider’s current research at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in the Department of Law & Anthropology explores privacy, intimacy, violence, and relations to state laws and legal institutions among unhoused persons in Berlin and Leipzig. In Germany, human rights and the right to privacy...

Postdoctoral Research Project: Unhoused citizens in Berlin, Leipzig and Dresden: Intimacy, privacy and rights under state law.

19 April 2018

Overview This three year research project is conducted in and funded by the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in the Department of Law &Anthropology in Halle (Saale), Germany. Based on long-term research which combined an analysis of top-down policy and legal approaches to homelessness and housing deprivation with an...

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