Malcolm Feeley is invited by Liora Israël (Centre européen de sociologie et de sciences politiques - CESSP) and will take part of the Visting Professors Program designed by EHESS., from November 19th till December 17th 2018. He grew up in Texas, and received his BA from Austin College , and his PhD from the University of Minnesota in 1969.
Malcom Feeley taught in the Department of Politics at New York University for four years , and then moved to the Yale Law School where he was a post-doctoral fellow and lecturer for five years. In 1977, he was appointed professor of Political Science at the University of Wisconsin , and in 1984 moved to the Jurisprudence and Social Policy PhD Program in the Law School at the University of California at Berkeley, where he holds the Claire Sanders Clements Dean’s Chair of Law. He has been a visiting professor at a number of universities around the world, including Kobe (Japan), Cologne, Milan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Santa Fe (Argentina), and Flinders (Australia).
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