Watch the video interview we had with Liliana Ruth Feierstein and Daniel Weidner, editors of the book "Diaspora and Law. Cultures, Religion and Jurisprudence beyond Sovereignty", published by De Gruyter.
The back cover says: “This book discusses pressing questions of how to live together in the new millennium”, so what came out of this discussion? And how do law and religion interrelate?
Liliana Ruth Feierstein is professor for transcultural Jewish history at the Humbold University of Berlin and of the Selma Stern Center for Jewish Studies. Daniel Weidner is professor for comparative literature at the Martin-Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg.
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