Category: ESLJ journal

Night Time Economy & Entertaining Licensing Law – abstracts requested for 10 November.

UWP journal ESLJ is welcoming abstracts for special issue on the topic and the ‘cultural and commercial impact of entertainment and alcohol licensing schemes ‘. The deadline has now been extended to the 10th November 2018 for abstracts.

ESLJ nightime

Authors should engage with the role of legal stipulations and procedures, though interdisciplinary research and perspectives from other disciplines are certainly appropriate. Article types include the following:
  • Research Articles (up to 8,000 words)
  • Interventions (up to 4,000 words)
  • Commentaries up to 4,000 words
  • Reviews approximately 2,000 words.

Full details at and on previous blog announcement.




Replicants, Refugees and the Blade Runner films

Replicants, Refugees and the Blade Runner films

With the Blade Runner 2049 DVD to be released on Monday Pathresh Kathrani’s new article for ESLJ asks if international refugee law offers a framework to understand disturbing common ground – stemming from otherness – between persecuted people, refugees and replicants. Here an extract explains.


To read the full article, see here.