Law and Humanities Spring School 2019 (RomaTre Law Department, 15-18 April)

We are proud to announce the first Law and Humanities Spring School at RomaTre. This event sees the participation of experts in the field coming from different countries, thanks to the collaboration between the RomaTre University, the Australian National University and the University of Lucerne.

The Spring School will take place at the RomaTre University Law Department, Via Ostiense 161, 00154 Rome (room t.b.a.).

All people interested are invited to apply for participation. Please send a brief letter of motivation in English (max 1 page) and a CV to the following email address: lawandhumanitiesrome@gmail.com.                                                                                                      Deadline: 15 March 2019

You can read the program below or download the pdf Law and Humanities Spring School RomaTre 2019:

15 April
S1) Emanuele Conte: Music, Liturgy and the Construction of the People as a subject (morning)
S2) Fiona Macmillan: Intellectual and Cultural Properties: Between Market and Community (afternoon)

16 April
S1) Desmond Manderson (with E. Conte and A. Condello): Contemporary critical theory: authoritarianism, populism and crisis (morning)
S2) Steven Howe: Law, Cinema and Popular Culture (afternoon)

17 April
S1) Mariano Croce: Postcritical law: The transformative potential of law-users (morning)
S2) Desmond Manderson: Working with images: the rule of art and the rule of law (afternoon)

18 April
S1)  Sum up session (morning)


Conference on Law and Music (Rome, 28 November 2018)

For all people interested in the fascinating topic of the relationship between Law and Music, a conference will take place on November 28th at 3:00 pm at the seat of the Italian Consiglio di Stato in the amazing Palazzo Spada. It is the result of a collaboration between the Consiglio di Stato and the University of RomaTre. The conference is open to the public. You can find all the details below as well as on the attached pdf: Diritto e Musica Palazzo Spada 28 Novembre 2018

 

CFP: 23rd ANNUAL FORUM OF YOUNG LEGAL HISTORIANS (NAPLES, MAY 30 – JUNE 1, 2017)

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Call for Papers

Under the title “History of Law and Other Humanities: Views of the Legal Culture across the Time” the Forum will be devoted to the Relations between Law and Humanities, in order to propose new instruments of research.

Deadline: 15 March 2017

Conference fee: 100 EUR

Contact: forum2017aylh@gmail.com

Organizing Committee: Valerio Massimo Minale and Virginia Amorosi

All information HERE.

 

CFP: Law, Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia Conference

University of Technology Sydney Law School, Sydney, Australia
Dates: 9-12 December 2015
(with 9 December as a postgraduate day)

Deadline for Stream Proposals: 30 June, 2015

Deadline for Paper and Panel Proposals: 30 June 2015

CFP Australiasia conference 2015Download the entire pdf HERE: __LLH_CFP_June.

Complicity is a state of being complex or involved, and no matter where we are, or what we do, law is part of our entanglement in the world. This conference will explore law’s complex relations with culture, politics and capital. It will investigate law as an accomplice, as well as law’s role in shaping (and resisting) certain problematic moral, political and material positions.

The LLH Association of Australasia invites scholarly and creative research from academics and graduate students working at the intersection of law and the humanities, whether based in legal theory or in disciplines such as literature, art, film, music, history, continental philosophy, anthropology, psychoanalysis, visual culture, or cultural studies. Contributions may take a variety of forms from traditional academic papers to poster presentations, video, or other genres or media.

The conference invites consideration of the following questions:

• What does complicity reveal about law’s methods and modes, its affects and effects?

• How are law’s genres, narratives, processes and images complicit in the creation of particular imaginaries, materialities and practices of the everyday?

• How might we work within visual, narrative, creative and textual domains and devise strategies to reveal and counter law’s complicities, and acknowledge our own?

We ask you to make your own interpretation of the theme ‘Complicities,’ and invite scholars from a range of disciplines to propose papers, complete panels and streams. Proposals should consist of a short abstract (max. 250 words). Please email your abstract to llh@uts.edu.au. Please include your name and the word Complicities in the subject line.

For all conference information including on-line registration, check our web site at this address:http://llh.uts.edu.au

And for further information, contact the Co-convenors, Dr Honni van Rijswijk and Associate Professor Penny Crofts at llh@uts.edu.au

CFP: Law, Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia Conference (Sidney, 9-12 December 2015)

lrc-complicities-main3What: Law, Literature and the Humanities Association of Australasia Conference

Where: University of Technology Sydney Law School,Sydney, Australia

When: 9-12 December 2015 (with 9 December as a postgraduate day)

Complicity is a state of being complex or involved, and no matter where we are, or what we do, law is part of our entanglement in the world. This conference will explore law’s complex relations with culture, politics and capital. It will investigate law as an accomplice, as well as law’s role in shaping (and resisting) certain problematic moral, political and material positions.

The LLH Association of Australasia invites scholarly and creative research from academics and graduate students working at the intersection of law and the humanities, whether based in legal theory or in disciplines such as literature, art, film, music, history, continental philosophy, anthropology, psychoanalysis, visual culture, or cultural studies. Contributions may take a variety of forms from traditional academic papers to poster presentations, video, or other genres or media.

The conference invites consideration of the following questions:

• What does complicity reveal about law’s methods and modes, its affects and effects?

• How are law’s genres, narratives, processes and images complicit in the creation of particular imaginaries, materialities and practices of the everyday?

• How might we work within visual, narrative, creative and textual domains and devise strategies to reveal and counter law’s complicities, and acknowledge our own?

We ask you to make your own interpretation of the theme ‘Complicities,’ and invite scholars from a range of disciplines to propose papers, complete panels and streams. Proposals should consist of a short abstract (max. 250 words). Please email your abstract to llh@uts.edu.au. Please include your name and the word Complicities in the subject line.

Deadline for Stream Proposals: 31 March, 2015 

Deadline for Paper and Panel Proposals: 1 May 2015

For all conference information including on-line registration, check our web site at THIS address

And for further information, contact the Co-convenors, Dr Honni van Rijswijk and Associate Professor Penny Crofts.