About your presentations on December 13th and 14th

Dear students,

as you know, you will have to present your works on Tuesday and Wednesday. You can read below who will do the presentation and when. If your name is not in the list even though you have submitted your work, please send ad email to: lawandhumanitiesrome@gmail.com.

Remember to bring your work, especially if it is a video. You will have ca. 8 minutes for each presenation. 

Do not forget the final written exam on December 15th! Unfortunately it was not possible to upload Stefan Huygebart’s slides on the e-learning platform as they are too “heavy”. If you need them, please bring a pendrive to download them on Tuesday or Wednesday.

See you soon!

Tuesday, 13 December 2016:

  1. Auebach
  2. Baffa
  3. Bernardini
  4. Briganti + Ciarlone
  5. Brisbois
  6. Canale
  7. Conboy + Souffir
  8. D’Ercole + Di Martino
  9. Ertola
  10. Gatto

Wednesday, 14 December 2016:

  1. Ginese
  2. Kapplani + Groeger + Haentjes
  3. Knox
  4. Laurent
  5. Marseglia
  6. Rocca
  7. Rossini Martins
  8. Seica
  9. Shaaps
  10. Van Pagée
  11. Wangler

 

Submission of the Midterm Exam: Deadline December 1st 2016

Dear all,

we perfectly know that our Midterm Exam is a little bit unusual but don’t be afraid and use your creativity! This post has the aim to remind you what we have already discussed in class.

The Midterm Exam will consist of a sort of “competition”. The idea is to be creative, to “perform Law and the Humanities”. You can submit a photo, a drawing, a video (short! No more than 5 minutes!), a song, a poem, a novel, etc. related to the topics we have discussed in class or others. In case you are going to submit an image or a video, please remember to add a brief comment in order to explain the connection to “Law and the Humanities”. It could be even just a title, if it’s a good one. In any case, you shouldn’t write more than one page.
If you want to write something, do not write an essay but rather a novel (remember legal storytelling?) or a poem.
All materials should be sent to the email address lawandhumanitiesrome@gmail.com by December 1st. If you want to submit a drawing or similar, please scan it (or take a picture) and send it via email. If your file is heavy, we suggest to use We Transfer. If it is too heavy even for We Transfer, then save it on a pendrive and bring it in class next week. You should inform us about this delayed submission.
Have fun!