LLHAA Blog

EOI: New Editorial Team for the Australian Feminist Law Journal

The Australian Feminist Law Journal wishes to appoint a new editorial team to take over the leadership of the journal from the current board. Launched over 25 years ago, the Australian Feminist Law Journal was created to focus on research that uses critical feminist approaches to law and justice. We publish research informed by critical…

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BooksPenny Pether PrizeRecommended Reading

Danse Macabre – now in paperback!

Just in time the holidays, Professor Desmond Manderson’s award winning text Danse Macabre: Temporalities of Law in the Visual Arts has arrived in paperback. Winning the 2019 Penny Pether Prize for Law and the Humanities and sharing the 2020 Australian Legal Research Awards’ Book Award, this interdisciplinary work makes an ideal stocking filler for those…

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Success for LLH Members in the ALRA Awards

Congratulations to Professor Katherine Biber and Professor Desmond Manderson, longstanding members of the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia, for co-winning the inaugural Australian Legal Research Awards book prize. The prizes were announced on the 17th November 2020. Professor Katherine Biber (UTS, Sydney) for her book In Crime’s Archive: The Cultural Afterlife of Evidence; and Professor…

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Call for Papers and SubmissionsConferences and Events

Graphic Justice in Times of Crisis

The Graphic Justice Research Alliance (GJRA) is delighted to announce a call for papers for its 2020 annual conference to be hosted by Middlesex University London. The conference will be held online on Tuesday 8 December 2020. It promises to be an exciting event; accessible and relevant to scholars, artists, practitioners, policymakers, writers, and the…

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Conferences and Events Surveillance

Surveillance and Humanities Virtual Conference Series

Please access and register for the presentations by clicking here Surveillance is central to the functioning of 21st century capitalism and modern social welfare. It has often been displayed as necessarily intrusive and threatening. The present initiative builds on the suggestions that an articulate discussion about humanities could be fruitful in producing a more complex picture and…

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Conferences and Events Bubble

The Bubble: Metaphors We Survive By

Fridays, 12:30 – 2:00 pm (Australian Eastern Time) from September 4th 2020 Please register for the series here Metaphors are indispensable tools for making sense of reality, including the ongoing reality of systemic colonial relations—or to obfuscate it (to deflect the need to enact substantive decolonisation agendas, for example). In times of crisis they perform…

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Conferences and Events

Manus Recording Project Collective: where are you today

where are you today is a new work by Manus Recording Project Collective, continuing the collective’s practice of documenting, sharing and circulating audio recordings from inside Australia’s on- and off-shore detention centres for refugees and asylum seekers. where are you today will comprise a new set of ten-minute audio recordings, produced and delivered via text message over…

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BooksPenny Pether PrizeRecommended Reading

Danse Macabre – now in paperback!

Just in time the holidays, Professor Desmond Manderson’s award winning text Danse Macabre: Temporalities of Law in the Visual Arts has arrived in paperback. Winning the 2019 Penny Pether Prize for Law and the Humanities and sharing the 2020 Australian Legal Research Awards’ Book Award, this interdisciplinary work makes an…

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Success for LLH Members in the ALRA Awards

Congratulations to Professor Katherine Biber and Professor Desmond Manderson, longstanding members of the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia, for co-winning the inaugural Australian Legal Research Awards book prize. The prizes were announced on the 17th November 2020. Professor Katherine Biber (UTS, Sydney) for her book In Crime’s Archive: The Cultural…

Read more
Call for Papers and SubmissionsConferences and Events

Graphic Justice in Times of Crisis

The Graphic Justice Research Alliance (GJRA) is delighted to announce a call for papers for its 2020 annual conference to be hosted by Middlesex University London. The conference will be held online on Tuesday 8 December 2020. It promises to be an exciting event; accessible and relevant to scholars, artists,…

Read more
Conferences and Events Surveillance

Surveillance and Humanities Virtual Conference Series

Please access and register for the presentations by clicking here Surveillance is central to the functioning of 21st century capitalism and modern social welfare. It has often been displayed as necessarily intrusive and threatening. The present initiative builds on the suggestions that an articulate discussion about humanities could be fruitful in producing…

Read more
Conferences and Events

Manus Recording Project Collective: where are you today

where are you today is a new work by Manus Recording Project Collective, continuing the collective’s practice of documenting, sharing and circulating audio recordings from inside Australia’s on- and off-shore detention centres for refugees and asylum seekers. where are you today will comprise a new set of ten-minute audio recordings, produced and…

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