Conferences and events relevant to law, literature and the humanities.

Responding to Repetition: Professor Marianne Constableā€™s Keynote @LawLitHum2017

By Rachel Bolton, PhD Candidate: UTS Law Marianne Constable, Professor of Rhetoric at Berkeley, gave a keynote lecture at the 2017 Conference of the Law Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia held in Melbourne 12-14 December. Titled ā€œSubversive Legacies: Law, Literature and Repetitionā€, Constableā€™s keynote aimed to bring attention to the work of repetition. Her…

‘The uses and futures of interdisciplinary legal studies’ (June 15, 2018, Kent at C)

The inaugural postgraduate research ILS conferenceĀ  aims to provide a forum towards the critical exploration of interdisciplinary research/studies in and of law, as well as the development of an informal research network between cognate PhD students and schools (Interdisciplinary Legal Studies Network – ILS). Guest scholars/facilitators include: Prof. Diamond Ashiagbor Institute of Advanced Legal Studies…

Feminists at Law: Revisiting Identity Symposium – University of Technology Sydney Faculty of Law (2-3 November 2017)

Feminists at Law: Revisiting Identity is a two-day symposium hosted by the Faculty of Law, University of Technology Sydney. The symposium follows two previous events at the University of Melbourne Law School (2016) and ANU College of Law (2015). In 2017, the theme of ā€˜Revisiting Identityā€™ has been chosen to provide an opportunity to engage…

Law Lit Hum Conference 2017 – keynotes and stream details announced

Dissents and Dispositions Conference of the Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia City of Melbourne: La Trobe Law School and Melbourne Law School 12-14 December 2017 (Postgraduate Day on 11 December 2017) Keynote Speakers: Tony Birch (Victoria), Marianne Constable (UC Berkeley), Karen Crawley (Griffith), Suzanne Ost (Lancaster), Nikos Papastergiadis (Melbourne) Tom Nicholson, Ć¢ā‚¬ĖœTowards a…