The Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities- Annual Conference March 6-7, 2015
Georgetown University Law Centre
This year, the Association will not have a specific conference theme in order to encourage the broadest range of participation possible. Examples of types of sessions the conference has featured in the past include:
History, Memory and Law; Reading Race; Law and Literature; Human Rights and Cultural Pluralism; Speech, Silence, and the Language of Law; Judgment, Justice, and Law; Beyond Identity; The Idea of Practice in Legal Thought; Metaphor and Meaning; Representing Legality in Film and Mass Media; Anarchy, Liberty and Law; What is Excellence in Interpretation?; Ethics, Religion, and Law; Moral Obligation and Legal Life; The Post-Colonial in Literary and Legal Study; Processes and Possibilities in Interdisciplinary Law Teaching.
However, these should be viewed as examples only. Any proposals that interrogate law as a cultural form or view law through the lens of the humanities are welcomed.
Here is the link to register: