The Centre for Law and Culture, St. Mary’s University Twickenham, London, presents ‘Anarchy’, The Law and Culture Conference, to be held on September 7–8, 2017 at the University of St. Mary’s, United Kingdom.
The Centre for Law and Culture is an interdisciplinary hub for research at the intersections of law, justice, and the humanities, engaging legal study that spans topics and themes from across critical and cultural legal studies and thereby incubating and promoting the crossing and challenging of legal boundaries. The Law and Culture Conference 2017 aims to stimulate a topical discussion that crosses disciplinary, geographic, academic, and conceptual boundaries on the significance of anarchy in relation to law, culture and theory. Some indicative themes of the conference are about Anarchies of the State, Anarchies of the Subject, Anarchies of Thought.
The organisers welcome proposals for traditional papers and panels, as well as more anarchic suggestions: performances, experimentations, artistries, sense-events, etc. Paper proposals: 250 word abstract and a 50 word biography (by default papers will be 20 minutes in length, with additional time for questions). Panel proposals: 150 panel abstract (including indicative timings; default is 90 minutes), 250 word abstracts for individual papers, and a 50 word biography for each presenter. Proposals for alternative formats, or anarchic sessions: 250 word abstract (including indicative timings) and a 50 word biography for each participant.
For more information, please see the official website.