>THEORY PRODUCTION CULTURE
>29 November - 1 December 2002, Melbourne, Australia
>CALL FOR PAPERS AND PANELS
>11th International Conference of the Law and Literature Association of
>Australia, held in conjunction with the Association for the Study of Law,
>Culture and the Humanities (USA) at the Faculty of Law, University of
>The broad conference themes are critical rhetorics, law and cultural
>memory, languages of difference, interpretation and regulation, law,
>aesthetics and ethics. We are also interested in papers that promote
>interdisciplinary dialogue within any area of law, literature, culture and
>the humanities; for example:
>… Law and screen culture
>… Crime and legal fictions
>… Media and communications regulation
>… Art and law
>… Intellectual property and moral rights
>… Architecture and the spaces of law.
>Thomas L Dumm (Professor of Political Science, Amherst College, USA) "The
>Law of Disappearance".
>Nasser Hussain (Luce Visiting Assistant Professor of Law, Jurisprudence and
>Social Thought, Amherst College, USA) "Gods and Humans: figurations of
>contemporary being in the discourses of human rights and Islamic
>William P MacNeill (Faculty of Law, Griffith University, Australia) law,
>empire and cinema.
>Jenni Millbank (Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, Australia) "It's
>about this: desire, imprisonment and lesbian representation".
>Offers of papers and panels are called for by 30 August 2002. See the
>conference website for details about registration, paper and panel
>proposals, accommodation and travel, as well as information about the City