Law and Humanities Roundtable 2019
29 June, University of Warwick
The interdisciplinary arena of law and humanities is a rich and developing area of scholarship, with an international and diverse field of academics and thinkers at work within it. It is also an area that is characterised by an openness to innovation and new voices, and an expansive understanding of the value of humanities methodologies and sources as part of the ecology of legal discourse. The aim of this on-going annual roundtable is in part to provide a platform for, and thereby showcase, those working in law and humanities, but in particular to promote conversation and reflection between different approaches, methods, and voices within the range of law and humanities work. At its inception, the event is intended to be both expressive of contemporary law and humanities and reflexive in terms of law and humanities as a disciplinary phenomenon. Participants are encouraged not only to communicate and share the substance of their own work, but also to engage in contemplative discussion around the values, histories, methods, and possible futures of law and humanities within and beyond the global legal academy.
The roundtable is associated with the journal Law and Humanities, and is organised by members of its editorial board with financial support from Routledge.
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Angela Condello (University of Roma Tre)
Sophie Doherty (Durham University)
Jeanne Gaakeer (Erasmus School of Law)
David Gurnham (University of Southampton)
Golnar Nabizadeh (University of Dundee)
Sophie Rigney (University of Dundee)