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Contribute your Research

to a 2020 Roundtable

Deadline: 13 December 2019

Special Issue Editor(s)

David Gurnham, School of Law, University of Southampton

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Stephanie Jones, Department of English, University of Southampton

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Gary Watt, School of Law, University of Warwick

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Law, the Senses and Beyond

Interdisciplinary humanities-focused paper presentations are invited for an intimate roundtable event on themes that speak to notions of, for example:

  • Law and acoustics: what can be heard, and not heard, in legal proceedings?
  • Legal vistas, signs and symbolism: which aspects of law are conspicuous by their visibility, and which by their invisibility?
  • Law and touch: how does law physically touch us (roughly or otherwise), and in what ways does it physically withdraw?
  • Law’s taste and its smell: is it the fine red wine on a judge’s dining table, or the salt spray on a boat carrying undocumented migrants?

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Submission Instructions

If you would like to present a paper at this workshop, please send your title and abstract (up to 500 words) by Friday 13th December 2019 to one or all of the Special Issue Editors.

For questions or additional information regarding the special issue, please contact the guest editor(s). 

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