An update on the Law and Humanities Scene, February 2016.
1.The Law and Society Association meets in New Orleans from June 2 to June 5, 2016. The theme of the conference is At the Delta: Belonging, Place and Visions of Law and Social Change. Registration opens in early February, 2016. More information is available at the conference website here.
2.The Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities 19th Annual Conference takes place at the University of Connecticut Law School April 1-2, 2016. This year’s conference theme is Reading Race, Writing Race, and Living Race. More information is available at the conference website here.
3.The Kent Summer School in Critical Theory will run for the second time this year, in Paris, 13-24 June 2016. The website has just gone live.
This summer school for early career researchers and doctoral students aims to create a unique pedagogical experience, enabling leading critical thinkers to conduct an intensive 2-week seminar with members of a new generation of critical scholars.
Applications are now open to attend the summer school, and you will find application instructions on the website.
The teachers of the intensive seminars in 2016 will be Professor Samantha Frost, Professor James Martel, and Professor Bernard Stiegler. The website also contains information about the seminars, in addition to the school’s other events.