Critical Legal Conference 97

J. Bergeron Law.staff BERGERON at OLLAMH.UCD.IE
Wed Apr 16 22:04:30 PDT 1997


SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS   SECOND CALL FOR PAPERS   SECOND CALL FOR


                    IN THE WAKE OF THE LAW...

                  CRITICAL LEGAL CONFERENCE 97

                      4-7 September 1997
                    University College Dublin

Confirmed Plenary Speakers: Slovoj Zizek and Simon Critchley

SECTIONS AND ORGANISERS:

LAWS OF POSTCOLONIALISM
Peter Fitzpatrick, Faculty of Laws, Queen Mary and Westfield College,
Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, United Kingdom, phone 44-171-975-5555,
fax 44-181-981-8733.
Barry Collins, School of Law, University of East London, Longbridge
Road, Dagenham, Essex RM8 2AS United Kingdom, phone 44-181-849-3467,
e-mail: b.collins at uel.ac.uk

SACRED FRAGMENTS IN THE TEXTS OF LAW: PLAYING WITH RIDDLES
Sharon Hanson, Department of Law, Birkbeck College, University of
London, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HX, United Kingdom, phone 44-171-
631- 6619, fax 44- 171-631-6688, e-mail: s.hanson at cems.bbk.ac.uk
Kathleen Moore, Department of Political Science, University of
Connecticut, Box U-24, 341 Mansfield Road, Storrs CT, USA, phone 1-
860-486-3747, fax 1-860-486-3347, e-mail: kmoore at uconnvm.uconn.edu

DROWNING IN THE TURBULENCE?  CITIZENSHIP, MINORITY RIGHTS,
NATIONALISM AND LAW IN THE NEW WORLD DISORDER
Bill Bowring, Department of Law, University of Essex, Wivenhoe Park,
Colchester, Essex CO4 3SQ, United Kingdom, phone 44-1206-873-723, fax
44-1206-873-428, e-mail: bowring at essex.ac.uk

SEXUALITY, LAW AND DIFFERENCE
Maria Drakopoulou, Kent Law School, Eliot College, University of
Kent, Canterbury CT2 7N5, United Kingdom, fax 44-1227-827-831,
e-mail: m.drakopoulou at ukc.ac.uk
Ivana Bacik, Law School, House 39, Trinity College, Dublin 2,
Ireland, phone 353-1-608-2299, fax 353-1-677-0449,
e-mail: icbacik at tcd.ie

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY LAW AND THE CHALLENGE OF ETHICS
Sionaidh Douglas-Scott, School of Law, King's College London, Strand,
London WC2R 2LS, United Kingdom, phone 44-171-873-2316

LAW AND THE PERTURBATIONS OF CHILDHOOD
Michael King, Centre for the Study of Law, the Child and the Family,
Brunel University, Uxbridge UB8 3PH, United Kingdom, fax 44-181-959-
6240, e-mail michael.king at brunel.ac.uk

LAW, LITERATURE AND AESTHETICS
Adam Gearey, Kent Law School, Eliot College, University of Kent,
Canterbury CT2 7N5, United Kingdom, phone 44-1227-823-012, e-mail:
a.d.gearey at ukc.ac.uk

GENERAL INFORMATION:

The Critical Legal Conference brings together academics,
lawyers and students from the UK, Ireland, North America, Europe and
beyond.  It has established itself as a major forum for critical and
interdisciplinary thinking about law.

The conference opens at 5:00pm on Thursday, 4th September and runs
until the afternoon of Sunday 7th September.

The conference will be held in Dublin, on the Belfield Campus of
University College.  UCD is located two miles from the historic
centre of Dublin.  Accommodation is available at the UCD Residence
Halls which are immediately adjacent to the conference buildings.

SECTIONS, PANELS and PAPERS

Papers are invited on the theme of the conference under the sections
listed above.  The Section Organisers are coordinating panel
contributions, offers of papers and workshops.  If you wish to
organise a section or contribute a paper unrelated to the Sections
listed, please contact the Conference Organiser.  Offers of papers
are welcome until 31st July 1997, but we may not be able to accept
very late proposals through lack of space in the conference timetable.
Full conference details and booking information will be available in
April.  If you are interested in receiving further information and
registration forms, please contact the Conference Organiser.

Jim Bergeron
Conference Organiser CLC97
Faculty of Law
University College Dublin
Belfield, Dublin 4 Ireland
phone 353-1-706-8743
fax   353-1-269-2655
email bergeron at ollamh.ucd.ie



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