The Twenty-Second Annual Meeting of the Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities will be held at Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada on March 22-23, 2019. The event is co-sponsored by The Pauline Jewett Institute of Women’s and Gender Studies, Carleton University and the University of Ottawa. Information regarding the pre-conference Graduate Student Workshop will follow shortly.
They welcome quality proposals on any topic related to law and legal studies. They warmly welcome proposals on all topics, and are particularly interested in proposals addressing the intersections between gender, sexuality, race and law.
Individual proposals should include title and an abstract of no more than 250 words.
They also welcome proposals for panels, roundtables, and streams (two panels on one theme). Panels should include three papers (or, exceptionally, four papers). Specify a title and a chair of your panel. The panel chair may also be a panel presenter. It is not necessary to write an abstract or proposal for the panel itself. To indicate your pre-constituted panel, roundtable, or stream, please ensure that individual registrants provide the name of the panel and the chair in their individual submissions on the registration site. All panel, roundtable, or stream participants must make an individual submission on the registration site.
All proposals must be submitted on this website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-annual-meeting-association-for-the-study-of-law-culture-the-humanities-registration-50307147031
Notifications will be sent by mid-December, 2018.
The fees for participation in the Conference, which include membership to the Association, will be:
- Graduate students and post-doctoral scholars: $35
- Income less than $75,000: $125
- Income between $75,000-$99,999: $155
- Income between $100,000-$124,999: $210
- Income $125,000 and over: $260
The Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities is an organization of scholars engaged in interdisciplinary, humanistically-oriented legal scholarship. The Association brings together a wide range of people engaged in scholarship on legal history, legal theory and jurisprudence, political, law and cultural studies, law and anthropology, law and literature, law and the performing arts, and legal hermeneutics. They want to encourage dialogue across and among these fields about issues of interpretation, identity, and values, about authority, obligation, and justice, and about law’s role as a constituent part of cultures and communities. If you have any general questions about the conference, please do not hesitate to contact us email@example.com