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homepage » 2009 » november » 28 » John Jay College of Criminal Justice Second Biennial Literature and Law Conference, April 16, 2010, USA
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John Jay College of Criminal Justice Second Biennial Literature and Law Conference, April 16, 2010, USA
 This conference aims to bring scholars of literature and law into an interdisciplinary setting to share the fruits of their research and scholarship.
Conference Organizer and Contact Person: Andrew Majeske, ajmajeske@gmail.com

The conference’s keynote speaker is John Matteson, winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize in Biography for his book Eden's Outcasts: The Story of Louisa May Alcott and Her Father. John Matteson is a professor in the English Department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and obtained his JD from Harvard University.

The journal Law and Literature is in the process of publishing a special symposium issue containing full versions of select papers presented at the inaugural Literature and Law Conference, and we are in negotiations with the journal to do the same for this second biennial conference.

A limited number of "Daily Show” or "The Colbert Report” tickets may be available (we are still working on this) for the evening before the conference (Thursday April 15th) on a first-come, first-served basis. These shows are taped in studios only a few blocks walk from John Jay.

We invite papers dealing with all aspect of literature and law, including papers which might address literature dealing with some of the following:

-Comparative Justice
-The rule of law
-Rhetoric and law
-Judicial discretion and its abuse
-Blind justice
-Common versus Civil law
-(Post)Colonial Justice
-Law and Deception
-(Mis)Interpretation and Competing Interpretations of Law
-Non Western Justice and Injustice
-Comic Justice and Injustice

Please submit abstracts (250 words or less) to Andrew Majeske, ajmajeske@gmail.com, by Friday, January 15, 2010.
Andrew Majeske
John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY)
619 W. 54th Street (7th Floor)
New York, NY 10019
ajmajeske@gmail.com

Deadline: 2010/01/15
Country or region: United States

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