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Paolo Davide Farah, “Climate Change and Water Control: Promises and Pitfalls of Shale Gas”, Paper Presentation at the Conference “Managing the Globalization of Sanitation and Water Services: ‘Blue Gold’ Regulatory and Economic Challenges”, organized by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law, in cooperation with Maastricht University, Faculty of Law, University of Sydney, School of Economics, University of Leeds, Business School, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Faculty of Law, Hong Kong, 23-24 March 2015.

Full Program Available: Conference Program March 23-24

Conference Program March 23-24

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Panel Chair “Legal Consciousness, Rhetoric and Dissent: China Past and Present”, at the Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities (ASLCH) Eighteenth Annual Conference 2015, Georgetown University Law Center, March 6-7, 2015

E. Legal Consciousness, Rhetoric, and Dissent: China Past and PresentMcDonough 141
Chair/Discussant: Paolo Farah
Panelists:
Marco Wan – The ‘Umbrella Revolution’, Hong Kong and the Rule of Law
Hsiao-tan Wang – Self-other relationship and law in everyday life: in the context of Chinese culture
Yan Sun – Literature and Law: Examined from the Interactions between Judicial Opinions and Gong An Novels in Ming China 

Abstracts of the Panel: Abstract – 900-1030am Session F

Full Program Available in pdf at: ASLCH Annual Conference 2015 – Georgetown University Law Center – March 6-7, 2015

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AT-A-GLANCE SCHEDULE: ASLCH Program at a Glance Schedule

Association for the Study of Law, Culture & the Humanities
March 6-7, 2015
Georgetown University Law Center | Washington, D.C.

Friday, March 6

10:00-10:30 am Registration & Continental Welcome Breakfast – Hart Lobby

10:30 am-12:15 pm Concurrent Sessions:
A. Four Cultural Heritage Case Studies– McDonough 588

B. Critical Theory and Law: Butler, Derrida, Lacan– McDonough 437

C. Other Responses to Terrorism– McDonough 201

D. Law, Markets, Dispossession, Degradation: Narratives of Economic Violence– McDonough 337

E. Citizenship Talk: Speech, Power, and Community Yesterday and Today– McDonough 156

F. Wasting Away: Law, Biopolitics and Dissent – McDonough 109

G. Logic of Contradictions – McDonough 164

H. Narrative Constructions of Legal Reality– McDonough 203

I. Disabling Institutions– McDonough 205

J. Author meets Readers: Marianne Constable’s “Our Word is Our Bond” – McDonough 206

K. Sex and Gender in Legal, Feminist, and Socio-Historical Perspective– McDonough 141

12:15-1:45 pm Lunch (on your own)

1:45-3:30 pm Concurrent Sessions:
A. Pop Culture, Street Art, Cultural Memory– McDonough 201

B. Accusation and Punishment – McDonough 202

C. All True, All Fiction: Conspiracy Theory at the Contours of Legality– McDonough 200

D. Race in 19th Century America– McDonough 347

E. Fables of Authority – McDonough 203

F. International Law’s Narratives – McDonough 205

G. Rights Talk’, Migration and Civil Liberties: Beyond Legal and Narrative Discourse– McDonough 588

H. Democratizing Dignity – McDonough 156

I. Past the Façade of the Marble Columns?– McDonough 164

J. Analysing law from critical linguistic perspectives: Views from two disciplines– McDonough 141

K. War and Culture: Cultural Icons, Cultural Identities, and the Islamic State– McDonough 206

L. The Power and Prerogatives of the Sovereign in 16th and 17th Century England and Scotland – McDonough 109

3:30-3:45 pm Afternoon Break

3:45-5:30 pm Concurrent Sessions:
A. The Neoliberal State and Urban Space– McDonough 201

B. In the Garden of Interdisciplinarity: Serpents, Music, Law– McDonough 202

C. Colonialism and Its “Subjects”– McDonough 156

D. Jurisdiction Otherwise – McDonough 164

E. Law’s Response to Social Change: The Case of Sexual Orientation – McDonough 200

F. The Roles of Age, Race, Gender, and Doctrine in Judicial Decision-Making– McDonough 141

G. James Martel, “The One and Only Law: Walter Benjamin and the Second Commandment”– McDonough 109

H. Author Meets Readers: Gruesome Spectacles: Botched Executions and America’s Death Penalty by Austin Sarat – McDonough 203

I. Black Religion, Black Critique, and the Limits of Law– McDonough 205

J. Intellectual Property Narratives: France, Italy, U.S. – McDonough 347

K. Truth, Fiction, Law – McDonough 437

5:30-6:30 pm Keynote Address – Hart Auditorium
“Freedom and Disenchantment in America”
Orlando Patterson

6:30-7:30 pm Reception – Hotung 2nd Floor Lobby
Saturday, March 7

8:30-9:00 am Breakfast – Hart Lobby

9:00-10:30 am Concurrent Sessions:
A. The Aesthetics of Self and Law in Literature and Theater– McDonough 588

B. Law, Life and Exclusion– McDonough 164

C. Jurispolitics: Law, Legitimacy, Power– McDonough 492

D. Love and Loss in the Legal Archive– McDonough 437

E. “Colonial Incursions, Immigrant/Refugee Assimilation, and Access to Justice”– McDonough 200

F. Legal Consciousness, Rhetoric, and Dissent: China Past and Present– McDonough 141

G. Religion, Ritual and the Law– McDonough 109

H. Thresholds of Legibility in Post-Conflict Resolution – McDonough 140

I. Juries – McDonough 202

J. The Meaning of Death for the Meaning of Law – McDonough 205

K. The Limits of State Power – McDonough 156

L. Theorizing the Enduring Nature of Racial Cultural Politics– McDonough 347

10:30-10:45 am Coffee – Hart Lobby

10:45 am-12:15 pm Concurrent Sessions:
A. Property and Punishment: Discourses on Legal Subjecthood in Antebellum Era– McDonough 437

B. Ethics and Aesthetics in Cinematic and Theatrical Responses to Atrocity and Poverty – McDonough 201

C. A Feminist Perspective on How the Criminal Justice System Treats People. From Street Pat-Downs to Prisons – McDonough 156

D. Law, Economy and Political Action – McDonough 109

E. Fictional and Non-Fictional Narratives of Criminal Law and Prison Life– McDonough 164

F. Parenthood and Law – McDonough 206

G. Colonial and Post-Colonial Legality in India – McDonough 141

H. The Voice of the Judge – McDonough 202

I. Intellectual Property and Visual/Digital Culture – McDonough 588

J. Regulating Economic Life: Narratives of Tax of Corporate Law – McDonough 337

K. Assisted Suicide and Death Rituals– McDonough 203

12:15-1:30 pm Box Lunch Distribution – Hart 2nd Floor Atrium
You may bring your lunch to any area around the law center to eat, including the cafeteria, 2nd floor Atrium area, or Sport and Fitness Lobby area.

12:30-1:30 pm Optional Discussion Group on the Podcast “Serial” – McDonough 203

1:30-3:30 pm A. The Relationship Between Literary and Legal Argument – McDonough 140

B. Rape, Sexual Assault and the Law – McDonough 141

C. Traversing the Law/Politics Divide – McDonough 203

D. Legal Rhetorics of the Everyday – McDonough 164

E. What is a “Legal Lag”? The co-production of Weapons and Law – McDonough 437

F. Meta-Aesthetics of Law and Justice – McDonough 205

G. Regulating the Body – McDonough 202

H. Theorizing Under-Recognized Dilemmas for Equality in Relationships and the Family – McDonough 156

I. The Cultural Politics and Legal Demarcation of Space– McDonough 206

J. Criminology, Prisons, Prosecutors – McDonough 201

K. Law’s Role in Constructing Collective Memory– McDonough 220

L. Thinking “the Political” Beyond Cognition – McDonough 200

3:30-3:45 pm Coffee – Hart Lobby

3:45-5:15 pm Concurrent Sessions:
A. Aesthetics of Narratives of Justice– McDonough 203

B. Nigeria as a Case Study for Seeing Law in Cultural Context– McDonough 156

C. Race, Space and Policing McDonough 200

D. Author meets readers: Maria Aristodemou’s “Law, Psychoanalysis, Society”– McDonough 202

E. Permutations of Property: The Codification of Cultural Production and Entitlement– McDonough 347

F. Legal Culture, Legal Training, and the Politics of the Legal Profession– McDonough 164

G. Defining and Delegating to the Public– McDonough 201

H. Legal Images and Popular Discourse– McDonough 206

I. Borders, Citizenship and Rights – McDonough 140

J. Iconography of Justice – McDonough 205

K. Shaping Punishment – McDonough 220

5:15 pm Adjournment

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gLAWcal Newsletter – Issue no. 25, 2014: IPRs Regulation: China, Hong Kong and India

Newsletter gLAWcal - Issue 25, 2014 - Index

This Special Issue of the Newsletter of gLAWcal with focus on: “IPRs Regulation: China, Hong Kong and India” has been realized by gLAWcal—Global Law Initiatives for Sustainable Development in collaboration with the University Institute of European Studies (IUSE) in Turin, Italy within the European Union Research Executive Agency IRSES Project “Liberalism in Between Europe And China” (LIBEAC) coordinated by Aix-Marseille University. This work has been realized in the framework of Workpackage 4.

Full text available at the following link: http://glawcal.org.uk/files/Newsletter/2014/Newsletter_gLAWcal_-_Issue_25_2014.pdf

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