IILAH Interdisciplinary Masterclass: Law, Art and Politics with Professor Desmond Manderson
Melbourne Law School
Room 920, Level 9
Carlton VIC 3053
IILAH is excited to announce that Prof Desmond Manderson will be conducting an Interdisciplinary Masterclass aimed at early career scholars working at the intersections of law, art, and politics. We invite applications from interested doctoral scholars and early career academics in any faculty and university to apply.
Prof Manderson, author of numerous pioneering books in the field of law, art and the humanities, including most recently Danse Macabre: Temporalities of Law in the Visual Arts (CUP, 2019), will read and comment on the work of up to 6 participants. Up to 10 non-presenting participants who wish to participate in the discussion but not present their work may also be included.
Applications are due by 28 July. Presenting Participants must include in their application:
A one page statement that describes: - your research interests; - the project on which you would like Prof. Manderson to comment; - why you would like to participate in this workshop; - whether you would like to attend as a non-presenting participant in the alternative; and A two page CV including current status and publications.
Presenting participants will need to submit 3000 words of writing by 16 August. The writing could be part of a thesis chapter, article, or something else.
Non-Presenting Participants are also welcome to participate. If you are interested in attending as a non-presenting participant, please submit a letter (half page) explaining your current research interests, status, and why the Masterclass is of interest to you.
All applications must be submitted to email@example.com
All participants will also be invited to attend a lunchtime Book Launch seminar for Desmond Manderson’s new book, Danse Macabre, as well as an ABC RN Big Ideas public talk featuring Desmond Manderson in conversation with ABC’s Paul Barclay and invited panelists.
Professor Desmond Manderson, Australian National University (ANU)
Professor Desmond Manderson
Australian National University (ANU)
Professor Desmond Manderson is director of the Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities at Australian National University. He designs innovative interdisciplinary courses with colleagues in English, philosophy, art theory, history, and politics, and pursues a range of collaborative projects with the National Library, the National Gallery, the ABC, and Street Theatre. Recent work examines the intersection of law and the visual arts, notably Law and the Visual: Representations, Technologies and Critique (Toronto 2018); and Danse Macabre: Temporalities of Law in the Visual Arts (Cambridge 2018).