The Academic Skills Circle (TASC) - Session 1
Thursday 2 March 2023 - Non-traditional Research Output with James Parker
Thursday 2 March 2023
Non-traditional Research Outputs
Featured Guest: James Parker
In this TASC session, Dr Ben Golder (UNSW Law School), Dr Kathleen Birrell (La Trobe Law and Humanities Network), Professor Sundhya Pahuja (Melbourne Law School) and André Dao (Melbourne Law School) were joined by Associate Professor James Parker (Melbourne Law School) to discuss Non-traditional Research Outputs.
James is the Director of a research program on Law, Sound and the International at the Institute for International Law and the Humanities (IILAH). His research focuses on the relations between law, sound and listening, with a particular emphasis on international criminal law, the law of war and privacy. James’ published research includes a book exploring the trial of Simon Bikindi, who was accused by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda of inciting genocide with his songs, articles and book chapters on the judicial soundscape, the gavel and the weaponisation of sound. He is currently working on the socio-legal history of eavesdropping and putting together an edited collection entitled Acoustic Justice.