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Centre for Law and Society Highlights
The Centre for Law and Society has:
Conferences, Workshops, Guest Lectures and Seminars organised or supported by the Centre for Law and Society
1st February 2013. Dr Paul Iganski (Senior Lecturer in Social Jusice, Lancaster University) - "Understanding how 'hate' hurts, and its significance for the criminal law" at Lancaster University.
In association with the Dynamics of Memories Group.
11th December 2012. Half Day Conference – “Silences and Emphases: Film, Memory, and Representations of War” at Lancaster University.
Speakers included Peri Langdale, Corinna Peniston-Bird (Lancaster University), Jeffrey Richards (Lancaster University), Thomas Rohkrämer (Lancaster University), Agata Fijalkowski (Lancaster University) & Ewa Mazierska (University of Central Lancashire). Organised on behalf of the Dynamics of Memories Research Group and co-sponsored by the Centre for Law and Society.
30th Ocotober 2012. Professor Linda Colley, CBE, FBA, (Princeton University) – “Britain, Empires, and the Re-Writing of Written Constitutions” at Lancaster University.
28th April 2012. Conference – “Guernica 75: Memories of the International Brigades and the Spanish Civil War” at the People’s History Museum, Manchester.
16th February 2012. Professor Kieran McEvoy (Queen's University Belfast) - “Victims as Idealized Citizens; Transition, Mobilisation and the Contested Past in Northern Ireland” at Lancaster University.
Co-sponsored by the Dynamics of Memories Research Group.
3rd November 2011. Professor Amanda Vickery (Queen Mary, London University) - “Burglary and the Englishman's Castle” at Lancaster University.
27th January 2011. Book Launch and Seminar. Dr Agata Fijalkowski, “From Old Times to New Europe. The Polish Struggle for Democracy and Constitutionalism” at Lancaster University.
25th November 2010. Professor David Sugarman (Lancaster University Law School) - “The Law Lords, Amnesty International and the Pinochet Case: What Happened and Why?” at The Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London.
20th October 2010. Conference – “Legal Education and Scholarship: Past, Present and Future. In Honour of William Twining” at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London.
The conference proceedings were published as a special issue of the International Journal of the Legal Profession, 2011, co-edited by A. Sherr and David Sugarman.
22nd July 2010. Conference – “Insecure Times, Emergency Measures, State(s) of Exception?” at the Institute of Advanced Studies, Lancaster University.
Supported by an award of £1,270 from the IAS Incubation Programme.
15th February 2010. Odette Magnet (Cultural Attache, Embassy of Chile, London; novelist; and human rights activist) - “Latin Women Author’s and the Struggle Against Impunity in South America” at Lancaster University.
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