Call for Papers for “Left” in the Dark? Postcolonial Conversations on Law, Neoliberalism, and Queer-Feminist Futures

Call for Papers for  “LEFT” IN THE DARK? POSTCOLONIAL CONVERSATIONS
ON LAW, NEOLIBERALISM AND QUEER-FEMINIST FUTURES , October 15-18,
2014 by Jindal Global Law School.

Janet Halley, Royall Professor of Law, Harvard Law School, will be the keynote speaker
at the event.
“Left” in the Dark? is being organised in continuation of
the project inaugurated by the Jindal Global Law Review‘s (JGLR) special double issue on
‘Law, Culture and Queer Politics in Neoliberal Times’
which was published in two parts in
August 2012 and
November 2013. All articles from the special issue are downloadable for free at the links above.The special double issue was edited by
Oishik Sircar and
Dipika Jain, who are the conveners of the conference.
Organisers:
Centre for Health, Law, and Ethics and the Collaborative Research
Programme on Law, Culture and Postcoloniality, through the Global
Justice Programme, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global
University
The conference will be organised over four days from October 15-18, 2014 at the campus of the
Jindal Global Law School in Sonipat and venues in New Delhi. On the first two days, there will be a research workshop themed
‘Doing Law Differently: The Possibilities, Perils and Pleasures of Critical Legal Scholarship’,
for doctoral scholars and early career academics. The workshop will be
an opportunity to get detailed feedback from established scholars and
peers on works-in-progress
and also plan an innovative publication programme with the
participants. The subsequent two days will consist of paper
presentations, roundtables, and performances. For more information click here.

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