Monthly Archives: January 2013

Audio Recordings from Seminar 1 now available online.

 

With thanks to Backdoor Broadcasting.

Panel 1.

Adam Gearey – Towards a Critique of the Pension Trust

Emilios Christodoulidis – On the Politics of the Public/Private Law Distinction: What Does It Mean to Sustain the Politics of a Lost Distinction?

Alan Norrie– Criminal Justice and the Public/ Private Distinction

Panel 2.

Anne Barron – The Public Life of Copyright Law

Kristen Rundle – Legality in the Contracting Out State: Cues from the Case of Jimmy Mubenga

 

Panel 3.

Melanie Williams – Imagining Freedoms, Public and Private – Feminist Science Fiction and Ideological Symbolism

Davina Cooper – Social Property and Political Struggle

Matthew Stone– Private Law and Public Subjectivity: The Case of Biopolitics and Property

Sarah Keenan – Holding Up Subversive Property

 

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Programme for Seminar on January 18 – “Theories and Strategies”

We are pleased to announce the programme for our seminar of January 18th. This seminar is now full, but recordings of the presentations and shortened versions of some papers will be made available after the event.

Programme

09: 30 –  Arrive, Coffee

10.00 – 10.15 – Welcomes, Introductions, Introducing the Bursary Holders.

Panel 1 – 10.15 – 12.15

1- Simon Deakin, “Private Law as the Law of the Market”

2 -Emilios Christodoulidis “On the Politics of the Public/Private Law Distinction: What Does It Mean to Sustain the Politics of a Lost Distinction?”

Discussion, Q&A

3 – Adam Gearey “Towards A Critique of the Pension Trust”

4 -Matthew Stone “Private Law and Public Subjectivity: The Case of Biopolitics and Property”

Discussion, Q & A

Lunch – 12:15 – 13.15

Panel 2 – 12. 15 – 14.15

5  Alan Norrie, “Criminal Justice and the Public/ Private Distinction”

6 –  Kristen Rundle, “Legality in the Contracting Out State: Cues from the Case of Jimmy Mubenga”

Discussion, Q&A

7 – Anne Barron “The Public Life of Copyright Law”

8 – Sarah Keenan, “Holding Up Subversive Property”

Discussion, Q&A

Coffee Break – 14.15  – 14.45

Panel 3 – 14.45 – 16.00

9 – Davina Cooper, “Social Property and Political Struggle”

10 – Melanie Williams, “Imagining Freedoms, Public and Private – Feminist Science Fiction and Ideological Symbolism”

Discussion, Q&A

Summary Discussions and Conclusion 16.00 – 17.00

Dinner – 18.30