Catastrophe: Critical Legal Conference 2017 Call for Streams
Participants are invited to the coming Catastrophe of the 2017 Critical Legal Conference at the Warwick Law School and in conjunction with the Social Theory Centre.
The 2017 Critical Legal Conference calls for streams, panels and papers that reflect upon ‘catastrophe’; on the catastrophes of our time and upon their interrelations; upon the questions of appropriate behaviours that might emerge and sides that might be taken. In particular we hope to encourage streams on:
- Increasing brutality and violence of the carceral and security state;
- War, migration, and refugee crises;
- Racism, xenophobia, misogyny, transphobia, homophobia and countless forms of day to day violence;
- On the atmospheres of violence under regimes of Modi, Temer, Trump, Brexit or Erdogan
- Natural disasters and the effects of climate change in the anthropocene;
- Forms of colonialism, neocolonialism and economic imperialism driven by capitalism and neoliberal ideologies;
- Crises of care and depletion of the social reproductive capacities under global capitalism;
- Rampant fear-mongering and the political exploitation of deprivation.
- Catastrophe, disaster and crisis as modes of biopolitics, governance or accumulation
The conference will take place on the 1st-3rd of September at the Warwick Law School.
Further details can be found on the conference webpage.
Please send your stream proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for streams will be the 28th of February, the call for papers will open after that.