Thomas Y. Levin (Princeton University)
Daniela Gandorfer (Princeton University)
Nofar Sheffi (Sciences Po Law School)
Patricia J. Williams (Columbia University) – LawSense: On Leaky Dreams, Narrative Dust, Blaring Silence and the Legislation of Fear.
Bradley McCallum (Artist and Activist) – Between Languages: A Collective Portrait of International Justice.
Introduction: Eduardo L. Cadava (Princeton University)
Peter Goodrich (Cardozo Law School) – Auriculation: Euphony, Cacophony, Organs and Laws.
Emanuele Coccia (EHESS) – Sensible Signs. Law as Material Semiotic in Christian Sacramental Doctrine.
Moderator: Valentina Luketa (Indiana University, Law and Anthropology)
Julie Saada (Sciences Po Law School) – Miasma and Violet. Olfactory Revolution and the Rise of Bourgeois Law.
Mikhail Xifaras (Sciences Po Law School) – Are lawyers constrained aesthetically?
Moderator: Anton Pluschke (Princeton University, German)
Ann L. Stoler (The New School) – The Primacy of Affect in the Recesses of the Law.
Christian Biet (Paris 10 – Nanterre) – Theatrical Blood Tasting or How Spectators Feel the Judgment(s).
Jesus R. Velasco (Columbia University) – Legal Aesthetics and the Politics of the Sensitive Soul.
Moderator: Sarah-Jane Koulen (Princeton University, Anthropology, LAPA)
Mariana Valverde (University of Toronto) – The Eternal Return of Subjective Offensiveness in Local Law: Governing Unpleasant Smells.
Yishai Blank (Tel Aviv University) – The Smell of Cities.
Moderator: Lindsay Ofrias (Princeton University, Anthropology)
Bernard E. Harcourt (Columbia University) – Into the Abyss with Nietzsche: On the Extreme and Unthinkable. On Torture.
Allen Feldman (New York University) – Sovereignty and the First Person Shooter; Optics and Haptics as Shot/Reverse Shot.
Mangalika de Silva (PhD, Independent Researcher) – Of the Bios Xenikos and Postwar Impunity and Accountability.
Moderator: Amelie Ferey (Sciences Po, Political Theory)
Eyal Weizman (Goldsmiths, University of London) – Saydnaya: A Memory Reconstruction of a Syrian Torture Prison. via Skype
Introduction: Thomas Y. Levin (Princeton University)
Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (University of Westminster) – Atmospherics of Control.
Kendall Thomas (Columbia Law School) – Corpus Juris (Homo)conjugalis.
Carey Young (Artist, The Slade School of Fine Arts) – You Have the Body.
Moderator: Nicholas Croggon (Columbia University, Art History)
Eduardo L. Cadava (Princeton University)
Mikhail Xifaras (Sciences Po Law School)