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Canadian Law and Society Association/Asociation Canadienne Droit et Societe. June 1-4, 2000, Lake Louise Inn, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. The organizing committee welcomes any proposals for papers in any area of law and society research, and legal-historical and interdisciplinary legal studies, in any country. Proposed topics and brief abstracts are due by January 15, 2000, to the co-chair: Dr. Louis Knafla, History Department, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta Canada T2N 1N4. Telephone: 403/220-6407, 6423. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Melville and/as Myth (Closes October 15, 1999)
MELUS 2000: Multi-Ethnic Literature and the Idea of Social Justice (New Orleans, LA, March 9-12, 2000)
Law and Society Summer Institute, July 5-9, 2000, Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, State University of New York, Buffalo. Theme: Race and the Law: Critical Discourses Exploring Law and Society Methods and Traditions. For further information contact Margaret Montoya, Chair, 2000 Summer Institute, Law and Society Association, Hamphire House, Box 333615, University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA 01003-3615
Working Group on Law, Culture and the Humanities, Third Annual Meeting (Georgetown Law Center, Washington DC, March 10-March 12, 2000)
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In the Archives
AZ Murder Goes...
AZ Murder Goes--Classic: Proceedings of the Symposium Held in 1996?. Published by Poisoned Pen Press, Scottsdale AZ. Edited by Barbara Peters and Susan Malling. "AZ" stands for Arizona.
Contents: Catherine Aird (mystery scholarship), Michael Connelly (Chandler), Joes Gores (Hammett), H.R.F. Keating (Sayers), Laurie King (Doyle), Janet Laurence (The Golden Age of Publishing), Margaret Lewis (Elllis Peters), Peter Lewis (Ambler), Edward Marston (Carr), Val McDermid (Hardboiled Detectives), Susan Moody (Oxford Detectives), Steven Saylor (Palmer), Robin Smiley (E.S. Gardner), and Justin Scott (R.L. Stevenson).
AZ Murder Goes--Artful: Proceedings of the 2nd AZ Goes...Symposium Held in 1997. Published by Poisoned Pen Press, Scottsdale AZ. Edited by Susan Malling and Barbara Peters. "AZ" stands for Arizona.
Contents: Nevada Barr, Hidden Treasures of National Parks; Roy Berkeley, London: Actual Espionage Sites in Fact and Fiction; Philip R. Craig, Bogs, Beowulf and Baubles; Aaron Elkins, Art in Mystery; Nicholas Kilmer, An Art Dealer's Short Story; Keith Miles, Architecture to Build a Mystery; Barbara Mertz (aka Elizabeth Peters and Barbara Michaels), The Famous Egyptologist Turns to Crime; Barbara Peters, A Chinese Travelogue; and Louis Silverstein, Bibliography.
Arlington Humanities Colloquium: 4th Annual, University of Texas at Arlington, April 18, 1998
Articulating Conflicts in Cultural Studies, February 26-28, 1998
Center for Literary and Cultural Studies. Law and Literature Seminar, 1996
Cold War Culture: Film, Fact, and Fiction: February 18-21, 1999, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
Conference on Law and the Humanities: Justice and Equality, September 24-25, 1999
Cultural Frictions: Medieval Cultural Studies in Post-Modern Contexts, October 27-28, 1995
Cultural Studies, Medieval Studies and Discplinary Debate: University of Saskatchewan, March 13-14, 1998
8th ANNUAL LAW AND LITERATURE ASSOCIATION CONFERENCE (1997)
Intellectual History and Practice: A Workshop, University of California, Berkeley, October 2-3, 1998
International Association for Media and History: KNAVES, FOOLS, AND HEROES: FILM AND TELEVISION REPRESENTATIONS of the Cold War, July 24-July 30, 1997, Washington DC.
Law Courts and the Mediation of Social Conflict in the Ancient Mediterranean World, March 30, 1996, Chicago, IL
The Lawyer and Popular Culture: Conference Held January 7-8, 1992, Tarlton Law Library, University of Texas School of Law, Austin, Texas. Proceedings published in The Lawyer and Popular Culture, edited by David Gunn (Littleton CO: Fred B. Rothman, 1993).
Contents include: Introduction / Roy M. Mersky -- Welcoming remarks / Mark G. Yudof-- Why should lawyers study popular culture? / Ray B. Browne -- Commentators: On film / Rennard Strickland -- On literature / Francis M. Nevins, Jr -- On literature / James H. Duffy (Haughton Murphy) -- On women studies / Susan S. Heinzelman -- On television / Horace Newcomb -- The lawyer in the history of American television- an overview / Horace Newcomb -- The hollywood mouthpiece: an illustrated journey through the courtroom and back-alleys of screen justice / Rennard Strickland -- Through the Great Depression on horseback: lawyers in western films of the 1930's / Francis M. Nevins, Jr -- Creating a filmography / Paul J. Mastrangelo -- Traffic in souls: white slave trade in the early 1900s / Janet Staiger --.(cont.) How to find a credible lawyer / James H. Duffy (Haughton Murphy) -- The courtroom trial as American Cultural convention / David Ray Papke -- Noble counselor: "Perry Mason" and its impact on the legal profession / J. Dennis Bounds -- District attorneys- The image / Jay Brandon -- "We finished last with you, we can finish last without you": A walk on the light side of sports, lawyers, and popular culture / Frank G. Houdek -- Gilbert and Sullivan at law / Douglas J. Whaley -- The lawyer as devil's advocate / Edward J. Bander -- The lawyer as hero? / Gerard J. Clark -- Closing remarks / Rennard Strickland.
National Film Theater "Law and Film" (with the Columbus School of Law, Catholic University of America)
Renaissance Law and Literature, July 1-4, 1998, Wolfson College, Oxford University
University of New Mexico School of Law. Institute of Public Law. First Call for Law and Literature (July 28-29, 2000).
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