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IVR 2015 : SPECIAL WORKSHOP: Memory and Oblivion, the Harmonies and Conflicts of Law, Reason and Emotion

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Link: http://www.ivr2015.org
 
When Jul 27, 2015 - Aug 1, 2015
Where Washington, DC
Submission Deadline Mar 15, 2015
 

Call For Papers

Participants: Ana Carolina de Faria Silvestre Rodrigues (Co-Chair), Carla Faralli (Co-Chair), M. Paola Mittica (Co-Chair), Iris Van Domselaar (Co-Chair), Jeanne Gaakeer (Co-Chair), Marcelo Galuppo (Co-Chair)

Description: On the view that reason is not the only guide of judicial reasoning, this workshop invites contributions on the role of emotions in adjudication and/or on ‘tragic dilemmas’ in adjudication, on the combined development of “the heart and the head” via literary works, i.e. empathy and the legal imagination, on the representation of emotion in law in other cultural artifacts, including aspects of mediality in, and visuality of law (both from the cultural-legal perspective and the practical, i.e. in the courtroom).


Notes: Open to additional interested participants
Language: English
Contact: fariasilvestres@yahoo.com.br

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