!!Visualising Law: Visual Jurisprudence and Literature
!International Conference
!11-13 November 2015, Verona, Italy
Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere\\
Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche
\\ \\
__The event is open to all interested scholars and post graduate students. __
Please contact the organisers, or [Professor Dottori Daniela Carpi|mailto:daniela.carpi@univr.it] for registration information.
Nicola Sartor, Magnifico Rettore dell’Università degli Studi di Verona\\
Roberta Facchinetti, Direttore del Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Straniere\\
Donata Gottardi, Direttore del Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche\\
Immacolata Amodeo, Villa Vigoni, German-Italian Centre for European Excellence\\
[Daniela Carpi|User/Carpi_Daniela], Presidente AIDEL
\\ \\
__CHAIR: [Daniela Carpi|User/Carpi_Daniela] (University of Verona)__
\\ \\
__10.00__ Richard Sherwin (New York Law School): What Authorizes the Image? The Visual Economy of Post-Secular Jurisprudence.\\

__10.45__ Gary Watt (Warwick School of Law): Hearing the Evident\\

__11.15__ COFFEE BREAK\\

__11.45__ [Svend Erik Larsen|User/Larsen_Svend_Erik] (Emeritus, Aarhus University): The Court Room – A Visual Semantics\\

__12.15__ Discussion\\

__13.00__ LUNCH
\\ \\
__CHAIR: Yvonne Bezrucka (University of Verona)__
\\ \\
__14.30__ William MacNeil (Griffith Law School): Brokeback Mountain: Queering Lex Populi\\

__15.00__ [Daniela Carpi|User/Carpi_Daniela] (University of Verona): How to Enforce the Law: Video-shocks for Road Security\\

__15.30__ Andrew Majeske (John Jay College of Criminal Justice, New York): The Medium Isn’t the Message: Why We Have Less to Fear from Image-Driven Culture than Richard Sherwin Suggests\\

__16.00 COFFEE BREAK__\\

__16.30__ Patrizia Nerozzi (Emeritus, IULM University): The Many Faces of the Law: Ocular Demonstrations
and Popular Satire in William Hogarth’s Paintings and Engravings\\
17.00__ Paolo Heritier (University of Torino): World 0. A Vichian Perspective on ‘Legal Visual Studies’ and ‘Law and Humanities’\\

__17.30 Discussion__

__CHAIR: Chiara Battisti (University of Verona)__
\\ \\
__9.30__ Jessica Silbey (Northeastern University, School of Law): Picturing Moral Arguments in a Fraught
Legal Arena: Fetuses, Phantoms and Ultrasounds\\

__10.00__ Leif Dahlberg (Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm) : The In/visible Interpreter\\

__10.30 __John Gooch (University of Texas at Dallas): Visualizing the Rhetoric of International Law in the
Ukrainian Crisis\\

__11.00 COFFEE BREAK__\\

__11.30__ Cristina Costantini (University of Perugia): Legal Stigmata. Figuring the ‘Praesthetic’ Consistence of
Corpus Iuris\\

__12.00__ Max Liljefors (Lund University): Screening the Body: Biotechnology, Emotion, and Law in Contemporary Science Fiction Film\\

__12.30__ Discussion\\

__13.00 LUNCH__\\

\\ \\
__CHAIR: Sidia Fiorato (University of Verona)__
\\ \\
__15.00__ Annalisa Ciampi (University of Verona): Visual War or the Production / Destruction of International
Law through Images\\

__15.30__ Karen-Margrethe Simonsen (University of Aarhus): The Aesthetics and Politics of Atrocity Tales. On
Joshua Oppenheimer’s two Movies on the Indonesian Killings of 1965-66\\

__16.00__ Filippo Sgubbi (University of Bologna): Symbolic Criminal Law and its Digital Visualization\\

__16.30 COFFEE BREAK__\\

__17.00__ Yvonne Bezrucka (University of Verona): Beehives Iconology in “The Fable of the Bees” by Bernard de

__17.30__ Pier Giuseppe Monateri (University of Torino): Mandersson and Klimt’s Jurisprudence\\

__18.00__ Discussion\\

__20.00 Official Dinner__
__CHAIR: Pier Giuseppe Monateri (University of Torino)__
\\ \\
__9.30__ Ian Ward (Newcastle School of Law): A Revenger’s Tragedy\\

__10.00__ Doris Pichler (University of Graz): Re-negotiating Justice in Semifictional Legal Theatre: The Work of Milo Rau and Others\\

__10.30__ Riccardo Baldissone (University of Kent): The Scales for the Woman, the Cross for the Man: Visualizing Justice and Her Execution in Western Painting and Sculpture\\

__11.00 COFFEE BREAK__\\

__11.30__ Mara Logaldo (IULM University, Milano): ‘The Last Laugh’: A Multimodal Analysis of Captions in

__12.00__ Roberto Flor (University of Verona): Visualizing Criminal Law in the Information Society\\

__12.30 Discussion__\\

__13.00 LUNCH__
\\ \\
__CHAIR: Cristina Costantini (University of Perugia)__
\\ \\
__14.30__ Matteo Nicolini (University of Verona): From Hard-Copy to Digital Law, via “Illustrated Courtrooms”:
Visualising the History of Legal English\\

__15.00__ Annalisa Zanola (University of Brescia): ‘Informed Consent’ in Visual Health Literacy\\

__15.30 COFFEE BREAK__\\

__16.00__ Steven Howe (University of Lucerne): Visions of Violence: Film, Crime and Legal-Cultural Discourse
in Weimar Germany\\

__16.30__ Raffaele Cutolo (University of Brescia): Visualising Identity: The Legal Body and Biometrics\\

__17.00__ Sidia Fiorato (University of Verona): Dystopian Images of Law in The Hunger Games\\

\\ \\

[Daniela Carpi|User/Carpi_Daniela]\\
Chiara Battisti\\
Sidia Fiorato\\


Valentina Adami\\
Raffaele Cutolo\\
Anja Meyer\\
Roberta Zanoni
\\ \\
\\ \\
Museo Civico di Storia Naturale\\
Lungadige Porta Vittoria 9\\
Verona, Italy
\\ \\ 
Download the [conference folder|Visualizing_law_final_programme.pdf] with the programme.
\\ \\
The conference is co-sponsored by the __[Academia Europaea HUBERT CURIEN INTIATIVES FUND (2015)|Acad_Main/Past_Events/2011-present/2015 AE Hubert Curien Initiatives Fund]__.
\\ \\
\\ \\
[{Image src='university_degli_studi_di_verona.jpg' caption='' height='180' alt=''}]
[{Image src='studium_juris_veronense.jpg' caption='' height='180' alt=''}]
[{Image src='villa_vigoni.jpg' caption='' height='200' alt=''}]
[{Image src='betelgeuse.jpg' caption='' height='120' alt=''}]
\\ \\
[{Image src='aidel1.jpg' caption='' height='212' alt=''}]
[{Image src='aidel2.jpg' caption='' height='65' alt=''}]
[{Image src='AE_logo.jpg' caption='' height='200' alt=''}]
[{Image src='verone.jpg' caption='' height='86' alt=''}]