CfP: Deus Ex Machina: Law-Technology-Humanities

by | 17 May 2023

It is our delight to share the call for papers for the 2023 Law, Literature and Humanities Association of Australasia Conference – “Deus Ex Machina: Law – Technology – Humanities”. This is going to be an excellent event and a wonderful opportunity to gather together as scholars across law and humanities.

The conference runs from 11-14th December, hosted by Professor Kieran Tranter and the Human Technology Law Centre, QUT Law School (Brisbane, Australia) and will include a PhD/Research Student workshop on the 11th.

The conference team are organising a brilliant line-up, which includes:

  • Keynote from Associate Professor Mitchell Travis, Director for the Centre for Law and Social Justice at the University of Leeds who will speak on “Dystopia Now”.
  • Special Screening and discussion of Luis Gómez Romero and Desmond Manderson’s play “Twenty Minutes with the Devil”.

And more keynotes and plenaries will be announced soon!

Please see attached the call for papers flyer and further information is available at the conference website:

https://research.qut.edu.au/htlc/deus-ex-machina-law-technology-humanities/

CFP closes 4th September – and you can submit either a general paper to the conference or to one of the numerous streams.

Please circulate amongst your networks and we look forward to seeing you in December!

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