BARS Digital Events – New Directions in Romantic Literature and Law Recording

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For anybody who missed our New Directions in Romantic Literature and Law event – you can now catch up on the whole thing on the official BARS Youtube channel. This roundtable charted new directions in Romantic textual engagements with law, justice and juridical discourse. Moving beyond established approaches to theorising the disciplinary relationship between law and literature, the presenters draw on a range of disciplines, including legal and social history, legal theory, media and gender studies, to offer a rich and nuanced account of the complex relationships between literature and law in the Romantic era. Taking the interplay of legal and fictional narratives as a common thread, these papers attend to law as a creative impulse, a subject for interrogation and a regulatory paradigm. Our speakers included Alison Daniell (University of Southampton), Amy Clarke (The Open University), Melissa J. Ganz (Marquette University/Princeton University), Sarah Ailwood (University of Wollongong).
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