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Affective Citizenship: The Emotional Content of Allegiance

A work-in-progress seminar by Alexander Reilly, part of the 'Law and the Emotions' seminar series.

 

Date: Friday 16 November 2018
Time: 4–5.30pm
Venue: Ligertwood 126, Law Moot Court, The University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus
Enquiries: Katie Barclay, Department of History (katie.barclay@adelaide.edu.au)

This is the final in a series of four interdisciplinary seminars on law and emotions at The University of Adelaide in second semester 2018. The aim is to provide a receptive forum for work-in-progress papers addressing aspects of law and the emotions at any time and in any place, irrespective of disciplinary or methodological alignment.

Prof. Alexander Reilly is the Director of the Public Law and Policy Research Unit at the University of Adelaide. He works in the area of migration, citizenship, constitutional law and Indigenous legal issues. Alex takes a broad socio-political approach to studying these areas of law, drawing on the knowledge and insights of other disciplines such as history, geography, psychology and politics to critique accepted approaches to regulation.

To assist discussion, our intention is that papers should normally be available at least a week in advance of each meeting. To be put on the mailing list, please email: Katie Barclay, Department of History – katie.barclay@adelaide.edu.au; Wilfrid Prest, Law School – wilfrid.prest@adelaide.edu.au

Presented by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions and the Law School at The University of Adelaide.

Image: James Gillray, Evidence of Character, Being a Portrait of a Traitor (London, 1798). © National Portrait Gallery, London