ANU Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies & ANU Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities
21 September 2018 - 8:30am
This symposium will suggest new ways of seeing the relationship between interpretation, law, and justice: other spaces and cultural practices, other ways of reading and non-reading, other crystallisations of rules, order and discipline.
This symposium will be an intellectually exciting, thoughtful and active gathering that critically examine political experiences and ideas in the past, considers the legacies of these in the present, and works towards creating a better future.
This full day symposium asks timely questions about reproduction and family formation in Australia. New medical reproductive technologies, the transnational flow of reproductive tissues, and cross-border reproductive travel are often researched as distinct issues.
Produced by Elsevier in collaboration with experts from around the world, Gender in the Global Research Landscape will provide powerful insight through an evidence-based examination of the scholarly output and impact of research through a gender lens to inform governments, funders, and institutions.
The symposium considers the possibilities this re-engagement with the empirical holds for innovative theoretical and methodological developments and examines this development in the context of the social and political context in which knowledge is produced both within and outside the academy.