Launch of Fiction and Human Rights Network at TORCH: ‘Dignity and the Novel Since 1948’

by | Sep 18, 2015

The launch of the Fiction and Human Rights Network at TORCH: ‘Dignity and the Novel since 1948’

This is an interdisciplinary symposium at which lawyers, literary scholars, philosophers and others discuss the relationship between the novel and conceptions of ‘dignity’ in legal theory and practice.

Featuring Helena Kennedy QC, Philippe Sands QC, Jonathan Herring, Charles Foster and a range of leading scholars in Literature, Philosophy, History and Modern Languages

7th November 2015, 10.30-5.00pm at The Cube, Faculty of Law University of Oxford

Registration essential; book early to avoid disappointment

Full programme and registration at: www.torch.ox.ac.uk/dignity-and-novel

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