Torch Seminar Series: Fiction and Human Rights

by | Jan 19, 2017

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. This term they will be discussing the work of the renowned Haitian-American novelist, Edwidge Danticat, examining law and aesthetics in Ian McEwan’s The Children Act and exploring comic books and human rights.

More information on the series can be found here.

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