Welcome to law.arts.culture, a blog devoted to exploration of the intersection of law and the arts. I’m blogging solo for the moment which is apt to tilt the blog in a literary direction given that much of my research and teaching is in the field of law and literature, and that I’m a fiction writer besides. But I’m in the process of recruiting a team of bloggers—Osgoode colleagues, students, and alumni—whose diversity of interests and expertise will soon broaden the focus to include music, film, theatre, visual art, and more. Please visit often, and join in the conversation!
- Law, Literature, & Film: Adaptation & Interpretation in Theodore Dreiser’s 1931 Suit Against Paramount Pictures
- The Face of the Ghetto: Pictures by Jewish Photographers from the Lodz Ghetto, 1940-1944
- Osgoode Alum Chris Hope Speaks About His Documentary Hatsumi
- IP Osgoode Speaker Series: “Books Are Dead. Long Live Books!” by Douglas Pepper
- ifls screening series presents Life & Debt
- Rebecca Johnson on “R v. Kikkik, Take 5: Law/Art/Culture & the Canadian National Imaginary”
- Dr. Tracey Lindberg on the Laws of the Kelly Lake Cree Nation
- ifls screening series presents Rex v Singh
- IFLS Book Club: Zadie Smith’s N.W.
- Legal History: Shelley Gavigan Launches Hunger, Horses, and Government Men
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