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Law and humanities research cluster

Our cluster is one of the oldest in the School of Law, and draws on literature, rhetoric, interpretation theories, film and media studies, aesthetics and art and offers a sustain commentary on both the limits of law, its institutions and practices and the possibilities of transformation.

Relevant research centres


Postgraduate Research Student members

  • Silvina Alonso-Grosso
  • Tina Hartland-Swann
  • Shailesh Kumar
  • Suriyakumari Lane
  • Luiz Valle, Jr.
  • Fernando Lanza Zamanillo (consciousness, archives, HIV/AIDS narratives, art-visual imagery)

Current and recent externally funded research projects