Monday, August 18, 2014

Música y Derecho. João Pessoa. Paraíba (Brasil)



A Improvisação na Música e no Direito

II florada filosófica

Auditório do Espaço Cultural do Unipê, Centro Universitário de João Pessoa. II Seminário de Direito e Música (Centro de Ciências Jurídicas PPGCJ Universidade Federal de Paraíba) sob o tema "A improvisação na Música e no Direito" no dia 20/08.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Literatura, Arte y Derecho en la estética post apartheid



Carrol Clarkson
Drawing the line : toward an aesthetics of transitional justice
Fordham University Press, New York, 2014,xiii, 204 pp: il.
ISBN: 9780823254156

Drawing the Line examines the ways in which cultural, political, and legal lines are imagined, drawn, crossed, erased, and redrawn in post-apartheid South Africa— through literary texts, artworks, and other forms of cultural production. Under the rubric of a philosophy of the limit, and with reference to a range of signifying acts and events, this book asks what it takes to recalibrate a socio-political scene, shifting perceptions of what counts and what matters, of what can be seen and heard, of what can be valued or regarded as meaningful. The book thus argues for an aesthetics of transitional justice and makes an appeal for a post-apartheid aesthetic inquiry, as opposed to simply a political or a legal one. Each chapter brings a South African artwork, text, speech, building, or social encounter into the ambit of topical conversations in critical theory and continental philosophy, asking: What challenge do these South African acts of signification and resignification pose, and what contribution do they make to current literary-philosophical thinking?


Introduction

Part I Drawing the Line
1. Drawing the Line
2. Redrawing the Lines

Part II Crossing the Line
3- Justice and the Art of Transition
4. Intersections
5. Poets, Philosophers, and Other Animals

Part III Lines of Force
6. Visible and Invisible
7. Who Are We?

Conclusion


References
Index

Carrol Clarkson is Associate Professor and Head of the Department of English Language and Literature at the University of Cape Town.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Derecho y Literatura colonial: South Africa, Argelia, Kenya, Israel-Palestina


Stephen Morton
States of emergency : colonialism, literature and law
Liverpool University Press, Liverpool, 2013, viii, 249 pp.
ISBN: 9781846318498


How can literature and culture from the postcolonial world help us to understand the relationship between law and violence associated with a state of emergency? And what light can legal narratives of emergency shed on postcolonial writing? States of Emergency: Colonialism, Literature and Law examines how violent anti-colonial struggles and the legal, military and political techniques employed by colonial governments to contain them have been imagined in literature and law. Through a series of case studies, the book considers how colonial states of exception have been defined and represented in the contexts of Ireland, India, South Africa, Algeria, Kenya, and Israel-Palestine, and concludes with an assessment of the continuities between these colonial states of emergency and the 'wars on terror' in Iraq, Afghanistan and Northern Pakistan. By doing so, the book considers how techniques of sovereignty, law and violence are reconfigured in the colonial present.

Contents

A Note on Translations
Acknowledgements
Introduction

Part I
1. Sovereignty, Sacrifice and States of Emergency in Colonial Ireland
2. Terrorism, Literature and Sedition in Colonial India

Part II
3. States of Emergency, the Apartheid Legal Order and the Tradition of the Oppressed in South African Fiction
4. Torture, Indefinite Detention and the Colonial State of Emergency in Kenya
5. Narratives of Torture and Trauma in Algeria's Colonial State of Exception

Part III
6. The Palestinian Tradition of the Oppressed and the Colonial Genealogy of Israel's State of Exception

Conclusion
Bibliography
Index

Stephen Morton is a Senior Lecturer for English at the University of Southampton

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Derecho, Psicoanálisis y narrativas. Brasil



Bernardo G. B. Nogueira e Ramon Mapa da Silva (Organizadores)
Direito e Literatura: Por que devemos escrever narrativas?
Arraes Editores, Belo Horizonte, 2013, 196 pp.
ISBN: 978-85-82380-43-7


O livro Direito e Literatura: Por que devemos escrever narrativas? é uma obra que relaciona personagens da literatura mundial com temas atuais do mundo jurídico, fazendo uma interface necessária e contemporânea: o direito e a literatura. A obra conta com textos de professores como Lênio Streck, que é um dos maiores pensadores de nosso país e José Manuel Aroso Linhares, professor da Universidade de Coimbra, além de reflexões de juristas e literatos de diversas partes do país.

- Bruno Camilloto Arantes & Beatriz Schettini
O ensino jurídico na terra de gigantes

- Bernardo Gomes Barbosa Nogueira
Quem é o sr. Keuner? Dialogo como a modernidade

- Fábio Belo
Vingança: defesa contra o abandono. (Breve comentário psicanalitici sobre Medela, de Eurípides)

- Cándide Lisboa Brandão e Thereza Cristina Bohlen Marcondes
Quen é você Capatu?

- Maraluce Maria Custódio
D. Benta e as estripulias de Emilia em ‘a reforma da natureza e a educação ambiental informal

- Lenio Luiz Streck
Porque precisamos de grandes narrativas no e do direito

- Sebastião Trogo
Direito e Literatura: Subsídios etmológicos para uma aproximação entre direito e literatura

- Maria Antonieta Rigueira Leal Gurgel
Em busca da inocência perdida. A interpretação e a reinvenção do direito, a parir do olhar do Pequeno Príncipe.

- Marco Flavio de Sá e Shirley Maria de Jesus
Macabea, em hora da estrela: Uma reflexão sobre a importância da cidadania.

- Carlos Augusto Teixeira Magalhães
Nem crime nem castigo: Considerações sobre ação, estrutura e As aventuras de um enfermo.

- José Luiz Quadros de Magalhães
O (dês)alienista. Reflexões a parir da obra ‘O alienista’ de Machado de Assis

- Domingos Barroso da Costa
'O cobrador': Aspectos da criminalidade contemporânea e i conto da Rubem Fonseca, em analise atravessada pela Sociologia, Psicanálise e Direito

- João Baptista Santiago Sobrinho
Riobaldo: Sob o véu de Maya

- Maria José Motta Viana e Júnia C. Magalhães Alves
'Till Eulenspiegel': Do direito e do avesso de um herói pícaro

- José Manuel Aroso Linhares
Direito e ópera: na opera? Como ópera? (and..: in...?: As...?). Uma ‘conversa sem musica’ sobre um encontro inesperado.

- Ramon Mapa da Silva
‘Matei o albatroz’: Culpa e redenção em A Balada do Velho Marinheiro.

- Tatiana Ribeiro de Souza
O julgamento de Alice



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Recupero ahora esta obra colectiva que adquirí durante mi último viaje a Curituba, en mayo pasado. Pesa en ella sobre todo el enfoque antes psicoanalítico que jurídico. Varios trabajos, no obstante, lo contrapesan; así los Lenio Luiz Streck y José Manuel Aroso Linhares. Desatacaré también, por su singularidad, el que Maria José Motta Viana y Júnia C. Magalhães Alves dedican a un tema de literatura picaresca. Asimismo, por su horizonte interdisciplinario, el texto de Domingos Barroso da Costa. El de Sebastião Trogo igualmente interesante, aunque demasiado breve, como por igual sucede con el muy sugestivo de Fábio Belo. A subrayar, siempre, las contribuciones relacionadas con la literatura brasileña: J. Mª. Machado de Assis (Dom Casmurro, O alienista), Clarice Lispector (A hora da estrela), Monteiro Lobato (Serões de Dona Benta), Guimarães Rosa (Grande sertão: veredas), el cuento ‘O cobrador’, de Rubem Fonseca. Presencia de otras literaturas con Coleridge y Saint-Exupéry.

J. C. G.

Monday, August 11, 2014

Derecho y Literatura desde la Teoría sociológica compleja


Pascal Pitz
Luhmann und der Suhrkampstreit
Die Kontroverse von Recht und Literatur vor dem Hintergrund der allgemeinen Systemtheorie
Logos Verlag, Berlin, 2014, 95 pp.
ISBN: 9783832537135



Das "Recht ist die Niederlage der Vernunft" heißt es, als das LG Berlin die Verlagschefin Ulla Unseld-Berkéwicz abberuft und gemeinsam mit ihren beiden Geschäftsführern zu einer Zahlung von Schadensersatz verpflichtet. Das große Aufsehen, das der Prozess um den Suhrkampverlag in den letzten Jahren in Deutschland erregt hat, verlangt nach einer rechtswissenschaftlichen Thematisierung dergestalt, dass danach gefragt werden muss, aus welchen Gründen die rechtliche Beurteilung der streitigen Fragen mit dem Rechtsgefühl der breiten Öffentlichkeit schlichtweg nicht mehr zu vereinbaren ist. Der Autor untersucht diese Frage vor dem Hintergrund der wohl komplexesten gesellschaftswissenschaftlichen Theorie, die das letzte Jahrhundert darzubieten hat. Wie kann die Rechtsentwicklung, die außer im wissenschaftlichen Kontext in der breiten Öffentlichkeit nur selten wahrgenommen wird, von externen Faktoren beeinflusst werden? Auf der Grundlage der allgemeinen Systemtheorie des Soziologen Niklas Luhmann wird diese Arbeit nicht nur die Chancen, sondern auch Grenzen einer derartigen Einwirkung aufzeigen, sich in diesem Zusammenhang mit den rechtstheoretischen Erwägungen Gunther Teubners auseinandersetzen und stets versuchen, die gefundenen Erkenntnisse nicht abstrakt und auch nicht nur in Bezug auf das Recht und den Suhrkampstreit zu bewerten. Vielmehr soll vorrangig das Grundmuster entwickelt werden, anhand dessen Fragestellungen in vielfältigen Kontexten diskutiert werden können. Nichts anderes als einen Beitrag zu dieser Diskussion leistet der Autor, wenn er erstmalig im wissenschaftlichen Kontext den Versuch unternimmt, das Recht in Abhängigkeit vom System der Literatur zu verstehen.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

DERECHO Y LITERATURA HISPÁNICA. Studi Ispanici, Anno XXXIX – 2014. Novedad bibliográfica


STUDI ISPANICI
Anno XXXIX – 2014, 368 pp.
Fabrizio Serra editore, Pisa - Roma
ISSN 0585-492x



DERECHO Y LITERATURA HISPÁNICA
NÚMERO COORDINADO POR JOSÉ CALVO GONZÁLEZ

ÍNDICE
José Calvo González
Presentación, pp. 11-20
Jesús Rodríguez-Velasco
Voz Muerta. Poética social y retóricas notariales en las Siete Partidas, pp. 21-40
Maximiliano A. Soler Bistué
A viva voz. La fuerza jurídica del relato en la fazaña castellana bajomedieval, pp. 41-50
Jennifer Darrell
«Contaré un caso»: la justicia y el poder en Lazarillo de Tormes, pp. 51-68
Luis Galván Moreno
La justicia en algunos autos bíblicos de Calderón, pp. 69-80
Antonio Barnés Vázquez
Don Quijote y Preciosa ante lo justo, pp. : 81-90
María Pilar García Negro
Iusfeminismo de Rosalía de Castro como refundación de la Auctoritas: autor, autoría, autoridad, pp. 91-100
Cristina Monereo Atienza
Cuestión social y derechos de la mujer en La esfinge maragata, de Concha Espina, pp. 101-116
Juan Antonio García Amado
Sobre las paradojas inmanentes a todo Derecho. A propósito del cuento La Ley, de Max Aub
pp. 117-128


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José Calvo González
Los espectros de Dreyfus en Darío: del non-engagement al non-alignement, en epílogo, pp. 129-148
Carmelo Delgado Cintrón
Dominación colonial y expresión literaria: desde Aleluyas hasta Seva, pp. 149-172
Daniel Rojas Pachas
Ejercicio del poder como arquitectura carcelaria en El Señor Presidente y Arturo, la estrella más brillante, pp. 173-186
Felipe Navarro Martínez
El infierno tan temido y los círculos de la verdad, pp. 187-198 (12)
Roberto González Echevarría
El derecho romano en la constitución de Macondo, pp. 199-214
Peter Popp
Para una lectura jurídico-literaria de Crónica de una muerte anunciada desde la responsabilidad individual y colectiva, pp. 215-230
Daniel J. García López
Los espacios de la norma y los monstruos de Copi, pp. 231-248
Carlos Fradique-Méndez
Casos jurídicos en las "Niñas tristes", pp. 249-264
Felipe Fucito
La pregunta de sus ojos: una concepción del imaginario jurídico, pp. 265-248
Jaime Francisco Coaguila Valdivia
Tramas de violencia en Abril Rojo, de Santiago Roncagliolo, pp. 285-294
Carlos Ramos Núñez
La justicia y los jueces en el Sueño del celta de Mario Vargas Llosa, pp. 295-313


NOTAS Y DOCUMENTOS

Juan López de Cuéllar y Vega
Declamación histórica y jurídica en defensa de la poesía, pp. 314-336
José Calvo González
Derecho poético en Rosalía de Castro: Vae Victis (Selbstjustiz), pp. 337-340
Claudio Antonio Castañeda, Manuel de J. Jiménez
Sobre la Iuspoética, pp. 341-354



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STUDI ISPANICI - 0585-492X

Indexada en: MLA - Modern Language Association Database; DIALNET; 2014 MIAR (Grup de Recerca i-Viu. Universitat de Barcelona) (http://miar.ub.edu/issn/0585-492X)
Evaluada por: ESF Standing Committee for the Humanities (SCH); ERIH PLUS. European Reference for the Humanities and Social Sciences. Bergen, Norway (https://www2.esf.org/asp/ERIH/Foreword/search.asp)

Link CATALOGOS

- Catálogo colectivo COPAC (UK): http://copac.ac.uk/search?isn=0585-492X&rn=1


- Catálogo colectivo ZDB. Zeitschriftendatenbank (Deutschland): http://dispatch.opac.d-nb.de/DB=1.1/CMD?ACT=SRCHA&IKT=8&SRT=LST_ty&TRM=0585-492X


- Portal del Hispanismo (Instituto Cervantes y Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte): http://www.hispanismo.es/revista.asp?DOCN=3285
* Riviste di Filologie e Letterature Mediolatina e Romanze (10/E1). Letteratura Latina Medievale e Umanistica L FIL LET 08 Riviste pubblicate in Italia FASCIA B
Fuente: http://www3.unich.it/vqranvur/Criteri%20GEV/allegato_10/04%20-%20IV%20Filol.%20romanz.pdf


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STUDI ISPANICI
Fabrizio Serra editore, Pisa - Roma
Rivista annuale


Dirección: Loreto Busquets, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano

Consejo de Redaccion: Andrea Battistini, Università di Bologna; Guillermo Carnero, Universidad de Alicante; Maxime Chevalier, Université de Bordeaux; Luis Alberto de Cuenca, Biblioteca Nacional, Madrid; Teodosio Fernández, Universidad Autónoma, Madrid; Robin Lefere, Université Libre de Bruxelles; José Manuel Lòpez de Abiada, Universität Bern; Alberto Martino, Universität Wien; Blas Matamoro, Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos, Madrid; Margherita Morreale, Università degli Studi, Padova; Melchora Romanos, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Marco Santoro, Università Sapienza, Roma; María del Carmen Simón Palmer, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Madrid; Lía Schwartz, Dartmouth College, Hanover; Gonzalo Sobejano, Columbia University, New York; Christoph Strosetzki, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster.
Studi Ispanici
Reanuda regularmente su marcha, iniciada en 1976 por iniciativa y bajo la dirección del ilustre hispanista italiano Guido Mancini.

Studi Ispanici se abre de un lado al hispanismo internacional y del otro a un comparatismo que integra el fenómeno literario en una red de relaciones culturales que da razón de su existencia y de su peculiaridad. Studi Ispanici es una publicación anual dedicada al estudio de la literatura española e hispanoamericana. Publica artículos de investigación literaria preferentemente en torno a temas monográficos mediante aproximaciones críticas de cualquier índole (filológica, histórica, lingüística, semiológica, sociológica, filosófica, etc.) con tal de que se atengan a los criterios ineludibles de la calidad y del rigor científico. Privilegia la historia de la literatura y la crítica aplicada sin menoscabo de dedicar algún número a la teoría literaria o a cualquier otra disciplina que se considere de interés. La revista consta de una parte fundamental de ensayos y de una breve sección titulada Notas y documentos, en la que se da cabida, cuando los haya, a notas eruditas y a textos o documentos relacionados con el tema que es objeto de estudio; puede incluir también trabajos bibliográficos referidos a la materia tratada. Con su apertura a aportaciones desligadas de todo condicionamiento o discriminación ideológica y metodológica,

Studi Ispanici aspira a constituirse en un espacio independiente en el que confluyan propuestas y reflexiones críticas provenientes de un hispanismo sin fronteras, superando, mediante un adecuado comparatismo, la heterogeneidad y fragmentación aparentes de las varias manifestaciones culturales en una visión en la que todas ellas se iluminan recíprocamente

Fuente: http://www.libraweb.net/riviste.php?chiave=28

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Docencia en Law and Literature 2014/2015. University of Copenhagen. Faculty of Law. Denmark


University of Copenhagen
Faculty of Law


JJUA54070U Law and Literature 2014/2015

Language English

Credit 10 ECTS

Level Full Degree Master
Full Degree Master choice
Duration 1 semester.
Placement Autumn, September-January

Schedule A2
Continuing and further education

Study board
Law
Contracting department
• Law

Course responsible
• Ditlev Tamm

Teachers
Professor Ditlev Tamm and Ekstern lecturer Russell L. Dees
Saved on the 03-04-2014


Se skema
14E-;JJUA54070U;;Law and Literature

Content
“Law and literature” has become a widely established field of study in law schools throughout the United States and Europe. Literature presents an alternative way of thinking about the law - one that is synthetic, creative, and comfortable with ambiguity and ambivalence. Learning to read and interpret works of literature helps make you a better lawyer – for example, by providing new and deeper understandings of the law and by providing an awareness of the power of rhetoric in legal argument. This course will explore our understanding of law and the way it shapes our consciousness of ourselves and our society by reading selected works of Western literature through a lawyer’s eyes. It will provide an opportunity to think about the law in a new way from a humanistic and philosophical perspective and to read engaging works of fiction that shape our vision of the law and were shaped by actual legal dilemmas. In addition, we will be reading legal opinions that grapple with issues raised by our discussion of these works of art.
The course will examine in depth the following works of literature, focusing on the issues of law and legal advocacy they raise: Sophocles, Antigone, William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice, Herman Melville, Billy Budd, Franz Kafka, The Trial, Robert Bolt, A Man for All Seasons, and Albert Camus, The Stranger. Various critical readings of each of these works will also be examined. Students must participate in discussions and debates on the implications the texts raise for legal interpretation and legal advocacy. In addition, students will also be required to read relevant case law grappling with legal issues similar to those raised by these works and apply insights gained from those works in their analysis of those cases.

Learning Outcome
- Identify and explain legal issues raised by the course texts;
- Identify and explain legal advocacy issues raised by the course texts;
- Put into perspective and participate in critical thinking about legal issues through the format of the course texts; - Analyze various notions related to law and legal advocacy, such as the nature of law, the characteristics of justice, and the duties of the advocate;
- Engage in advocacy with respect to a particular legal position through the format of the course texts; Communicate and formulate his/her knowledge and familiarity with various modes of argumentation in an advocacy context;
- Become familiar with and put into perspective different historical views of the role of law and advocacy in Western civilization; and
- Improve written and oral advocacy skills in English.

Literature
Sophocles, Antigone, William Shakespeare, The Merchant of Venice, Herman Melville, Billy Budd, Franz Kafka, The Trial, Robert Bolt, A Man for All Seasons, and Albert Camus, The Stranger . Reading will also include materials assembled by the instructors.

Required readings cover approximately 500 pages.
Teaching and learning methods

Academic qualifications
Good knowledge of the English language is a requirement, not only for oral discussion but for reading the material

Remarks
The course will also offer students for whom English is a second language an opportunity to improve their English-language skills by engaging in challenging discussions on works and topics to which they might not otherwise be exposed. Students are required to participate in class discussions. Final grades will be determined by a written final paper and an oral exam based on the paper.

Sign up
Self Service at KUnet

Exam
Credit 10 ECTS

Type of assessment Oral defence, 20 minutes
Oral exam based on synopsis, 20 minutes

Marking scale 7-point grading scale

Censorship form External censorship
Exam period 15. - 19. December 2014 (preliminary dates)
Workload

Category Hours
Seminar 34
Preparation 241
Total 275


Fuente: http://kurser.ku.dk/course/JJUA54070U/2014-2015


Docencia en Law and Literature 2014/2015. University of Missouri. School of Law. USA




University of Missouri

School of Law

Courses

LAW 5720: Law and Literature

Examination of the relationship between law and literature, falling into two main areas: law-in-literature (law, legal institutions and lawyers as depicted in literary works) and law-as-literature (legal documents as literary texts subject to literary techniques of textual analysis and criticism), with emphasis on the former. Readings will include literary and legal texts.

Credit Hour: 1-3

Fuente: http://catalog.missouri.edu/schooloflaw/#courseinventory



University of Missouri School of Law
203 Hulston Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
USA


Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Docencia en Law and Literature 2014/2015. College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Montclair State University, Montclair, New Jersey. USA



The College of Humanities and Social Sciences

PRE-LAW BACKGROUND COURSES



LAWS473: Seminar in Law and Literature (3 hours lecture)

This course examines the "Law and Literature" movement, an area of study developed within the legal field over the past several decades. The course is devoted to a thematic exploration and examination of the application of the concepts of law and literature and underscores areas of mutual illumination of the two vast bodies of text: legal opinions and works of literature. 3 sh.
Prerequisites: JURI 210 or LAWS 200 or departmental approval



Igualmente ofertado en:
THE MASTER OF ARTS IN LAW AND GOVERNANCE. COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY
Entre los seminarios y asignaturas ELECTIVES & CULMINATING EXPERIENCE. Vid.:

LAWS573: Seminar in Law and Literature (3 hours lecture)

This course examines the "Law and Literature" movement, an area of study developed within the legal field over the past several decades. The course is devoted to a thematic exploration and examination of the application of the concepts of law and literature and underscores areas of mutual illumination of the two vast bodies of text: legal opinions and works of literature. 3 sh.
Fuente: http://www.montclair.edu/catalog/view_requirements.php?CurriculumID=2712
Fuente: http://www.montclair.edu/chss/political-science-law/majors-and-minors/pre-law-minor/


Montclair State University
1 Normal Avenue - 855 Valley Road
Montclair, New Jersey 07043-1624


Docencia en Law and Literature 2014/2015. Faculty of Law. University of Toronto. Curso intensivo sobre Bertolt Brecht (1898-1956)



Faculty of Law

University of Toronto
Course List (2014-2015)
Intensive Course: Brecht: A Case Study in Law and Literature (LAW708H1F)


At a Glance

First Term
Credits: 1
Hours: 14

Enrolment
Maximum: 25
20 JD
5 LLM/SJD/MSL/NDEGS/SJD U

Schedule

Monday, October 20, 2014: 4:10 - 6:00
Tuesday, October 21, 2014: 12:30 - 2:00
Wednesday, October 22, 2014: 10:30 - 12:00
Thursday, October 23, 2014: 8:30 - 10:20
Friday, October 24, 2014: 12:30 - 2:00
Monday, October 27, 2014: 12:30 - 2:00
Tuesday, October 28, 2014: 6:10 - 7:30
Wednesday, October 29, 2014: 8:50 - 10:20
Thursday, October 30, 2014: 12:30 - 2:00

Instructor(s): Dr. Bernadette Meyler. Professor of Law and English and Faculty Director of Research at the Cornell Law School

Note: Students may enroll in an intensive course that conflicts with a regular course as an exception to the general rule that students may not take courses which conflict on the timetable. Attendance at intensive courses is mandatory for the duration of the course and takes precedence over regular courses.

The law and literature enterprise has been undergirded by a largely liberal vision of the modern state. This focus has affected both the theoretical conclusions drawn from investigations of law and literature—such as the nature of the relationship between the individual and the law—and the literary texts that have supplied the staples of analysis—from Shakespeare to Dickens. By examining the work of Marxist playwright Bertolt Brecht in conjunction with classic essays on law and literature, this short course will ask what law and literature might look like from other political standpoints. Brecht’s Threepenny Trial (his notes on his lawsuit concerning the film made from his earlier Threepenny Opera), his full-length plays Arturo Ui, Caucasian Chalk Circle, and Galileo, and the Lehrstück (learning play) The Measures Taken, as well as his testimony before the House Committee on Un-American Activities, will be discussed.

Evaluation
Students will be required to write a paper of 2500 to 3000 words. Papers must be delivered to the Records Office by 4:00 p.m. on November 20, 2014. Students graded under the Pre-2012 grading system will be graded on an Honours/Pass/Fail basis. Graduate students will be graded according to the graduate grading scale.


Fuente: http://www.law.utoronto.ca/course/intensive-course-brecht-case-study-in-law-and-literature



University of Toronto Faculty of Law 84 Queen's Park Toronto, ON M5S 2C5

Docencia en Law and Literature 2014/2015. Kent Law School. The University of Kent, Canterbury, England, UK



Module Catalogue 2014/2015

Law and Literature - LW581

Location: Canterbury
Term: Autumn
Level: Higher
Credits (ECTS) : 15 (7.5)
Convenor: Dr. Anne Bottomley. Kent Law School

Synopsis
So much of law is about text and the manipulation of language: Becoming sensitive to the construction of narratives in judgements, learning to read argument in its many forms, recognising the ways in which words, and patterns of words, can be used to create effect, playing with ambiguities or seeking to express an idea with clarity, all these are fundamental skills for a lawyer. Law is also about performance, the roles which are assigned to us and the drama of the court room. And law, as text and performance, carries fundamental cultural messages about the society we live in and the values we aspire to. During this module, we will examine some of the many ways in which reading, viewing and listening to, ‘the arts’ helps us to think more concisely as well as more imaginatively about law. Our preliminary ‘reading list’ is longer than usual, it is designed to give prospective students a taste of the range of material we will cover, as well as to suggest that it will be helpful to have undertaken some preliminary work before starting the module. We welcome on to the module anyone who shares, with us, an enjoyment of reading, viewing and listening – this is a chance to be introduced to material you may not be familiar with as well as a chance to pursue an interest you may already have. Although the module is designed primarily for law students, it is also open to undergraduates from other degree programmes.


Details
This module appears in:
• Social Sciences Undergraduate Stage 2 & 3

Contact hours
20 contact hours (combined 2-hour lecture seminar)

Method of assessment
100% coursework consisting of an essay question take from a takeaway examination paper worth 90% and a set of questions worth 10%.

Preliminary reading
• Peter Goodrich Languages of Law (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1990)
• Gilles Delueze Negotiations (New York: Columbia University Press, 1995)
• Charles Dickens Bleak House
• Franz Kafka The Trial
• Patricia Highsmith City of the Owl
• Shakespeare Titus Andronichus, Merchant of Venice and Measure for Measure
• Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice
• Oscar Wilde Ballad of Reading Gaol
• Chester Himes A Rage in Harlem
• JG Ballard High Rise
• Jean Anouilh Antigone
• Preliminary Viewing - Titus, 1999, Dir Julie Taymor
• Preliminary Viewing - The Trial, 1963, Dir Orson Wells
• Preliminary Viewing - Jagged Edge,1985, Dir Richard Marquand

Learning outcomes
• • to develop an understanding of law as a text, susceptible to manipulation.
• • to understand the origin of law in humanities rather than in social science.
• • to consider the contemporary representation of lawyers in imaginative media.
• • to develop an appreciation of how law intersects with the arts generally.
• • to develop a critical understanding of law’s claim to be truthful.

Pre-requisites
No pre-requisites


Fuente: http://www.kent.ac.uk/courses/modulecatalogue/modules/LW581
Kent Law School: http://www.llmstudy.com/University_of_Kent_Kent_Law_School/department/5664/ http://www.kent.ac.uk/law/

The University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NZ

Otras barras y estrellas: Philip Roth para constitucionalistas no cándidos



Ann Basu
States of Trial : Manhood in Philip Roth's Post-War America
Bloomsbury Academic, New York, 2014, 208 pp.
ISBN; 9781623562960


This study of five towering Philip Roth novels -Operation Shylock, the American Pastoral trilogy, and The Plot Against America- explores his vision of a turbulent post-war America personified in trial-racked Jewish American men. These works collectively register the impact of post-1945 upheavals upon the nation and American trial-based myths about wholesomeness and regeneration. Roth shows how the "stories of old" which moulded American self-making have produced disorderly and disruptive counter-stories, playing themselves out in Jewish men marked by spots and stains where their constitutional integrity has been infringed.
Roth probes the nation's own constitutional testing points as he shatters the identities of characters such as fallen ace athlete Swede Levov and disgraced academic Coleman Silk. His books seek to strip away America's false innocence, demanding that historical accountability should replace myths of new beginnings. Creating arenas of trial for his American men where national discourses and narratives cross and clash, Roth's novels reveal that a culture equals its debates and allow us to see Americans and America as ongoing experiments, always being tested.

Contents

Introduction: Philip Roth’s Post-war Americans in a State of Trial
Chapter One: Turning Sentences Around: Trial Themes in The Ghost Writer, Zuckerman Unbound and The Anatomy Lesson
Chapter Two: Before the Law: Operation Shylock: A Confession
Chapter Three: Testing “Stories of Old” in American Pastoral
Chapter Four: Undoing the Bildungsroman: Cold War Trials in I Married A Communist
Chapter Five: Spooking the American National Body in The Human Stain
Chapter Six: The Plot Against America and the Trials of the American Constitution
Conclusion: Nemeses: Reworking the Trial for Post-war America

Notes
Bibliography


Dr. Ann Basu, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.

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Philip Roth (1933-), Premio Príncipede Asturias 2012

Docencia en Law and Literature 2014/2015. Osgoode Hall Law School. York University, Toronto. Ontario. Canada


OSGOODE SYLLABUS OF COURSES AND SEMINARS 2014-2015 Fall / Winter


Legal Values: Law and Literature
(3590V.03 M) Seminar

Instructor(s): Professor Kate Sutherland (Associate Dean, First Year & Associate Professor)

Winter: 3 credits; 2 hours; max. enrollment: 20

Prerequisite Courses: None

Preferred Courses: None

Presentation: Discussion and student presentations.

Upper Year Research and Writing Requirement: Yes

Praxicum: No
The field of law and literature is often divided into two strands: “law in literature” and “law as literature.” The “law in literature” strand explores representations of law in poems, short stories, novels, and other literary texts. The “law as literature” strand analyses legal texts through the lens of literary theory, examining the relationship between literary criticism and legal criticism, and between literary theory and legal theory. This seminar will delve into both strands in considering the broad question of how works of literature and literary theory might enhance our understanding of law. Topics of discussion may include: representations of law and legal institutions in fiction, the role of storytelling in law, rhetoric and legal argument, theories of interpretation, and literature and legal change. Readings will be comprised of literary and legal texts as well as scholarly works on law and literature.
Evaluation: 1) A paper worth 75% of the final mark. Students will determine their own paper topics in consultation with the instructor. 2) A series of assignments worth 25% of the final mark. This will include short commentaries on three of the readings, a paper proposal, and an in-class presentation.

Fuente: OSGOODE SYLLABUS OF COURSES AND SEMINARS 2014-2015 Fall / Winter
https://apps.osgoode.yorku.ca/myosgood2.nsf/0/AF1472EB7579BE5685257B8A00699B31/$FILE/Osgoode_Syllabus_2014-2015.pdf



QS World University Rankings ranked York University’s law school (Osgoode Hall) as the fourth best in Canada and in the top 100 in the world. Included in this, York was 4th best when it came to academic reputation and 7th best in Canada for citations per paper. If this wasn’t enough to believe that Osgoode Hall is one of the best law schools in Canada, there’s more.

MacLean’s has consistently ranked Osgoode Hall as the second best law school in Canada by having a well rounded rating in all the metrics but also by having the second best faculty citation score.
As such, York U undoubtedly has an excellent level of education

Fuente: http://youniversityhub.com/best-law-schools-in-canada/



La York University/Université York es la tercera universidad más grande de Canadá

Monday, July 28, 2014

Docencia en Law and Literature 2014/2015. Law School. Cornell University, Ithaca, New York


Courses of Study
LAW 6710 - [Law and Literature]

Fall. 3 credits. Letter grades only
Next offered 2014-2015.

Teacher: Elizabeth S. Anker

This seminar will study the relationship between law and literature to pose broad questions about the interpretive and other stakes of different theoretical approaches to literary criticism. We will consider frameworks for conjoining literature with law that are established (narratology, psychoanalysis, rhetoric) and new (cultural studies, performance, globalization), applying these analytics to specific issues (immigration, marriage, human rights) as well as literary texts. We will thereby investigate the evolution of law and literature as a field of inquiry, examining its institutional-intellectual genesis and its contemporary formations. While ranging across historical periods, we will in particular ask about the future directions of law and literature. To what emerging debates might law and literature scholars turn? What new methodologies and problems remain insufficiently explored?


Cornell University
Cornell Law School
Myron Taylor Hall
Ithaca
New York 14853-4901
USA

Fuente: http://courses.cornell.edu/preview_course_nopop.php?catoid=18&coid=244842


Sunday, July 27, 2014

Docencia en Recht en Literatuur 2014-2025. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. Faculty of Law. Netherlands


Radboud University. Prospectuses 2014-2015. Faculty of Law


Rechtsfilosofie (B3 NR)
Vakcode
JUR-3REFI



Werkvormen
Hoorcolleges & werkgroepen. Het schrijven van een essay is een verplicht onderdeel van deze cursus. In de werkcolleges wordt de schrijfverplichting begeleid. Nadere informatie over de organisatie van het onderwijs en de schrijfopdracht is te vinden op Blackboard.

Docenten en spreekuur:
Dr. mr. D. Venema (coördinator): Thomas van Aquinostraat 6, kamer 6.02.24, tel. 024-3611499, e-mail d.venema@jur.ru.nl

Spreekuur: na afspraak met de docent of via de secretaresse:
mw. Maria Stadelman, Thomas van Aquinostraat 6, kamer 6.02.018, tel. 024 - (36)12186, e-mail: rechtsfilosofie@jur.ru.nl

Vereiste voorkennis
Voorkennis vereist voor het volgen van onderwijs en het afleggen van het tentamen.
Vak voorkennis: geen
Studiepunten: 40 EC aan propedeusevakken

Leerdoelen
Kennis van de belangrijkste problemen en argumentaties uit de 'recht en literatuur' stroming;
Kennis van de teksten die als literaire canon voor de jurist gelden;
Competentie in de toepassing van literaire technieken in de analyse van juridische teksten;
Competentie in de toepassing van juridische technieken in de interpretatie van literaire teksten.

Beschrijving
De cursus biedt wijsgerige reflecties over de fascinerende relatie tussen recht en literatuur. Grote literatuur is vaak een spiegel voor het recht, denk bijvoorbeeld aan de betekenis van de klassieke Griekse tragedies en de romans van Dostojevski. Omgekeerd kan het recht ook een bron voor literatuur zijn, zoals blijkt in Der Prozess van Franz Kafka of Der Vorleser van Bernard Schlink.
Het onderwerp 'recht en literatuur' wordt uitgewerkt langs drie hoofdlijnen: hoe wordt het recht verbeeld in de literatuur; wat zijn de literaire aspecten van het recht en welke rol speelt interpretatie; kan literatuur helpen om beter recht of betere juristen te maken?
De theorie over recht en literatuur komt aan bod in de hoorcolleges. In de werkcolleges worden toepasselijke literaire werken gelezen en besproken.
Het standaardwerk Law and Literature is de leidraad bij deze cursus.

Tentaminering
Het tentamen wordt schriftelijk afgenomen. Het tentamen toetst de leerstof en bevat voor elke student enkele vragen specifiek over zijn of haar essay.

Literatuur
Verplichte literatuur:
Richard A. Posner, Law and Literature. Third Edition, Cambridge Mass. 2009 Harvard University Press. Paperback editie.
Overige verplichte literatuur wordt nader bekemd gemaakt

Studielast verdeling
26 hoorcollege
12 werkcollege
24 werkcollege voorbereiding
26 hoorcollege voorbereiding
34 schrijven paper
18 voorbereiding tentamen
140 uur = 5 EC

Secretariaat
Secretaresse: Maria Stadelman, Thomas van Aquinostraat 6, kamer 6.02.18, tel. 024 - (36)12186, e-mail: rechtsfilosofie@jur.ru.nl

Fuente: http://www.studiegids.science.ru.nl/2014/en/law/prospectus/Vakinformatie/courses/course/34182/

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Docencia en Recht en Literatuur 2014-2025. Rechtsgeleerdheid. Universiteit Leiden




Optional courses Law, 2014-2015
Law and Literature

Semester 2
EC 5
Level 300



Year: 2014-2015
Catalog number: 22967230
Teacher(s): Prof. mr. J.H. Nieuwenhuis
Dhr Mr.dr. C.E. Smith
Language: Dutch


Beschrijving en literatuur

In een reeks Sokratische (interactieve) colleges, waarbij Hans Nieuwenhuis, Orestes in Veghel, Uitgeverij Balans, Amsterdam 2004, derde druk 2007, en Hans Nieuwenhuis, Kant & Co, Uitgeverij Balans, Amsterdam 2011 de leidraad vormen, worden de volgende boeken gelezen en besproken:

• Het epos van Gilgames, vertaling Herman Vanstiphout, of andere editie.
• Sofokles, Antigone, vertaling Gerard Koolschijn, of andere editie.
• Multatuli, Max Havelaar
• Bijbel; Genesis, Exodus, Job, Evangelie naar Lukas; Koran, sura’s 90-114 en 1-5, Vertaling Kramers, Rainbow Pockets of Penguin editie (Khalidi).
• Sofokles, Oidipous, vertaling Gerard Koolschijn,of andere editie
• Dante: Divina Commedia, het middenpaneel Purgatorio/Louteringsberg, tweetalige editie, vertaling Rob Brouwer, Leiden 2001; ook de goedkope pocketeditie van de vertaling van Frans van Dooren (Flamingo Pockets) is goed bruikbaar.
• Nietzsche, Also sprach Zarathustra, Ein Buch für alle und Keine, of vertaling van P. Endt en H. Marsman (Wereldbibliotheek) of Zo sprak Zarathoestra, een nieuwe vertaling van Ria van Hengel, Arbeiderspers 2013

Leerdoelen
Doel van het vak:
Vraag aan een kandidaat-rechter: ‘Kent u het verhaal van Kaïn en Abel?’ Zijn antwoord: ‘Kaïn en Abel? Geen idee, al sla je me dood.’ Pleit dit antwoord tegen benoeming? Heeft de kandidaat een hoofdzonde begaan door de canon te verzaken? De canon, het fonds van verhalend proza dat iedere jurist moet lezen en herlezen, omdat het de basis vormt van het geldende recht. Deze vragen vormen het verschiet van ‘Recht en literatuur’.

Eindkwalificaties (eindtermen van het vak)
Na afronding van het vak hebben studenten de volgende kwalificaties verworven:
• Helder besef van het feit dat het recht niet zonder verbeelding kan en dat de gelezen en besproken boeken de onontbeerlijke grondstof van die verbeelding vormen.
• Bedrevenheid in het onderdeel ‘Rechtsvinding te velde’ een fietstocht onder het motto ‘Ambulando solvitur’ (‘Al fietsend komt het inzicht’).

Rooster
Kies voor propedeuse of bachelor en master.

Onderwijsvorm
Hoorcolleges
• Aantal à 2 uur: 7
• Namen docenten: prof. mr. J.H. Nieuwenhuis en mr. C.E. Smith
• Vereiste voorbereiding door studenten: aandachtig lezen van de boeken.

Werkgroepen
Geen.

Andere onderwijsvorm
Excursie (fietstocht “Rechtsvinding te velde”)

Toetsing
Toetsvorm(en)
Werkstuk (kort essay) en mondelinge gedachtewisseling daarover en over de gelezen boeken.

Inleverprocedures
Wordt nader bekend gemaakt.

Examenstof
Tot de examenstof behoort de verplichte literatuur en hetgeen behandeld is tijdens de colleges en tijdens eventuele andere onderwijsvormen.

Blackboard
Bij dit vak wordt gebruik gemaakt van Blackboard.

Werkboek:
Geen.

Reader:
Geen.

Aanmelden
De aanmelding verloopt via uSis.

Contact
• Vakcoördinator: Prof. mr. J.H. Nieuwenhuis
• Werkadres: Steenschuur 25, 2311 ES Leiden, kamer B237
• Bereikbaarheid: afspraak d.m.v. e-mail
• Telefoon: 071 – 527 7400
• E-mail: j.h.nieuwenhuis@law.leidenuniv.nl

Instituut/afdeling
• Instituut: Privaatrecht
• Afdeling: Burgerlijk recht
• Kamernummer secretariaat: C202
• Openingstijden: balie van maandag tot en met vrijdag 09.00 u.-13.30 u.
• Telefoon secretariaat: 071 – 527 7400 / 7401
• E-mail: burgerlijkrecht@law.leidenuniv.nl

Contractonderwijs
Belangstellenden die deze cursus in het kader van contractonderwijs willen volgen (met tentamen), kunnen meer informatie vinden over kosten, inschrijving, voorwaarden, etc. op de website van Juridisch PAO. (http://www.paoleiden.nl/cms2/)

Fuente: https://studiegids.leidenuniv.nl/courses/show/41190/recht_en_literatuur


Friday, July 25, 2014

Docencia en Law and Literature 2014-2015. Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. Canada


Law and Literature
(English 6552H) (LAW355H1F)


Credits: 3

Enrolment
Maximum: 25

Instructor(s): Simon Stern, Associate Professor & Co-Director, Centre for Innovation Law & Policy


The Blackboard program will be used for this course. Students must self-enrol in Blackboard as soon as confirmed in the course in order to obtain course information.

O.W. Holmes: “The life of the law has not been logic but experience.”
O.Wilde: “Experience is the name we give to our past mistakes.”
Each week we will read several articles, along with several short stories and novels during the term. We will begin with a consideration of some of the questions and criticisms that scholars have recently raised as they have sought to justify or reorient the field. We will then look at some of the specific problems connecting law and literature at various points since the Renaissance. After a more intensive look at current theoretical debates, we will take up various problems at the intersection of law and literature: legal fictions, forms of legal writing and explanation, and the regulation of literature through copyright law. Next we will focus on two legal problems that have also occupied literary thinkers: the problem of criminal responsibility and literature’s ability to document human thought and motives, and the question of privacy in criminal law, tort law, and fiction. We will end by considering possible future directions for law and literature. The course requirements will include a final paper and two or three response papers for presentation in class.

Each unit includes some required readings and a number of suggested sources for students who are interested in doing further research in a particular area. Some of the questions we will discuss include:

How does literature use or respond to legal structures, themes, and analytical techniques, and vice versa?
How does literature portray legal institutions and processes?
What can literature bring to the performance of legal tasks, including legal narrative?

To what extent can literary critical accounts of narrative structure and coherence explain the role of narrative in law, and where do these accounts fall short? What is achieved and what is missed by positing literature as law’s “other” (e.g., as the imaginative and ethical alternative to legal rules and constraints)?

Evaluation
Two or three one- to two-page comment papers on assigned readings (to be used in class discussions of those readings) (cumulatively 20%); class participation (measured by regular attendance and contribution to class discussion) (20%); and a term paper of about 15 pages, on a topic to be approved in advance (60%).

Fuente: http://www.law.utoronto.ca/course/law-and-literature-english-6552h-1


Thursday, July 24, 2014

Fallecimiento de Michel van de Kerchove. Université Saint-Louis. Bruxelles


Acabo de conocer el fallecimiento de Michel van de Kerchove, Profesor Emérito de las Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis, cofundador del Séminaire interdisciplinaire d'études juridiques y abogado en Bruselas, .


C'est une bien triste nouvelle.
Mes condoléances à la famille et une mémoire admirée

J.C.G.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Docencia en Droit et Littérature 2014-2015. Faculté de Droit. Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelles.



Droit et littérature

DROI1262

Crédits ECTS : 3

Professeur :
François Ost

Mode d'enseignement :
Présentiel, deuxième quadrimestre, 30 heures de théorie.

Langues d'enseignement :
Français

Objectifs d'apprentissage :
- Aborder des questions de théorie et de philosophie du droit sous un angle original. Renouveler et approfondir ces questions à partir de la littérature.
- Entretenir ou susciter le goût des oeuvres littéraires.
- Favoriser l'interdisciplinarité entendue ici au sens large de dialogue des cultures (culture littéraire/culture juridique/culture propre aux sciences humaines, y compris la philosophie).
- Susciter la créativité intellectuelle des étudiants tout en cultivant la rigueur de la lecture et de l'analyse.

Contenu de l'activité :
Trouver dans les grandes oeuvres littéraires des réponses à certaines des questions les plus fondamentales que posent le droit, la justice et le pouvoir, tel est le pari de ce cours. Seront notamment abordés les thèmes suivants : le débat qui oppose le droit naturel et le droit positif (l'Antigone de Sophocle), la désobéissance civile (le Criton de Platon, Antigone encore), le passage de la vengeance à la justice (Les Euménides d'Eschyle), la donation de la loi (l'épisode biblique du Sinaï, le Protagoras de Platon), le rapport juridique de l'homme à la nature (le Robinson Crusoë de D. Defoë comparé au Vendredi ou les limbes du Pacifique de M. Tournier), l'exploration de l'en deçà de la loi (Kafka), la question de l'abus de droit (le Marchand de Venise de Shakespeare), les forces et limites de l'engagement contractuel (le pacte faustien), l'effectivité de la loi (Mesure pour mesure de Shakespeare), etc'
Dans tous ces cas, si la littérature a pour effet de subvertir les partages établis entre le bien et le mal, le juste et l'injuste, le légal et l'illégal, elle pourrait aussi conduire à un approfondissement des valeurs sur lesquelles prétendent s'appuyer les pouvoirs en place et les droit positifs.

Activités d'apprentissages prévues et méthodes d'enseignement :
S'agissant d'un cours à option, le cours, de forme magistrale, devrait néanmoins permettre des échanges avec les étudiants. Un ouvrage, reprenant l'ensemble des exposés, est mis à la disposition des étudiants dès le début du cours (François OST, Raconter la loi. Aux sources de l'imaginaire juridique, Paris, Editions Odile Jacob, 2004).

Méthodes d'évaluation :
L'évaluation se fait sous la forme d'un examen oral. Les étudiants ont la faculté de présenter une question personnelle. L'examen comporte deux ou trois questions destinées à mesurer le degré d'appropriation des connaissances par les étudiants, ainsi que la compréhension des problématiques étudiées. Les étudiants sont encouragés à s'associer à une démarche de recherche créatrice et imaginative tout en ne se départissant pas de la rigueur qu'appelle la lecture des textes. Il est demandé aux étudiants de lire une des oeuvres littéraires discutées au cours.

Bibliographie :
Voir François OST, Raconter la loi. Aux sources de l'imaginaire juridique, Paris, Editions Odile Jacob, 2004


Más información : http://www.usaintlouis.be/sl/2014/CDROI1262.html


Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Docencia en Diritto e Letteratura 2014-2015. Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia. Università degli Studi di Pavia



Università degli Studi di Pavia

Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici



Diritto e letteratura (c/o Collegio Borromeo) br />
Corsi di laurea: Lettere

Docenti: Giampaolo Azzoni
Anno accademico: 2014/2015
Codice corso: 504972
Crediti formativi: 3
Ambito: IUS/20 FILOSOFIA DEL DIRITTO
Decreto Ministeriale: 270/04
Ore di lezione: 30
Periodo: IIºsemestre


Università degli Studi di Pavia
Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici
Piazza Botta, 6 - 27100 Pavia

Università degli Studi di Pavia
Sede Centrale
Strada Nuova, 65
27100 Pavia

Monday, July 21, 2014

Derecho y Literatura. Matrimonio y Patrimonio en Shakespeare y Middleton




Nancy Mohrlock Bunker
Marriage and Land Law in Shakespeare and Middleton
Fairleigh Dickinson Univeristy Press, Madison, 2014, 278 pp.
ISBN: 9781611476668


Marriage and Land Law in Shakespeare and Middleton examines the dynamics of early modern marriage-making, a time-honored practice that was evolving, often surreptitiously, from patriarchal control based on money and inheritance, to a companionate union in which love and the couple's own agency played a role. Among early modern playwrights, the marriage plays of Shakespeare and Middleton are particularly, though not uniquely, concerned with this evolution, observing the movement towards spousal choice determined by the couple themselves. Through the late Elizabethan and early Jacobean period, the role of the patriarch, though often compromised, remained intact: the father or guardian negotiated the financial terms. And, in a culture that was still tied to feudal practices, land law held a primary place in the bargain. This book, while following the arc of changing marriage practices, focuses on the ways in which the oldest determination of status, land, affects marital decisions. Land is not a constant topic of conversation in the twenty-one theatrical marriages scrutinized here, but it is a persistent and omnipresent truth of family and economic life. In paired discussions of marriage plays by Shakespeare and Middleton -The Taming of the Shrew/A Chaste Maid in Cheapside, All's Well That Ends Well/A Trick To Catch the Old One, Measure for Measure/A Mad World, My Masters, The Merchant of Venice/The Roaring Girl, and Much Ado About Nothing/No Wit, No Help Like A Woman's- this book explores the attempts, maneuvers, intrigues, ruses, and schemes that marriageable characters deploy in order to control spousal choice and secure land. Special attention is given to patriarchal figures whose poor judgment exploits inheritance law weaknesses and to the lack of legal protection and hence the vulnerability of women-and men-who engage the system in unconventional ways. Investigation into the milieu of early modern patriarchal influence in marriage-making and the laws governing inheritance practices enables a fresh reading of Shakespeare's and Middleton's marriage comedies.

Contents

Introduction: Patriarchal marriage, companionate marriage
Cap. 1: Thwarting the enterprising patriarch: The taming of the shrew and A Chaste Maid in Cheapside
Cap. 2: Absent patriarchs and present guardians: All's Well that ends well and A Trick to Catch the Old One
Cap. 3: Marriage against the grain of social order: Measure for measure and A Mad world, My masters
Cap. 4: Assertive women broker themselves: The merchant of Venice and The Roaring Girl
Cap. 5: Companionate marriage: Much ado about nothing and No wit, No Help Likke a Woman's
Appendix
Bibliography
Notes

Nancy Bunker is associate professor of English at Middle Georgia State College.


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Recordar asimismo:



Jerry Sokol - Mary Sokol
Shakespeare, Law, and Marriage
Cambridge University Press, 2003, 276 pp.
ISBN: 9780521024907

This interdisciplinary study combines legal, historical and literary approaches to the practice and theory of marriage in Shakespeare's time. It uses the history of English law and the history of the contexts of law to study a wide range of Shakespeare's plays and poems. The authors approach the legal history of marriage as part of cultural history. The household was viewed as the basic unit of Elizabethan society, but many aspects of marriage were controversial, and the law relating to marriage was uncertain and confusing, leading to bitter disagreements over the proper modes for marriage choice and conduct. The authors point out numerous instances within Shakespeare's plays of the conflict over status, gender relations, property, religious belief and individual autonomy versus community control. By achieving a better understanding of these issues, the book illuminates both Shakespeare's work and his age.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. Making a valid marriage: the consensual model
2. Arranging marriages
3. Wardship and marriages enforced by law
4. Financing a marriage: provision of dowries or marriage portions
5. The solemnisation of marriage
6. Clandestine marriage, elopement, abduction and rape: irregular marriage formation
7. The effects of marriage on legal status
8. Marriage breakdown: separation, divorce, illegitimacy
9. 'Til death us do part An afterword on method
Notes
Bibliography
Index.

B. J. Sokol. Goldsmiths, University of London
Mary Sokol. University College London

J.C.G.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Docencia en Recht und Literatur 2014-2015. Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät


Seminare und Spezialkredite
Seminar Literatur und Recht


Die Seminare des Lehrstuhls können als Masterseminare oder als Spezialkredite angerechnet werden. Das 3-Länder-Seminar wird nur als Spezialkredit angerechnet.

Das Seminar "Literatur und Recht" - das sowohl Studierenden in Deutsch als auch Französisch offen steht - ist mehrheitlich als Blockseminar ausgestaltet und dauert üblicherweise von Samstag Abend bis Dienstag Nachmittag. Es behandelt ein Grundlagenthema aus verschiedenen Perspektiven (Rechtsphilosophie, Rechtstheorie, Methodologie, Strafrecht, Zivilrecht, Verwaltungsrecht) in Verbindung mit Literatur. Geographisch findet das Seminar typischerweise ausserhalb Freiburgs statt (meist in Frankreich).

Docent: Dr. iur. Marcel Alexander Niggli. Ordentlicher Professor für Strafrecht und Rechtsphilosophie an der Rechtswissenschaftliche Facultät. Universität Freiburg

Nächstes Seminar: 11.-14. Oktober 2014, Thema "Recht und Autonomie".

Fuente: http://www.unifr.ch/ius/niggli/studium/seminare



Friday, July 18, 2014

Fallecimento de Willem Witteveen, Hoogleraar Rechtstheorie (Universiteit van Tilburg) en el atentado aéreo de Hrabove. Ucrania


Acabo de conocer la noticia de que el Prof. Willem Witteveen (Teoría del Derecho y Retórica. Departamento de Derecho Publico, Filosofía del Derecho e Historia del Derecho. Facultad de Derecho de Tilburg. Warandelaan. Netherlands) y Senador del Partido laborista holandés es uno de los pasajeros fallecidos en el pasado 17 de julio al resultar derribado el vuelo de Malaysian Airlines MH17 en Hrabove, Ucrania. Le acompañaban asimismo esposa Lidwien Heerkens, quien trabajaba en la Tilburg School of Humanities (TSH) y su hija Marit Witteveen, estudiante de segundo año de Liberal Arts en TSH.


Mi sentido pésame a los familiares y a los colegas de la Universiteit van Tilburg.

J.C.G.
Fuente: http://www.ad.nl/ad/nl/31544/Neergeschoten-Boeing-777/article/detail/3691663/2014/07/18/Eerste-Kamerlid-Witteveen-onder-slachtoffers-ramp.dhtml

Docencia en Recht und Literatur 2013-2014. Fakultät für Rechtswissenschaft. Universität Bielefeld





Clausura del Seminario en Recht und Literatur 2013/2014

Fakultät für Rechtswissenschaft
Universität Bielefeld



Seminar: Recht und Gerechtigkeit im Spiegel der Literatur (S) (SS 2014)
07.04.2014-18.07.2014



Dozent: Herr Prof. Dr. Gerhard Otte

Inhalt, Kommentar
Themen: Sophokles „Antigone“; Shakespeare „Der Kaufmann von Venedig“; Schiller „Der Verbrecher aus verlorener Ehre“; Kleist „Michael Kohlhaas“; Droste-Hülshoff „Die Judenbuche“; Maupassant „Der Schmuck“; Kafka „Das Gesetz“; Brecht „Der Kaukasische Kreidekreis“

Die Teilnehmerzahl ist begrenzt. Interessenten können sich bis zum 6. Februar schriftlich per Post oder e-mail (gerhard.otte@uni-bielefeld.de) anmelden. Beizufügen sind Kopie des Abiturzeugnisses, Aufstellung der bisherigen Studienleistungen und Angabe des gewünschten Themas.

Vorbesprechungstermin und Termine der Seminarsitzungen werden noch bekanntgegeben.

Fuente: http://ekvv.uni-bielefeld.de/kvv_publ/publ/vd?id=SS2014_291510&lang=en


Thursday, July 17, 2014

Docencia en Recht und Literatur 2014/2015. Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) Institut für Lern-Innovation - ILI


Recht und Literatur - Literatur und Recht
Interdisziplinäre Veranstaltung zum Erwerb von Schlüsselqualifikationen (RLLR)



Dozent/in
Akademischer Direktor Dr. phil. Ass. jur. Franz-Rudolf Herber

Angaben
Vorlesung, 2 SWS, benoteter Schein, ECTS-Studium, ECTS-Credits: 4, Sprache Deutsch
Zeit und Ort: Di 14:15 - 15:45, JDC R 1.281

Voraussetzungen / Organisatorisches
Zielgruppe sind alle Studierenden, die wichtige interdisziplinäre Schlüsselqualifikationen erwerben wollen. Die Veranstaltung ist auch für Studierende des Studienganges >Ethik der Textkulturen< geeignet. Gasthörer/innen sind willkommen. Juristische Vorkenntnisse und/oder literarische Vorkenntnisse sind nicht erforderlich.

Die Veranstaltung beginnt am 7. Oktober 2014; die Anmeldung erfolgt über StudOn (2.1. Rechtswissenschaft/Weitere Veranstaltungen der Lehrstühle/Dozentenname).

Übersichten, Schemata und Texte werden über StudOn zur Verfügung gestellt.

Die Vorlesung schließt mit einer 90-minütigen Klausur, die am Dienstag, den 27. Januar 2015, von 14:15 - 15:45 Uhr in JDC R 1.281 stattfindet; die Prüfungsanmeldung zur Klausur erfolgt über „Mein Campus“ im festgesetzten Anmeldezeitraum.

Sprechstunde ist mittwochs von 12:00 - 13:00 Uhr und nach Vereinbarung sowie nach der jeweiligen Lehrveranstaltung.

Inhalt
In der interdisziplinären Vorlesung >Recht und Literatur – Literatur und Recht<, deren Dozent Jurist und Philologe ist, werden zentrale Querverbindungen zwischen Recht und Literatur aufgezeigt, die insbesondere in die Rechtswissenschaft, Ethik der Textkulturen, Literaturwissenschaften, Philosophie, Politikwissenschaft, Soziologie und Theologie hineinragen.
Zwischen Recht und Literatur sowie zwischen Literatur und Recht hat es zu allen Zeiten sehr enge Zusammenhänge gegeben, so dass für die Lehrveranstaltung eine Auswahl getroffen werden musste; hier sei ein knapper Einblick in die Themenvielfalt gegeben:
– Die Bibel ist auch ein sehr beeindruckendes literarisches Werk, in dem Bezüge zu Recht und Gerechtigkeit vielfältig vorkommen. Die sog. Zehn Gebote des Alten Testamentes sind auch eine wichtige Rechtsquelle für moderne Rechtsordnungen, die sich auch dem Naturrecht verpflichtet fühlen.

– Der griechische Philosoph Platon ist ein herausragender Literat, der sich auch in Gleichnissen – etwa dem sog. Höhlengleichnis – der Frage nach der Gerechtigkeit und dem idealen Staat widmet. Der Römer Cicero, der als Schriftsteller, Politiker und Redner tätig gewesen ist, hat diese Thematik aufgegriffen und für die römischen Verhältnisse dargestellt.

– Der Jurist und Politiker Thomas Morus hat mit seinem Bahn brechenden Werk >Utopia< einer Literaturgattung zum Durchbruch verholfen, die bis in die Moderne Bedeutung behalten hat und deren Weiterungen aufgezeigt werden.

– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann und Franz Kafka sind herausragende Dichterjuristen, die es in ihrem lebenslang ausgeübten Beruf als Jurist jeweils zu etwas gebracht haben und sich durch ihre Literatur unsterblich gemacht haben. Es wird gezeigt, wie sie ihr Studium geschafft haben, was sie in ihrem jeweiligen Brotberuf erreicht haben und wie ihre beruflichen Erfahrungen in ihre literarischen Werke Eingang gefunden haben.

– Das Unrechtsregime der Nationalsozialisten hat in einer barbarischen Bücherverbrennung wichtige Literaturwerke zerstört und ihre Autoren geächtet, darunter auch bedeutende Dichterjuristen wie beispielsweise Kurt Tucholsky. Der studentische Widerstand der >Weißen Rose< hat sich vom Unrechtsregime der Nationalsozialisten ebenso wenig einschüchtern lassen wie die verbotenen Autoren: Die Flugblätter der >Weißen Rose< sind gelehrte Literatur und auch juristische Grundsatzdokumente von herausragender Bedeutung.

Empfohlene Literatur
Zum Einstieg: Klaus Kastner: Literatur und Recht - eine unendliche Geschichte, Neue Juristische Wochenschrift (NJW) 2003, S. 609-615. Weitere Hinweise folgen in der Veranstaltung.

ECTS-Informationen
Credits: 4
Zusätzliche Informationen
StudOn-Kurs: http://www.studon.uni-erlangen.de/univis_2014w.Lecture.41234777


Fuente: http://univis.uni-erlangen.de/prg?search=lectures&show=llong&id=41234777&sem=2014w


Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU)