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Can the Clitoris Speak? Understanding the High Court’s current deliberation on the constitution of the clitoris.

[icon name=”home” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Speaking otherwise – representation, repression, regression Panel Home Associate Professor Juliet Rogers University of Melbourne In June 2019 the High Court of Australia heard...

How are you today: What can we hear beyond crisis, sound, and the carceral on Manus? (PANEL HOME)

Dr James Parker University of Melbourne Dr Emma Russell La Trobe University Dr Poppy de Souza Griffith University André Dao (Panel Chair) University of Melbourne Since 2013, nearly two thousand men have been indefinitely detained on Manus Island by the Australian...

Images of ‘evil’ and ‘hell’: International Law and Argentina’s 1983 Truth Commission

Valeria Vázquez Guevara University of Melbourne Law School This paper examines how the literary trope of ‘evil’ and ‘hell’ have been used in the final report of Argentina’s 1983 truth commission, a memoir and legal-political history book by Carlos Nino (Argentine...