Representations of Women in International Law, 3rd September 2014, 2-6pm, Faculty of Law, University of Vienna, Lecture room 14 (basement)

2:00pm -3:30pm: Panel 1: Representations

  • Screening International Criminal Justice : What Part do Women Play ?, Anne Lagerwall, Université Libre de Bruxelles,
  • Representations of Women in International Criminal Tribunals, Caterine Arrabal-Ward, Glasgow Caledonian University
  • Spectacles of Justice: Gender Crimes in Law and on Screen, Keina Yoshida, London School of Economics
  • International Law, Human Trafficking, Everydayness : exploring the ‘dark background of mere givenness’, Siobhan Mullally University College Cork

3:30-3:45pm: Break

3:45-5:00pm: Panel 2: Representatives

  • A Woman First: Examining the Legacy of the Diplomat, Lawyer and Academic Patricia Roberts Harris, Ursula Tracy Doyle, Northern Kentucky University
  • The Ideas of Women, Wendy Guns, Open University, the Netherlands
  • Women as State Representatives in Sweden: A feminist Party entering Parliament in 2014, Katarina Jansson, Stockholm Arbitration and Litigation Center

5:00-5:15: Break

5:15-6:00pm: Idea Sharing: Future Plans for the Interest Group

Paper for discussion: Mentorship and Women in International Law Careers

Cheah Wui Ling, National University of Singapore and Emily Linnea Mahoney, Electronic Frontier Foundation.

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