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The academic year 2020/21 saw the launch of the Art, Architecture and International Law seminar series. The series is designed to bridge the worlds of art, architecture and international law. It explores the different ways in which art and architecture and international law intersect. It also demonstrates that international law exists well beyond the written word.

Easter Term 2022

Tuesday 10 May 2022 - Dr Sofia Stolk: move, see, listen, imagine international law (or not) (16 mins 28 secs)

Lent Term 2022

Tuesday 8 March 2022 - Dr Isobel Roele: Picturing Peace: Per Krohg’s painting in the UN Security Council chamber (postponed)

Lent Term 2021

Tuesday 4 May 2021 - Fagbayibo, Babatunde: Choral Intervention: Situating the Role of Music in Reshaping International Law in Africa  (40 mins 39 secs)

Tuesday 16 February 2021 - Miles, Kate: Visual International Law and Imperialism: Painting and Building Universality and Authority (60 mins 3 secs)

Michaelmas Term 2020

Wednesday 18 November 2020 - Mann, Itmar & Heller, Charles: From Investigating to Litigating Border Violence at Sea (no recording available)