Art, Architecture and International Law seminar series

Created: 2021-02-23 09:23
Institution: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law
Description: The Art, Architecture and International Law seminar series was launched in the academic year 2020/2021. 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.
Website: https://www.lcil.cam.ac.uk/lectures-events/art-architecture-international-law-seminar-series
 

Media items

This collection contains 4 media items.

  •  

Media items

CUArb/LCIL Lecture Series: 'Maritime arbitration, the LMAA and the Suez Canal/Ever Given case study'

   17 views

Ian Gaunt – Arbitrator, LMAA Past President

Clive Aston – Arbitrator, LMAA Past President

Collection: Art, Architecture and International Law seminar series

Institution: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law

Created: Mon 21 Jun 2021


Evening Lecture: 'Choral Intervention: Situating the Role of Music in Reshaping International Law in Africa' - Prof...

   27 views

This lecture is is part of the Art, Architecture and International Law seminar series which is being launched this academic year. The series is designed to bridge the worlds of...

Collection: Art, Architecture and International Law seminar series

Institution: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law

Created: Thu 6 May 2021


Evening lecture: Visual International Law and Imperialism: Painting and Building Universality and Authority - Dr Kate...

   53 views

Lecture summary: Visual international law tells stories. Image and art supporting imperialism in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries also projected the authority, legitimacy,...

Collection: Art, Architecture and International Law seminar series

Institution: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law

Created: Tue 23 Feb 2021


LCIL Friday Lecture: 'Unconventional Lawmaking in the Offshore Energy Sector: Flexibilities and Weaknesses of the...

   0 views

Offshore exploitation of oil and gas started in the 1930s and thousands of installations are distributed around the world. Offshore installations threaten the environment, not...

Collection: Art, Architecture and International Law seminar series

Institution: Lauterpacht Centre for International Law

Created: Mon 10 May 2021