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"LAW AND NEW MEDIA", édité par Christian Delage, Peter Goodrich et Marco Wan

"LAW AND NEW MEDIA", édité par Christian Delage, Peter Goodrich et Marco Wan

Christian DELAGE
Claire DEMOULIN
Antoine ROCIPON
Thibault GUICHARD

Issu d'un colloque organisé à New York en 2016 par la Cardozo law School (New York), la Faculty of Law de l'université Honk Kong et l'Institut d'histoire du temps présent, ce livre contient des contributions de trois doctorant.es de l'IHTP : Claire Demoulin, Thibault Guichard et Antoine Rocipon.

PRESENTATION

In this volume, international specialists from new and established domains of law, media, film and virtual studies address the emergence of the jurist in the era of digital transmission. Examining the jurisprudence of new visual technologies – from the cinema of the early twentieth century to the social media of our own time – this volume explores the multiple intersections of these visual technologies and the law from the theoretical insight they generate to the nature of law to the impact they have on doctrinal development.

Part One tracks the media, the technologies and apparatuses of modern law. It looks specifically at the acoustics of architecture, emblematic texts, films of trials, the prohibition of cameras in courtrooms and the rules of contempt, televised reporting of law, and the multiple fora and chat rooms of Facebook, vblogs, #hashtag law and the mobile-optimised web. Part Two examines the jurisprudential questions raised by new visual and virtual reality technologies of the 21st century. Will social media lead to social law? The force of legal remediation? Virtual courts and online judges? Paperless trials? Electronic discovery? All of these developments impact how we conceive of the practice of law.

KEY FEATURES

  • Includes an international range of contributions and coverage, from the United States and Europe to the Middle East and China
  • Presents a firm historical foundation for considering the connections between law and new forms of media
  • Includes a range of contributions from established scholars and promising new voices in the field
  • Examines a wide range of new media, from online platforms to virtual reality

CONTRIBUTORS

Michele Castaneda, Brown University

Emanuele Coccia, EHSS Paris

Christian Delage, Université Paris 8 & Director of IHTP

Claire Demoulin, Université Paris 8 & IHTP

Daniela Gandorfer, Princeton University

Peter Goodrich, Cardozo Law and NYU Abu Dhabi

Thibaud Guichard, Université Paris 8

Christopher Hutton, University of Hong Kong

William MacNeil, Southern Cross University

Antoine Rocipon, Université Paris 8 & IHTP

Raja Sakrani, University of Bonn

Laurent de Sutter, University of Brussels

Marco Wan, University of Hong Kong

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1 Introduction: West of Everything
Christian Delage, Peter Goodrich and Marco Wan

Part I: Heading West

2. The Aesthetics of ‘Convivencia’. Visualising a Mode of Living Together in Al Andalus
Raja Sakrani

3. Auriculation
Peter Goodrich

4. Pasteur (William Dieterle, 1936): A Transmedia Pioneering Role in Health Imagery and Sanitary Public Policies
Claire Demoulin

5. Souvenir, Fiction, Imaginary. Times of Fascism in The Conformist by Alberto Moravia and Bernardo Bertolucci
Thibault Guichard

6. The Law of the Father and The Order of Time: Charles Laughton’s The Night of the Hunter
Christian Delage

7. The Litigating Dead: Zombie Jurisprudence in The Walking Dead, World War Z and The Rising William MacNeil

8. Lifestyle: How to Become an Image
Emanuele Coccia

Part II: New Frontiers of Jurisprudence

9. Virtual Judges in Immigrant Detention: The Mise en Scène of No-show Justice
Michelle Castaneda

10. Facebook and the (Legal) Personality of Animals
Christopher Hutton

11. Moral Choices and Legal Norms in Videogames and Interactive Film
Antoine Rocipon

12. Synesthetic Law. Or, How VR Teaches Us to Perceive Law Differently
Daniela Gandorfer

13. Visual Advocacy: The Case of Same-sex Marriage
Marco Wan

14. Kamikaze Law: On the Aesthetics of the Legal War on Terror
Laurent De Sutter