Legal Object Workshop 2017: How to apply

Kent Law School is pleased to offer up to 10 funded places to attend the first Legal Object Workshop at the British Museum (London) on Friday 10 March 2017 10:00 – 16:00.
For updated information on the progress of the Workshop please see this page.
The workshop is coordinated by Amanda Perry-Kessaris with Lisa Dickson, Luis Eslava, RoseParfitt and Sophie Vigneron who will be allocating the funded places by competitive selection based on applicants’ object proposals (instructions below).
Preference will be given to doctoral and early career researchers.
During the workshop participants will present, discuss and reproduce an object in which they can identify significance for their legal research.
Following the workshop participants will produce an object commentary for online publication.
This event is part of the Legal Treasure Project at Kent Law School.
To apply for a funded place
1. Choose an item from the British Museum collection
·       check item ‘location’ to ensure it is currently on display at the British Mueseum
·       note the item URL
·       consider this sociolegal object resource page
2. Answer the following questions on ONE A4 page
[Helvetica 11 pt, 2 cm margins, include questions as headings]
·       What is your name, email address + affiliation?
·       What is your chosen item name + URL?
·       What is your current research question?
·       How could you use your chosen item to answer your current research question?
·       What research benefits / limitations might be associated with using museum collections in this way?
3. Submit by 17:00 GMT Monday 26 September 2016 to legaltreasure@kent.ac.uk
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