In a previous blog I looked at four films (two double bills) whose themes for the comparatist were, first, the notion of persona and, secondly, the confrontation between cultures. In this third double bill I would like to suggest two Hollywood movies from the 1940s whose plots are very different at one level but, at … Continue reading Geoffrey Samuel – Cinema and Law – ten films for the Comparatist? (2) – Out of the Past and Letter From an Unknown Woman
The editor has kindly invited me to make contributions to this excellent BACL site and I must start by thanking not just John Bell, who has of course reported here on what I call ‘My Saturday’ (see Professor John Bell’s blog), but all the contributors to the event in Paris organised by my colleague Dr … Continue reading Geoffrey Samuel – Cinema and Law – ten films for the Comparatist?
On March 8th 2017, the Centre for Law and Society in a Global Context (CLSGC) hosted a workshop on “Comparative Law and Interdisciplinarity” at the Queen Mary University of London. This workshop was organised by Professors Mark Van Hoecke (Queen Mary) and Maurice Adams (University of Tilburg). It launched a series of lectures dedicated to … Continue reading Comparative Law and Interdisciplinarity