Law, Society and Popular Culture
Two students had articles published in respected law journals
7 March 2011
Merima Bruncevic (2005 graduate), now a doctoral researcher at the University of Gothenburg who gave an excellent Centre Seminar in November (see November 2010 news) has published ‘The Lost Mural of Bruno Schulz: A Critical Legal Perspective on Control, Access to and Ownership of Art’ in Law and Critique and Claudia Roggero (2010 graduate) has published a piece comparing audience perception of sexual violence in two films, Straw dogs and Irreversible, in the Entertainment Law Review. Congratulations to both.
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