LCH provides access to interdisciplinary legal materials in our bibliographies and syllabus archive, along with podcasts and related links
In 2011, the librarians of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas William S. Boyd School of Law produced a bibliography of books written or edited by association members; and in 2020, the librarians of Quinnipiac University School of Law updated that bibliography with books or articles published in edited collections by our 2020 members since 2011. You can find the bibliography here.
LCH hosted a podcast from 2010–2013, covering events related to law, culture, and the humanities. We no longer create new podcasts, but provide an archive below.
FROM THE OVERMAN TO THE POSTHUMAN: HOW MANY ENDS?
BY CATHERINE MALABOU
2013 LCH Conference Plenary (delivered in absentia by Professor Jon Goldberg-Hiller) , Birkbeck School of Law, London, UK 22/04/2013
ANATOMIES OF TORTURE: CIA BLACK SITES AND REDACTED BODIES
BY JOSEPH PUGLIESE
Keynote Address from LCH’s 2011 Annual Conference, “boundaries and enemies”, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law, 3/11/2011
LAW, COURTESY, HYPOCRISY: A CONVERSATION ON KEITYH BYBEE’S “ALL JUDGES ARE POLITICAL EXCEPT WHEN THEY ARE NOT”
BY CHARLES GEYH, SUSAN SILBEY, KEITH BYBEE
Angela S. Cooney Colloquium on Law and the Humanities Syracuse University College of Law, 10/15/2010
WHAT IS POSTHUMANISM? BIOPOLITICS AND CRITICAL ANIMAL STUDIES
BY CARY WOLFE
Angela S. Cooney Colloquium on Law and the Humanities, Syracuse University College of Law and Humanities Center, 4/29/2010