The London South Bank University, School of Law and Social Sciences, hosts the 6th annual London Conference in Critical Thought (LCCT) June 30 to July 1, 2017. Organizers invite stream proposals by Jan. 9, 2017.
There is no pre-determined theme for the conference. Instead, we encourage people to apply to organise thematic streams which attract responses from across disciplines. Stream proposals form the basis of our call for papers, and as such, are at the heart of the academic tone and content of each year’s conference.
We welcome submissions that seek to stimulate a range of cross disciplinary responses. Our definition of critical thought is not prescriptive, however we encourage proposals which seek to identify a problematic that is non-specialist in the sense that it would be open to interdisciplinary engagement. Previous streams have been on diverse topics such as: New Materialisms; Dissenting Methods; Transdisciplinary Law and Culture; Radical Transfeminism; The Politics and Practice of “Just Making Things”; Re-thinking Political Violence; Memory and Law; Eating as Encounter; Legacies of the Immaterial in the Arts and Practice.