GLaD research presentations


Sean Mulcahy, ‘Performing the law: On performance-based legal research methodologies’, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Conference, 8–10 December 2021.

Kate Seear and Sean Mulcahy, ‘Forging new habits: Critical drugs scholarship as an otherwise to rights’, After Rights? Politics, Ethics, Aesthetics Workshop, University of Sussex, United Kingdom, 10 November 2021.

Kate Seear and Sean Mulcahy, ‘Critical analysis of human rights approaches to alcohol and other drugs in Australia’, Sixth Coimbra International Conference on Human Rights: A Transdisciplinary Approach, University of Coimbra, Portugal, 12–14 October 2021.

Kate Seear, ‘Addressing alcohol and other drug-related stigma: Where to next?’, La Trobe School of Psychology and Public Health Seminar Series, La Trobe University, Melbourne, 15 September 2021.

Kate Seear, ‘Against elimination? Legal veridiction and the elusive struggle for a post–hepatitis C world’, Melbourne Law School Legal Theory Workshop, University of Melbourne, 10 September 2021.

Sean Mulcahy, ‘Digital legal performance and the kinesphere in the era of coronavirus’, Critical Legal Conference, University of Dundee, Scotland, 2 September 2021.

Kate Seear, ‘Making addicts: Critical reflections from lawyers and judges on cases involving alcohol and other drugs’, Rethinking criminal responsibility symposium: emerging perspectives in mental health, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatry, Faculty of Forensic Psychiatry and the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, Melbourne, 7 August 2021.

Kate Seear, ‘Pinning endometriosis down: The need for ontopolitically oriented research’, Endometriosis Social Research Network International Symposium, 20 July 2021.

Kate Seear, ‘Menstrual stigma, collateral realities and reform’, Tax Symposium: Critical Junctures/Critical Perspectives – A call for new voices in tax reform, Centre for Commercial Law and Regulatory Studies (CLARS), Monash Law School, Monash University, Melbourne, 15–16 July 2021.

Kate Seear, ‘Hepatitis C imaginaries: Findings from a new study on stigma, discrimination and post-cure lives’, 12th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference, Brisbane and Sydney, 30 May–1 June 2021.

Emily Lenton, ‘Hepatitis C testing and gaining informed consent: Taking stock and innovating for the future’, 12th Australasian Viral Hepatitis Conference, Brisbane and Sydney, 30 May–1 June 2021.

Kate Seear, ‘Alcohol and other drugs, the law and mandatory treatment’, Panel Discussion, 5th International Medicine in Addiction Conference: Connecting the Disconnected, Royal Australia College of General Practitioners, Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists and the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, 26–28 February 2021.