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interview with juliet brough rogers





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inquiring into her recent work around the
meaning and practice of resistance, this
conversation works through love’s relation to
law and sovereignty, to mourning and to the
possibility and paradox of falling.



dr juliet brough rogers is a senior lecturer in
criminology in the school of political sciences
at the university of melbourne, and is a fellow
at the scuola superiore di studi umanistici,
university of bologna, italy. roger’s research
areas include psychoanalytic examinations of
remorse, torture and the law, and in 2013 she
published law’s cut on the body of human
rights: female circumcision, torture and sacred
flesh
. prior to her academic career she was a
therapist in the trauma field and a youth
worker in the community sector.

this event was held on tuesday 10th may as part
of next wave festival, in a collingwood lounge
room.