“Forensic Cultures” is an international online conference on the critical study of forensic cultures: the entanglements between legal frameworks, forensic institutes, technology and culture. The conference aims to explore different forensic cultures through a critical review of its constituting components and through different lenses, such as science and technology studies, praxiography, new materialism, history of knowledge, cultural theory, critical legal studies, and gender and queer theory. The conference is part of the ERC-Consolidator project FORCE, “Forensic Cultures in Europe, 1930-2000”, headed by HHH member Willemijn Ruberg.
Information on the conference is on the Utrecht University website.
Read more about the research project in this HHH column by Volha Parfenchyk