Technologies of Law and Religion: Representation, Objects and Agency

Information regarding the international symposium at Monash University Prato Centre in June 2016 will be published at this website as it becomes available.

14 March: Call for papers closed
21 March: Decision on participants
21-25 March: Participants notified and interim program published

9 am Monday 13 June to 5pm Wednesday 15 June: SYMPOSIUM IN PRATO
Participants are advised to arrive Sunday evening to avoid a late start on Monday.
You will find information about travel to Prato, and accommodation in the city at the bottom of the Monash Prato Centre website. Participants will make their own travel and accommodation arrangements.

The event is free to invited parrticipants.
Please note that no funding is available for any participants' travel or accommodation expenses. Please ensure that you or your institution can cover the cost of travel to Prato in Italy.

The organisers are intending to publish a selection of these papers in a journal special edition, or edited book. Proposals submitted by authors unable to travel to Prato (who have been notified) may also be considered, depending on the format of the publication and space available.

For further information that is not available on this website please contact:
Dr Nadirsyah Hosen PhD at  or Dr Richard Mohr at 

More information on the Monash University Prato Centre, and Prato itself, is available here.

This event is being organised by the Faculty of Law, Monash University, Australia in collaboration with IRSIG-CNR (Research Institute on Judicial Systems), Bologna, Italy; CES (Centre for Social Studies), University of Coimbra, Portugal; Social Research, Policy and Planning Pty Ltd, Australia; and CIRCe (Interdepartmental Research Centre on Communications), University of Turin, Italy.