Sunday, March 23, 2014

Pitching to peers

PhD students pitch their project to their peers


Saturday, March 15, 2014

Global business, Local Law

These are visualisations created in 2014 of my findings published in Perry-Kessaris (2008) Global Business, Local Law: The Indian legal system as a communal resource in foreign investment relations Ashgate.

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Graphic rights

Centre for Urban Pedagogy
The Centre for Urban Pedagogy in New York City helps artists, designers, educators, activists, and researchers collaborate to produce accessible graphic information about the rights of city-dwellers.

Activity: Download the .pdf of Vendor Power by Candy Chang. What information may have been excluded in order to make the design clear? What legal issue would you like to see in graphic form?
Centre for Urban Pedagogy

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Friday, March 14, 2014

The legal life of a t-shirt

Photo courtesy Planet Money

Planet Money, an accessible economics podcast from National Public Radio (USA), recently explored the multilayered economic life of a t-shirt by making one.

In so doing they also exposed a wide range of legal issues: from copyright, to the dispute resolution system of the WTO, to gender equality in Bangladesh. 

Activity: Explore the project app and listen to the podcast episodes. Draw a map or timeline of visual communication of the legal life of the t-shirt. Share it. 

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