James Parker
James Parker
Melbourne Law School
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Acoustic jurisprudence: Listening to the trial of Simon Bikindi
JEK Parker
Oxford University Press, 2015
742015
The soundscape of justice
J Parker
Griffith Law Review 20 (4), 962-993, 2011
362011
Towards an acoustic jurisprudence: Law and the long range acoustic device
JEK Parker
Law, Culture and the Humanities 14 (2), 202-218, 2018
192018
Sonic lawfare: On the jurisprudence of weaponised sound
JEK Parker
Sound Studies 5 (1), 72-96, 2019
132019
Gavel
JEK Parker
International Law’s Objects, 214-224, 2018
72018
Eavesdropping: A Reader
J Parker, J Stern
52019
‘The Musicology of Justice: Simon Bikindi and Incitement to Genocide at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’
J Parker
The Soundtrack of Conflict: The Role of Musioc in Radio Broadcasting in …, 2013
52013
Simon Reynolds, Retromania and the Atemporality of Contemporary'Pop'
J Parker
Discipline 2, 156-164, 2012
52012
how are you today by the Manus Recording Project Collective
J Parker, J Stern
Law Text Culture 24 (1), 1, 2020
32020
How to run a writing workshop? On the cultivation of scholarly ethics in ‘global’legal education
M Chiam, S Pahuja, JEK Parker
Australian Feminist Law Journal 44 (2), 289-302, 2018
32018
Spirited away: Asylum law and the institutional violence of legal discourse
J Parker
Law Text Culture 11, 231, 2007
32007
Forensic Listening in Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s Saydnaya (The Missing 19db)
J Parker
Index Journal 2, 145-168, 2020
22020
Introduction: Sounding Justice in Pandemic Times
J Parker, S Ramshaw, M San Roque
Law Text Culture, 2020
2020
Contents & Introduction, Law Text Culture, volume 24
J Parker, S Ramshaw, M San Roque
Law Text Culture 24 (1), 1-8, 2020
2020
The Trouble with Contemporary Music Criticism
J Parker, N Croggon
How to Write About Music, 2015
2015
Spirited away: institutionality, the IRB and the case of Maliny Victoria Jesurasa
J Parker
2008
Listening about law in the sonic arts: John Cage’s 4’33” and Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s Saydnaya (the missing 19dB)
JEK Parker
Routledge Handbook of International Law and the Humanities, 104-118, 0
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