#VIRTUALSLSA2020 Poster Exhibition
The SLSA Poster Competition has been a key feature of the Annual Conference since it was introduced in 2012, at the Annual Conference hosted by the University of York. Every year, Wiley publishing offer a £100 book voucher as a prize for the winner of the Poster Competition. Details and past winners can be found here.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, the 2020 Annual Conference due to be hosted by Portsmouth University was unfortunately cancelled. Therefore, the SLSA is hosting an online exhibition of the posters that would have been presented at this conference. We are also pleased to announce that Wiley publishing have kindly agreed to still offer the prize for the winner, which will be announced shortly. We encourage our community to actively engage with the posters, to ensure that presenters are able to disseminate their research and access feedback in the same way as if they had presented their poster in-person. By clicking on the links below, it is possible to enlarge and examine each poster, as well as provide comments and discussion.
- ‘Keep Exploring, Canada’, Sahar Shah (University of Warwick)
- ‘What Does Disability Look Like? Personal Independence Payments, Invisible Disability and Performing Disabled Identities’, Alexandra Murray (Open University)
- ‘”I am Free from the Conflict Now, but I Do Not Feel Free”: The Experiences of Child Soldiers in Northern Uganda’, Jassi Sandhar (University of Bristol)
- ‘The Principle of Humanity: A Beacon of Hope in the Modern ‘Fog of War’’, Ciara Finnegan (Maynooth University)
- ‘Affect Theory and Gender Diversity in the Irish Judiciary’, Caoimhe Kiernan (Technological University Dublin)
- ‘Cruel to be Kind? Criminalising Animal Hoarding’, Corrina Lewis (University of Liverpool)
- ‘Gender Imbalance in Brazilian Appellate Courts and Fair Trial: A Socio-Legal Investigation’, Daniela Travaglia (University of Birmingham)
- ‘Engaging with Human Rights in Health Technology Assessments’, Luciano Bottini Filho (University of Bristol)