Listening for Law

Bronze statue of woman with law scales
Fellow Project Academic Year

Hannah's work “Listening for Law” is conceived through the five discrete features of legal grammar: relationality, hierarchy, temporality, simultaneity and predictivity. It cultivates in readers a critical disposition toward anticipating how law’s underlying structures enable and/or delimit the aims of their work, thus activating them as both critics and agents of law’s constitutive nature.

Fellow Project Principal Investigator

Mark Hannah

Mark Hannah, Director of Writing, Rhetorics and Literacies; Associate Professor, English