Sisyphus and the Present : Time in Modern and Digital Legalities


As part of the conference series “Law and Literature: Literary Representations of Legal Identities and Transcriptions”, we invite you to the conference “Sisyphus and the Present : Time in Modern and Digital Legalities” presented by Pr Kieran Tranter (School of Law, Queensland University of Technology).



Pr Kieran Tranter is the Chair of Law, Technology and Future in the School of Law. Kieran joined the School of Law, Queensland University of Technology in 2019 and is the founding General Editor of Law, Technology and Humans. He is coordinator of the Datafication and Automation of Human Life Stream in the School of Law and co-lead of the Technologies of Justice stream in the QUT Centre for Justice.

Kieran researches law, technology and the future. Drawing upon legal studies, the humanities and the social sciences, he charts how humans legislate, live with, and are changed by technology. In researching law, technology and the future his research often engages with cultural narratives that connect humans, law and technology and past configurations of humans, law and technology. The goal of his research is to guide and shape humanity’s technological future to be better than its technological past.



This content has been updated on 3 March 2022 at 11 h 48 min.