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Dr. Picart is the Series Editor of the Fairleigh Dickinson University Press Series on Law, Culture and the Humanities, and has been recently featured as an author on the Fairleigh Dickinson University Press website.
Dr. Picart’s 19th book was published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing in March 2017. Caroline Joan “Kay” S. Picart, American Self-Radicalizing Terrorists and the Allure of “Jihadi Cool/Chic” (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, March 2017).
Dr. Picart’s 18th book was published with the Fairleigh Dickinson University Press and Rowman and Littlefield in March, 2016. Caroline Joan S. Picart, Michael Hviid Jacobsen, and Cecil Greek, editors, Framing Law and Crime (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press and Rowman and Littlefield, March, 2016).
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Dr. Picart’s 17th book was published with the Fairleigh Dickinson University Press and Rowman and Littlefield in February, 2016. Caroline Joan S. Picart, Law In/As Culture: Intellectual Property, Minority Rights, and the Rights of Indigenous People (Rowman & Littlefield/Fairleigh Dickinson University Press and Rowman and Littlefield, February 2016).
Dr. Picart was an invited speaker at a NATO-sponsored advanced workshop at Jerusalem, Israel in November, 2014.
Dr. Picart, as Adjunct Professor of Law, will be teaching Family Law at the FAMU College of Law in summer, 2017.
Law Review Articles and Articles in Refereed Scholarly Journals:
Law Review Publications:Caroline Joan S. Picart and Marlowe Fox, Assumptions and Unintended Consequences of Florida’s HB 87 and the Foreclosure Crisis: A Pragmatic Analysis, 119 PENN STATE LAW REVIEW, 1 (2014): 93-130.
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Rethinking Resistance: Reflections on the Cultural Lives of Property, Collective Identity, and Intellectual Property, 47 JOHN MARSHALL LAW REVIEW, 4 (2014): 1349-1369.
Refereed Scholarly Journals:
"Jihad Cool/Jihad Chic": The Roles of the Internet and Imagined Relations in the Self-Radicalization of Colleen LaRose (Jihad Jane), Societies, 2015, 5: 354–383.
Nationalities, Histories, Rhetorics: Real/Reel Representations of the Holocaust and Holocaust Trials and a Poethics of Film and Law, Dapim: Studies on the Holocaust, 2015. Vol. 29, No. 2, 1–20 (May, 2015).
Law Conference Presentations:
Caroline Joan S. Picart, Law In and As Culture: American and Australian Aboriginal Case Studies in Copyright Law, Association for the Study of Law, Culture and the Humanities, Stanford University Law School, March 31, 2017. Dr. Picart also organized and chaired the Panel on: “FDU Press Book Series on Law, Culture & Humanities: Searching for/Symbolizing Justice and Law in Artistic, Literary, Constitutional and Architectural Narratives,” of which the above-mentioned paper is part.
Toward a Poethics in Film and Law: Documenting Real/Reel Representations of the Holocaust and Holocaust Trials, Association for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington DC, March 6-7, 2015.
Dr. Picart passed the July 2013 Florida Bar Exams and was sworn in by Judge Robert Roundtree, Chief Judge of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida on September 27, 2013 in Gainesville, Florida.
Dr. Picart's 16th book was published with Palgrave Press in November 2013. Caroline Joan S. Picart, Critical Race Theory and Copyright in American Dance: Whiteness as Status Property (Palgrave-Macmillan, November 2013).
Dr. Picart's 15th book was published by Palgrave Press in July 2012. Caroline Joan S. Picart and John Edgar Browning, authors and eds., Speaking of Monsters: A Teratological Anthology (Palgrave-Macmillan, July 2012). (Purchase on Amazon)
January 2013 issue of Choice (the review publication of the ALA):
Picart and Browning's book is a learned and, in places, intriguing study of monsters, with an emphasis on motion pictures, by established authorities in various fields. The editors divide the pieces more or less evenly into seven sections: “General Theories of Monstrosity” (five essays, including an extract from Stephen Prince's “Dread, Taboo and The Thing,” first published in Wide Angle, 1988); “Teratologies of Nationality and Race” (three essays); “In between Fear and Desire” (three); “Queer Theory and Boundary Crossings” (two essays, one of them Judith [Jack] Halberstam's “Seed of Chucky: Transbiology and the Horror Flick”); “Criminology, Law, and Teratologies: Between the Real and the Reel” (four essays); “The Biological Monstrous and Gender: The Human-Animal-Machine Divides” (four); and “ Teratologies and Ethics” (three, e.g., an extract from Dominick LaCapra's “Reopening the Question of the Human and the Animal”). The varied choice of authors and subjects leaves nothing to be desired. In addition, a 14-page bibliography, a 13-page index, and notes on contributors add an appropriate finish to this valuable resource. Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates, graduate students, researchers/faculty, and professionals. -- R. Blackwood, emeritus, City Colleges of Chicago
Dr. Picart delivered a paper, "Theorizing Resistance in Relation to Copyright and Choreography," at the 2013 LatCrit Conference in Chicago on October 5, 2013.
Newly Published and Forthcoming Law Review Articles:
Caroline Joan S. Picart, Cross Cultural Negotiations and International Intellectual Property Law: Attempts to Work Across Cultural Clashes Between Indigenous Peoples and Majoritarian Cultures, 23 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INTERDISCIPLINARY LAW JOURNAL 1, (January 2014), 37-65.
Caroline Joan S. Picart and Marlowe Fox), Beyond Unbridled Optimism and Fear: Indigenous Peoples, Intellectual Property, Human Rights and the Globalization of Traditional Knowledge and Expressions of Folklore (Part II), 16 INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY LAW REVIEW 2 (March 2014), 3-37.
Caroline Joan S. Picart and Marlowe Fox, Assumptions and Unintended Consequences of Florida’s HB 87 and the Foreclosure Crisis: A Pragmatic Analysis, 119 PENN STATE LAW REVIEW, 1 (November, 2014), 93-130.
Caroline Joan S. Picart, Rethinking Resistance: Reflections on the Cultural Lives of Property, Collective Identity, and Intellectual Property, 47 JOHN MARSHALL LAW REVIEW, 4 (November, 2014), 1349-1369.
Law Book Chapters:
Caroline Joan S. Picart, “The Radicalization of American Lone Wolves in Real/Reel Worlds: Strategically Mapping the Role of the Internet, and Beyond, in the Cases of Colleen LaRose (Jihad Jane) and the Tsarnaev Brothers (the Boston Marathon Bombers),” Lone Actors – An Emerging Security Threat, NATO Science for Peace and Security Studies E: Human and Societal Dynamics, Volume 123, Aaron Richman and Yair Sharan, eds. (The Netherlands: IOS Press, 2015), pp. 58-74.
Dr. Picart’s Recent and Forthcoming Publications in Communications, Film and Sociology:
2013 – Dr. Picart was awarded the Book Awards for Human Rights and Globalization (for Spring 2013).
2013 — Dr. Picart was awarded the Book Awards for Art Law and Cross-Cultural Legal Counseling for Summer 2012.
2013 — Dr. Picart successfully defended her Master of Arts thesis (as part of a joint Juris Doctor of Law and Master of Arts in Women's Studies) on February 7, 2013.
2013 — Dr. Picart exhibited 6 works at the University of Florida Art Law Society Student and Faculty Exhibit, March 2013
Caroline Joan (Kay) S. Picart, "Attempting to Go Beyond Forgetting: The Legacy of the Tokyo IMT and Crimes of Violence Against Women as a Military Strategy," University of Pennsylvania's East Asia Law Review, January, 2012 (available at: http://www.pennealr.com/archive/vol7.html). This essay was nominated for the International Law Student Association Best Essay Award
Caroline Joan S. Picart, “A Tango between Copyright and Critical Race Theory: Whiteness as Status Property in Balanchine’s Ballets, Fuller’s Serpentine Dance and Graham’s Modern Dances,” (Yeshiva University) 18 Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender 101 (April 2012), http://www.cardozolawandgender.com/uploads/2/7/7/6/2776881/picart_formatted.pdf
Caroline Joan S. Picart, ”Colloquium Proceedings: Critical Pedagogy, Race/Gender & Intellectual Property” 48 California Western Law Review 493 (April 2012). http://www.cwsl.edu/main/default.asp?nav=journals.asp&body=journals/current_issue_LR.asp
2012 — Dr. Picart was awarded the Book Awards (given to the top student) for: American Legal Thought, European and International Copyright, International Trade Law, Trade and Human Rights. She was also a part of the Dean's List.
Dr. Picart was Editor-in-Chief of the Florida Journal of International Law (2011-2012), and co-edited FJIL Issues 23.1, 23.2; 24.2; Editor-in-Chief of FJIL Issues 23.3; 24.1, thus bringing the journal back on schedule.
Dr. Picart was Communications Executive and Former Articles Editor and Research Editor for the Journal of Technology Law and Policy (2010-2012). As Articles Editor, she filled the JTLP Spring 2011 issue in two and a half months.
Dr. Picart was invited to present her research at a recent law conference: Works in Progress: “Exotic” Whiteness as Status Property in Fuller’s Skirt Dance and Graham’s Modern Dances, Latino and Latina Critical Theory (LatCrit) XVI, San Diego, CA, Oct. 8, 2011. She was one of twenty students nationally invited to present at LatCrit XVI.
John Edgar Browning and Caroline Joan (Kay) Picart,
Browning, John Edgar and Caroline Joan (Kay) Picart, Eds. David J. Skal, Forward. Draculas, Vampires, and Other Undead Forms: Essays on Gender, Race and Culture Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, May 2009.
Caroline J.S. Picart, "Copyright, Choreography and Critical Race Theory: Whiteness as Status Property in Balanchine's Ballets," Arizona State University Law Review blog, April 14, 2011. Arizona State University Law Review article.
Dr. Picart published a co-authored book review with Marlowe Fox, of Marouf A. Hasian, Jr.'s Rhetorical Vectors of Memory in National and International Holocaust Trials (East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press, 2006), Southern Journal of Communication, Vol. 76, No. 3, July-August 2011.
Dr. Picart contributed 10 encyclopedia entries to: Graphic Horror: Movie Monster Memories. Ed. John Edgar Browning. Foreword David J. Skal. Afterword Chelsea Quinn Yarbro. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Books, expected 2011 (purchase on Amazon).
2012 — Art Law Society 2012 Exhibit, Legal Information Center, University of Florida Levin College of Law, March 2012
Dr. Picart taught a Master Class on Ballroom Dance with Valdosta State University, Valdosta, GA in March 2012.
Azalea International Folk Festival Dance Competition (AIFF Dance Competition), 2012
Dr. Picart was a 3L Representative to the Honor Committee, University of Florida Levin College of Law.
Dr. Picart taught a Master Class in Ballroom Dance at the Valdosta State University Dance Department on March 4, 2011.
Dr. Picart booked (was awarded the top slot) for a Seminar on Race, Law, Justice, in Fall 2010.
Dr. Picart made the Dean's List at the University of Florida Levin College of Law for Fall 2010.
2011 Dr. Picart taught a Master Class in Ballroom with Santa Fe College
Dr. Picart co-edited Issue 23.1 of the Florida Journal of International Law, June 2011.
Dr. Picart teaches Intermediate-Advanced Ballroom Classes with Gainesville Dance Association.
2011 "7th Annual Student and Faculty Art Show Reception,"
2011 Dr. Picart was part of a panel of distinguished dance judges at the Azalea International Folk Fair World Dance Competition in Valdosta, GA.
Dr. Picart taught "Introduction to Ballroom", Spring 2011, at the Gainesville Health and Fitness Center
Dr. Picart taught a Starke Country Club Ballroom Dance Class, January 2011
Dr. Picart taught a UCG Ballroom Class, January 2011
Elected 2L Honor Committee, University of Florida Levin College of Law
Dr. Picart taught "Introduction to Ballroom", Fall 2010, at the Gainesville Health and Fitness Center
New Book Forthcoming:
John Edgar Browning and Caroline Joan (Kay) Picart,
Invited Student Member, James C. Adkins Inn of Court, 2010
Dr. Picart has been awarded a Florida Bar Foundation Law Fellowship for summer, 2010. http://www.flabarfndn.org/grant-programs/
Invited Board Member, University of Florida Friends of Theater and Dance, 2010
Member, Florida Journal of International Law, University of Florida Levin College of Law
Junior Research Editor, Journal of Technology Law and Policy, University of Florida, Levin College of Law
A new review is out on Monsters In and Among Us is here.
Dr. Picart was part of a panel of distinguished dance judges at the Azalea International Folk Fair World Dance Competition in Valdosta, GA, March 6, 2010.
LSU recognizes Dracula: The Sourcebook, A Guide to Film and Television, Comic Books and Video Gaming" here.
Dr. Picart has been elected as a 1L Representative to the University of Florida Levin College of Law Honor Committee: http://www.law.ufl.edu/flalawonline/2009/10192009/
Picart, Caroline Joan (Kay) S., &lquo;Troping the Tropics: Reflections on Nietzsche's Geophilosophy and t"he Philippine Rice Terraces," ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, Volume 9, Issue 1, 2010, pp. 72-80. Final Proof (PDF) Link to article.
Caroline Joan (Kay) S. Picart. (2010). “Beyond Dancing with the Stars : Sexual Sports Rhetoric in Competitive
Ballroom Dance.” In Fuller, Linda K. (Ed.), Sexual Sport Rhetoric: Global and Universal Contexts, pp. 57-68. New York: Peter Lang.
Browning, John Edgar and Caroline Joan (Kay) Picart, Eds. David J. Skal, Forward. Draculas, Vampires, and Other Undead Forms: Essays on Gender, Race and Culture Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, May, 2009.
Dr. Picart has launched a new website for The Dr. Caroline “Kay” Picart Show!