Assoc Prof BlackAdjunct Associate Professorat Griffith University
C.F. Black is an Intellectual Explorer travelling through both cyberspace and the ethereal legal world of the oldest traditions of the world. And now off into outer space research. Her burgeoning creative writings include short stories, political plays, poetry, and sci fi fantasy novels for youth. Her art, photography and performance have been exhibited in New York, Beijing, Denver, and various cities in Australia. Her most recent involvement being part of a digital Ensayo Collectives Summer Residency at the New York Museum of Contemporary Art. She is a descendant of the indigenous Yugambeh-speaking peoples of South East Queensland, Australia. Her major publications include A Mosaic of Indigenous Legal Thought: Legendary Tales and Other Writings (Routledge,2017) and The Land is the Source of the Law: A Dialogic Encounter with an Indigenous Jurisprudence (Routledge, 2011). Much of her work including her articles and chapters have been taught in universities around the world including Sciences Po, Cornell, Kent, McGill and University of New Mexico. Her work is now turning to the jurisliterary to address the colonisation of space aided and abetted by autonomous artificial intelligence.