Chapter One: A Remnant of the Renaissance - The Transnational Iconography of Justice

“To practice justice today is an ambitious project, and to represent it requires devising ways to acknowledge what democracy brings to adjudication: a new and genuinely radical aspiration to find ways to make earthly justice available to more people, if not all. “

A Pictorial Puzzle

A Virtuous Visual Competition

  • The Cardinal and Theological Virtues in a Psychomachia
  • The Cohort
  • Justice’s Ascent

Justice’s Violence

Visualizing Justice’s Pain and Challenges

Adjudication’s Transformation: Access for All Before Independent Judges in Open Court

  • Celebrating and Understanding New Demands
  • Building Idioms: Transparency, Access, Identity and Security

Democracy’s Challenges

Re-Presenting Justice