The Harvard Law School Legal History Colloquium is pleased to announce its Fall 2007 schedule.
All meetings are Thursdays, 5-6:30, in Hauser 101, Harvard Law School
Thursday, September 20
Paul Halliday and G. Edward White, University of Virginia
"The Suspension Clause: English Text, Imperial Contexts, and American Implications."
Thursday, October 18
Tomiko Brown-Nagin, University of Virginia
“Seeking Redress in the Streets: The Student Movement’s Challenge to Pragmatism and Legal Liberalism, 1960-61.”
Thursday, November 29
Dylan Penningroth, Northwestern University
“African American Divorce in Virginia and Washington, DC, 1865-1930.”
For additional information, please contact the chair of the colloquium, Jed Shugerman at email@example.com), or the two Raoul Berger/Mark DeWolfe Howe Legal History Fellows, Cynthia Nicoletti (Harvard Law JD, History PhD candidate at Virginia) at firstname.lastname@example.org, and Owen Williams (Yale Law MSL, History PhD candidate at Yale) at email@example.com.
Note: you should contact them before attending. That's the way to get a copy of the paper, which should be read in advance.
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