Monday, November 22, 2010

Random Roundup

A few items of interest from around the web:

  • Patrick S. O'Donnell, Department of Philosophy, Santa Barbara City College, has posted an extensive bibliography, "The World of Work & Labor Law," here. It includes an very substantial historical section.
  • Timothy S. Huebner, Rhodes College, has posted the Fall 2010 edition of his New Books in U.S. Constitutional/Legal History for H-Law here.
  • Harvard Law School has posted a videorecording of a book launch for Noah Feldman's Scorpions, in which the NPR correspondent Christopher Lydon interviews the author. (Washingtonians can catch the author at the Politics and Prose bookstore on November 29.)
  • Inside Higher Ed has posted a short interview with the three editors of Contesting Archives: Finding Women in the Archives, a recent release from the University of Illinois Press. You can read the interview here.
  • The program for the recent Conference on Empirical Legal Studies has (as the Legal Scholarship blog noted) a nice montage of Yale's legal realists. How many can you name without scrolling down?

1 comment:

Patrick S. O'Donnell said...

Thanks Mary and Dan!

At ReligiousLeftLaw I introduced this particular bibliography as follows:

I’m most grateful to the labor law professors who contributed some of their favorite titles to this compilation: Joseph E. Slater, Eric M. Fink, and Marcia McCormick. And thanks as well to those who looked over a draft or two and offered kind words and support: Charles A. Sullivan, Paul Secunda, Daniel Ernst, Richard Bales, and William Forbath.