Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Random Roundup

  • "The seeding of amnesia is the undoing of citizenship," writes historian Simon Schama. In a recent article in the Guardian, he discusses why children need to be taught history, and offers his vision for history in British schools. Check out the article here. (Hat tip: bookforum.)
  • The Yale Law Library continues to add to its Justitia Gallery, an impressive online collection of images of "Lady Justice," culled from the Library's Rare Book Collection. You can learn more about the Gallery here.
  • 2nd Biennial War Crimes Conference: Justice? – Whose Justice? 3-5 March 2011, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies London. Details here.
  • G. Edward White discusses his next book, forthcoming next fall and recently posted on SSRN, here.

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