Thursday, January 27, 2011

Law & Society Workshop at Indiana Law

The Center for Law, Society, and Culture of the Maurer School of Law at Indiana University announces the schedule for the second semester of its Law & Society Workshop for 2010-11. Here are session of special interest to legal historians. The full schedule is here.

Thursday, Jan. 27, 2011
Camille Walsh
Indiana University Jerome Hall Postdoctoral Fellow
"'We Are Tax Paying Citizens': Educational Equality Litigation in the U.S., 1929-1959"

Thursday, Feb. 3
Alasdair Roberts
Suffolk University Law School
"The Rise and Fall of Discipline: Economic Globalization, Administrative Reform, and the Financial Crisis"

Thursday, Feb. 10
Ed Watts
Indiana University Department of History
"Roman Anti-Pagan Legislation in Theory and Practice"

Thursday, March 24
Joanna Grisinger
Clemson University Department of History
"The Unwieldy State: Administrative Politics after 1945"
(Co-sponsored with IU History)

Thursday, April 7
Ho-fung Hung
Indiana University Department of Sociology
"Justice and Protest with Chinese Characteristics, Past and Present"

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