Saturday, February 5, 2011

Weekend Round-up

  • I think at least a few readers well recognize themselves in this essay on "eating on the road to the archives," over at the Chronicle of Higher Ed. Ph.D. candidate Rachel Herrmann describes smuggling food into research lockers, gorging on the free muffins at her low-budget hotel, and, on the off-chance of weight gain, buying a pair of "research pants." It made me smile. KMT
  • Ben-Gurion and the Constitution will be the topic of Nir Kedar of Bar-Ilan University at the Jerusalem Legal History and Comparative Law Workshop, March 2, 2011. The full schedule is here.
  • Aaaargh! The Law Library of Congress has digitized its collection of pre-1923 piracy trials, here.
  • Marshal Poe's interview of Joyce Appleby about The Relentless Revolution: A History of Capitalism (Norton, 2010) from his radio show New Books in History is available here. ASLH members may recall Professor Appleby's plenary address on this topic at the annual meeting in Dallas in November 2009.
  • A works-in-progress conference sponsored by San Diego Law's Center for the Study of Constitutional Originalism concludes today. The schedule is here
The Weekend Round-up is a weekly feature compiled by all the Legal History bloggers.

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