Monday, March 21, 2011

What do You Teach? (US Legal History Survey)

Moving this up to the front.  The survey is still open. Thanks to everyone who has filled it out so far. 

Prompted by Malick Ghachem's questions in the comments about what other legal historians teach, in comments on Anders Walkers' interesting posts about teaching the legal history survey course, I've put together a short survey.  There are only seven questions, so it won't take much time.  This is completely anonymous -- I have no way of knowing who is filling it out unless you tell me.  Perhaps this will tell us something about what blog readers are teaching.  To keep it simple, the survey focuses on American legal history, but please add details in comment boxes about whatever you teach.  I'll leave this up for a week or so and then report back about the results.

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2 comments:

Malick Ghachem said...

I look forward to reading the results! Thanks for this endeavor.

NHowlin said...

This is a very interesting study.

I wonder if it would be possible to do a similar survey of legal history courses in the UK and other jurisdictions?

I think a cross-jurisdictional comparison of what is being taught would be very useful.