Here, belatedly, are the speakers in the Elizabeth Battelle Clark Legal History Series at the Boston University School of Law this semester. The talks are held from 4:20 to 6:20 pm in Room 418. The public is welcome to attend.
January 28, 2016. Chinese Eurasians: Mixed Families and Dependent Citizenship During the Era of Chinese Exclusion. Emma Teng, T.T. and Wei Fong Chao Professor of Asian Civilizations & MacVicar Faculty Fellow, MIT School of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
February 11, 2016. The Law of Nations in Global History: An Introduction to the Thought of Charles Henry Alexandrowicz (1902-75). David Armitage, Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, Harvard University; Jennifer Pitts, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Chicago
February 25, 2016. The Sporting Life: Democratic Culture and the Historical Origins of the Scottish Right to Roam. Gregory S. Alexander, A. Robert Noll Professor of Law, Cornell University School of Law
March 17, 2016. No Person May Go Armed”: A Forgotten Chapter in the History of Gun Regulation. Saul Cornell, Paul and Diane Guenther Chair in American History, Fordham University
March 24, 2016. Administrative Constitutionalism at the Borders of Belonging. Karen Tani, Assistant Professor of Law, University of California, Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law
April 7, 2016. Owning Inventions (chapter from Owning Ideas: The Intellectual Origins of American Intellectual Property 1790-1909, CUP 2016). Oren Bracha, Howrey LLP and Arnold, White & Durkee Centennial Professor, University of Texas, School of Law