Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Yale Legal History Forum, 2016–2017

We have an announcement of the line up in the Yale Legal History Forum for 2016–2017, which meets 4:15-5:45 p.m., with a reception commencing at 4:00 p.m., in the Yale Law School Faculty Lounge (unless otherwise specified).  For more information, please contact Will Sullivan (william.sullivan@yale.edu) or Idriss Fofana (idriss.fofana@yale.edu).


Noel Lenski, Yale University (Classics & History),
Thursday, September 22
The Significance of the Edict of Milan

Gregory Ablavsky, Stanford Law School
Thursday, October 20
The Expenses of Sovereignty: Dependence, Allegiance, and Federal Finance in the Early U.S. Territories

Sam Erman, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
Thursday, November 17
The Constitution and the New Expansion: Debating the Status of the Islands


Sara McDougall, John Jay College & CUNY Graduate Center (History)
Thursday, February 2
Like Father like Son? Clerical Celibacy and the Inheritance of Priestly Office in Medieval Europe

Risa Goluboff (Dean’s Lecture), University of Virginia School of Law
Tuesday, February 21 (4:30 p.m., location TBA)
Title TBA

Michele Dauber, Stanford Law School
Tuesday, March 23
Title TBA

Isabel Hull, Cornell University (History)
Thursday, March 30 (SLB 129)
Carl Schmitt, International Law, and Imperialism

Dylan Penningroth | University of California, Berkeley (History & Law)
Thursday, April 20
Title TBA

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