Thursday, November 3, 2016

Cromwell Research Fellowships in American Legal History

We’re grateful to Cornelia Dayton, University of Connecticut, for this list of the 2016 awardees of Cromwell Research Fellowships in American Legal History, announced at the recent annual meeting of the American Society for Legal History in Toronto:

Marie-Amélie George, “Deviant Justice: The Transformation of Gay Rights in America”

Elizabeth Katz, “Courting American Families: The Creation and Evolution of Courts of Domestic Relations, 1910-1969”

Jonathan Lande, “Disciplining Freedom: Union Army Slave Rebels and Emancipation in the Civil War Courts-Martial”

Maria Montalvo, “All Could Be Sold: Making and Selling Enslaved People in the Antebellum South”

Yael Schacher, “Exceptions to Exclusion: A Prehistory of Asylum in the United States, 1800-1980”

Adam Wolkoff, “Possession and Power: The Legal Culture of Tenancy in the United States, 1800-1920”

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