- It's more than a year away, but you should still put this down in the calendar: "Legal History and Empires, Perspectives from the colonized" will be hosted by the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados on July 11-13, 2018. This conference follows on the "Legal Histories of the British Empire" conference in Singapore in 2012. In between, a 2015 conference was planned for Accra, Ghana. Unfortunately, "Traditions, Borrowings, Innovations & Impositions: Law in the Post-Colony and in Empire" was cancelled due to Ebola in other parts of west Africa. Watch for the Caribbean conference's Call for Papers, coming later this year.
- A recording of Federal Government Historians, the recent AHA panel, is here, courtesy of C-SPAN. “Historians who work within the federal government talked about how their institutions document and influence policy making, while striving to remain objective in a political environment. They spoke about their research projects, preservation initiatives, and how they help other historians access classified documents.”
- Also available online is Helen Z.M. Rodgers: First Woman Graduate of Buffalo Law School, a lecture by Bernadette Gargano, Lecturer in Law, Legal Analysis, Writing and Research, SUNY Buffalo Law School.
- The TOC for the Journal of Supreme Court History 41:1 (March 2017) is here.
- Today, at Princeton University: Beyond Stonewall: New Histories of Religion and Sexuality in America.
- Christopher Beauchamp, Brooklyn Law School, performs a valuable service for anyone who has yet to say goodbye to law reviews. In the Green Bag, of course.
- On Thursday, March 30 at 3:30 PM, at the Miller Center for Public Affairs at the University of Virginia, Joanne Freeman, Yale University, delivers the lecture “A Shilly-Shally Thing:” The Constitution, the Presidency, and Alexander Hamilton.
- ICYMI: Bob Darcy, emeritus from Oklahoma State University, on Why constitutional history doesn't end in 1791, in the Tulsa World.
- Updates: Looking to join a panel for this year's annual meeting of the American Society for Legal History? Check out the recent posts to the H-Law listserv. Also: “The Pope is not Lord of the World," a reading course on Francisco de Vitoria's Erste Relectio über die kirchliche Gewalt, at Max Planck this summer.
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