Thursday, September 6, 2018

Stanford Center for Law and History Workshop: 2018-19 Schedule

The Stanford Center for Law and History has announced the lineup for its 2018-19 workshop:

September 25 – Catherine Baylin Duryea, Stanford History Department, They the People: Imposed Constitutionalism and Judicial Review in Afghanistan

October 23 – Alix Rogers, Stanford Center for Law and the Biosciences, The Civil War’s Tranformational Effect on the Legal Status of Human Remains

November 13 – Dylan Penningroth, UC Berkeley Law and History, Law for a Gospel Church: African American Religion and Civil Rights, 1865-1970

January 15 – Benjamin Hein, Stanford History Department, Germany’s GmbH: Securing the Liberal Order in an Age of Mass Migration, 1873-1892

February 5 – Elise Dermineur, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University, and Umea University, Debt and Bankruptcy in Pre-Industrial Europe

February 26 – Rowan Dorin, Stanford History Department, Reception or Resistance? Episcopal Lawmaking in Late Medieval Europe 

April 9 – Reuel Schiller, UC Hastings College of the Law, The Surprising Origins of Deregulation: The New Left, the Counterculture, and the Demise of the New Deal Regulatory Order 

April 30 – Kathryn Olivarius, Stanford History Department, Seasonal Gerrymandering: Yellow Fever, Statecraft, and Citizenship in Antebellum New Orleans

May 21 – Allyson Hobbs, Stanford History Department and Director of African and African American Studies, Far from Sanctuary: African American Travel & the Long Road to the Civil Rights Act of 1964

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