Friday, January 18, 2019

Find a Co-Panelist for ASLH 2019!

The Call for Papers of the Program Committee for the next annual meeting of the American Society for Legal History, to be held in Boston on November 21-24, 2019, states in part:
Given the number and high quality of panel and other complete sessions submitted, individual papers are much less likely than full sessions to be accepted.  Would-be individual paper submitters are encouraged to connect with other scholars (through H-Law, etc.) to coordinate the submission of complete session proposals.
We here at Legal History Blog are happy to be such a matching service.  Comments to this post are open any of you with individual papers seeking like-minded presenters for a panel.  Feel free to post your paper topic and/or panel idea in a comment, with an email address or other contact information.  And please feel free to spread the word about the annual meeting.  (The conference hashtag is #ASLH2019.)  The deadline for submissions is March 15, 2019.

2 comments:

Joanna Grisinger said...

Looking for participants to join me and Ashton Merck for a panel on teaching legal history - especially teaching non-US legal history. joanna.grisinger [at] northwestern.edu.

Vicky Saker Woeste said...

Looking for others giving papers on late 20th-century civil rights, religious conservatism, and race discrimination to go in on a panel with me (I'll be talking about conservative evangelical lawyers fighting school segregation in post-Brown Topeka).