Sunday, August 25, 2019

Georgetown Legal History Colloquium, 2019-2020

I and my co-convener, Anne Fleming, Georgetown University Law Center, would like to announce the Georgetown Legal History Colloquium and its 2019-2020 schedule.  This works-in-progress seminar meets from 3:30-5:00 on selected Fridays and is open to interested faculty, students, and independent or government historians beyond Georgetown.  We especially invite those in the greater Washington, DC, area to write me at ernst@georgetown.edu to get on our reminder and distribution list.

September 27  Mitra Sharafi, University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School, “South Asians and West Africans at the Inns of Court: Empire and Expulsion circa 1900"

October 25       Emily Kadens, Northwestern Pritzker Law School, “New Light on Twyne’s Case”

November 15    Gautham Rao, American University, “Runaway Laws, Slave Police, and the Nineteenth-Century American State”

January 31         Dylan Penningroth, University of California, Berkeley, “Race as a Material Fact in Contract Law”

February 28       Alison La Croix, University of Chicago Law School, “The Interbellum Constitution and the Commerce Power”

March 27           K-Sue Park, Georgetown University Law Center, “The Transformation of the Mortgage in the American Colonies”

April 17             Kevin Arlyck, Georgetown University Law Center, “Judging Sovereignty: The Federal Courts in the Age of Revolution”

--Dan Ernst

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