Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Stanford Center for Law and History workshop schedule

[We share the following speaker line-up.]


Stanford Center for Law and History Workshop: 2019-20 Schedule

The Stanford Center for Law and History has announced the lineup for its 2019-20 workshop:

Oct. 1, 2019 Corinne Leveleux-Teixeira, Université d'Orléans
Between theology and canon law. Oath and truth in late Middle Ages and early modern times (XIIth-XVIth centuries)

Oct. 29, 2019 Richard Ross, University of Illinois Law and History
Anglicization of and through Law: British North America, Ireland, and India Compared, 1540-1800

Nov. 19, 2018 Stephanie Jones-Rogers, UC Berkeley History
‘She had…a Womb Subjected to Bondage’: The Afro-Atlantic Origins of British Colonial Descent Law

Jan. 14, 2020 Brent Salter, Stanford Law
The Publisher’s Unpublished Empire: Samuel French and Authority Over Theatrical Copyright, 1856-1891

Feb. 4, 2020 Rachel St John, UC Davis History
The Imagined States of America: The Unmanifest History of Nineteenth-century North America

Feb. 25, 2020 Preetam Prakash, Stanford History
'Sufficient to Tame Their Brute Nature': Prison Management, Incarceration, and Escape in Qing China

April 7, 2020 Ari Bryen, Stanford Humanities Center and Vanderbilt University
Law and/as Flesh: Some Thoughts on the Legal Cultures of the Eastern Roman Empire

April 28, 2020 Kimberly Welch, Vanderbilt University History and Law
Free Black Creditors and the Law in the Early U.S. South

May 19, 2020 Francesca Trivellato, Institute for Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies
Property Rights vs. Social Ties? Old and New Perspectives on the Origins of Capitalism in Renaissance Florence

--posted by Mitra Sharafi

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