Thursday, September 22, 2011

Law, Society and Culture at Indiana Law

 The line-up for the fall 2011 colloquium of Indiana Law's Center for Law, Society and Culture is out.  The series includes several sessions of interest to legal historians, including two by this year's Jerome Hall Postdoctoral Fellows, Leila Kawar and Katherine Turk.  Most sessions are held at 4:00 in the law school's faculty conference room.

Sep. 15    
The Death Penalty: Judge versus Jury
Valerie Hans
Cornell Law School

Sep. 29    
Democracy or Discipline? Economic Globalization and the Architecture of Government
Alasdair Roberts
Suffolk University Law School

Oct. 6
Room 213
Legal Liberalism and the Juridical Construction of Immigrant Rights in the United States and France, 1973-1983
Leila Kawar
Bowling Green State University

Nov. 10    
'Our Militancy is in Our Openness': Gay Employment Rights Activism and the Question of Sexual Orientation Under Title VII, 1964-1990
Katherine Turk
University of Texas at Dallas

Nov. 17    
The Few, the Proud, the Gays: Don't Ask, Don't Tell and the Trap of Tolerance
Suzanna Walters
Indiana University

Dec. 1, noon
Sally Merry
New York University