Tuesday, September 20, 2011

NYU's Legal History Colloquium

The schedule is out for NYU’s Legal History Colloquium:

September 13
Daniel Hulsebosch, Charles Seligson Professor of Law, NYU School of Law
"Being Seen Like a State: The Constitution and Its International Audiences at the Founding"

September 27
Robert Reinstein, Clifford Scott Green Professor of Law, Temple Law School
"Executive Power and the Law of Nations in the Washington Administration"

October 11
Peter Onuf, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Foundation Professor, University of Virginia, Department of History
"Imperialism and Nationalism in the Early American Republic"

October 25
Eliga Gould, Associate Professor of History, University of New Hampshire, Department of History
"Among the Powers of the Earth: The American Revolution and the Making of a New World Empire"

November 8
John Parry, Professor of Law, Lewis & Clark Law School
"What is the Grotian Tradition in International Law"

November 22
David Armitage, Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, Harvard University, Department of History
"`Ticklish Work': Francis Lieber and the Laws of Civil War"

December 6
Brian Richardson, Samuel I. Golieb Fellow, NYU School of Law
"Foreign Law at the Founding: the non-Vattelian Origins of America's Engagement with Public International Law"