Thursday, June 1, 2017

A Workshop on the Oxford Handbook of Historical Research

Belatedly, here is an announcement of a workshop on the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Historical Research, edited by Markus Dubber and Christopher L. Tomlins.  My apologies to the organizers for not posting until after the fact.

On Sunday, May 28, the David Berg Institute for Law and History at Tel Aviv University hosted a workshop on draft chapters from the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Historical Legal Research (Markus Dubber & Chris Tomlins, eds.).  In the final session, additional authors participated by videoconference from Toronto.

Ron Harris (TAU): Economic analysis of law
Noga Morag-Levine (Michigan State): Sociological jurisprudence

Roy Kreitner (TAU): Legal history as political history
Assaf Likhovski (TAU): Legal history as intellectual history

Leora Bilsky & Rachel Klagsbrun (TAU): Genocide/massacre history

Lunch talk by Dirk Hartog (Princeton): Writing a history of property law

Anat Rosenberg (IDC): Historical analysis in contracts
David Schorr (TAU): Historical analysis in environmental law

Lena Salaymeh (TAU): Islamic law
David Minto (Princeton): Queer legal history