Tuesday, September 4, 2018

ASLH 2018: Register for the Pre-conference Workshop on Teaching Legal History

We have the following announcement:
Those attending the upcoming ASLH conference should consider joining us for the pre-conference workshop on teaching legal history at the conference hotel on November 8 from 11-4. Pre-register now for an interactive discussion on legal history curriculum for graduate and undergraduate students, as well as demonstrations of digital and hands-on pedagogies for your legal history classes. Space is limited, but lunch is provided for participants with sponsorship from University of Nebraska Lincoln, and the workshop will wrap up in time for the opening reception. 
Pre-conference Workshop on Teaching Legal History 
We invite 30 ASLH attendees to register for our pre-conference workshop on teaching legal history from 11-4 on Thursday, November 8 in the conference hotel. Participants will have an opportunity to share their own challenges and successes in dialogue with workshop facilitators on topics ranging from digital and creative pedagogies, to co-convened JD/graduate seminars, and undergraduate legal history curriculum building. Lunch is provided to all pre-registered participants through the generous sponsorship of University of Nebraska Lincoln’s College of Arts & Sciences Instructional Improvement Fund. 
The agenda is as follows: 
11-12: Ari Bryen & Kimberly Welch, Building an Undergraduate Legal History Program 
12-1: Lunch & Open Discussion on Teaching Experiences, Concerns, & Strategies 
1-2: Katrina Jagodinsky, Digital Pedagogies for Legal History 
2-3: Sally Hadden, “Small Teaching,” Big Impacts in the Legal History Classroom 
3-4: Martha S Jones & Karen Tani, Teaching Legal History Seminars w/ Graduate and JD Students 
Pre-Register for the workshop here.