- From the Washington Post's "Made by History" section: Adam Laats (Binghamton University (SUNY)), "Religious animus did not drive the laws the Supreme Court just overturned"; Carissa Harris (Temple University), "Women have been fighting for abortion rights for 500 years"; Lisa Levenstein (University of North Carolina, Greensboro), "With schools and daycare closed, the coronavirus is worsening women’s inequality"; and more.
- Not only has Elizabeth Papp Kamali, “a scholar specializing in medieval legal history,” been tenured and promoted to professor of law at Harvard Law School, she’s been deputy deaned! (Harvard Law Today).
- From Keisha Blain (University of Pittsburgh), writing for Inside Higher Ed: tips for early career scholars on publishing journal articles.
- "Erasing History or Making History? Race, Racism, and the American Memorial Landscape," an American Historical Association Webinar, with David W. Blight and Annette Gordon-Reed, moderated by AHA Executive Director Jim Grossman. (Facebook)
- ICYMI: Aderson Bellegarde François (Georgetown Law), on Robert Smalls and Woodrow Wilson (New Republic). The renaming of US Coast Guard Cutter Taney (Fox Baltimore). A nicely illustrated history of the ballot (Quartz). Jack Rakove (Stanford University) on what TJ meant by "all men are created equal" (Stanford News)
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