Friday, August 21, 2020

Vanderbilt Legal History Colloquium

The Vanderbilt Legal History Colloquium has released its schedule for 2020-21.  Its Director is Kim Welch.  Sessions will be held on Zoom in the Fall semester from 12:45-2:15 on Mondays and in the Spring semester Location TBA from 12:00-1:30, also on Mondays.

9/14/20: Ari Bryen, “Law as Dialogue”

10/19/20: Nate Holdren, Drake University, Injury Impoverished: Workplace Accidents, Capitalism, and Law in the Progressive Era (Cambridge, 2020); Legal History Blogposts (10 posts)

11/13/20-11/14/20: American Society for Legal History mini conference (online and free)

11/16/20: Daniel Sharfstein, “Arbitration in New York’s Fur Business and the Private Law of Immigration, 1914-38

1/25/20: Kim Welch, “Eulalie Mandeville’s Money: Black Moneylenders and Economic Citizenship in the Antebellum U.S. South”

2/22/20: Taryn Marashi, ‘“Your Blood, your Property, and your Honor are Sacred’: Violating Privacy in Medieval Islamic Society”

3/15: Jessica Lowe, “Precocious and Premature: Claims of Illegitimacy Complicating an Inheritance Dispute in Sixteenth-Century Münster.”

4/12 Sara Mayeux, Title TBA

--Dan Ernst