Monday, September 7, 2020

Stanford Center for Law and History Workshop 2020-21

The Stanford Center for Law and History has announced the lineup for its 2020-2021 workshop:

Oct. 6, 2020: Lisa Surwillo, Stanford Iberian and Latin American Cultures

Trafficked from Free Soil: María de Jesús and 19th Century Spanish Cuba

Oct. 20, 2020: H. Timothy Lovelace, Jr., Duke Law

Foreign Interference in US Elections is Nothing New

Oct. 27, 2020: Michelle McKinley, University of Oregon Law

Bound Biographies: Transoceanic Itineraries and the Afro-Iberian Diaspora in the Americas

Jan. 19, 2021: Magdalene Zier, Stanford Law and History

Crimes of Omission: State Action Doctrine and Anti-Lynching Legislation in the Jim Crow Era

Feb. 2, 2021: Ari Bryen, Vanderbilt Classical and Mediterranean Studies

Law and/as Flesh: Provincial Aristocrats and the Law in the Eastern Roman Empire

Feb. 23, 2021: Kimberly Welch, Vanderbilt History and Law

“Eulalie Mandeville’s Money:” Black Moneylenders and Economic Citizenship in the Antebellum U.S. South

April 20, 2021: Anne Twitty, University of Mississippi History

Remaking Bondage: The Persistence of Unfreedom in the Northwest Territory

April 27, 2021: Rohit De, Yale History

Decolonization, Diasporas and the Origins of Emergency Lawyering

May 11, 2021: Nathaniel Hay, Stanford History and Yale Law

Patenting the Guillotine: Intellectual Property Law in Revolutionary France

--Mitra Sharafi