Saturday, April 3, 2021

Weekend Roundup

  • Registration is now open for ASLH 2021: the annual meeting of the American Society for Legal History, to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana on November 5-6, 2021. Register here.  Reserve a room in the conference hotel, the InterContinental New Orleans, for just $189/night, here.
  • In other ASLH news: “the ASLH announces a competition for 10 small grants to support legal history research in digital and print sources this summer. The application is open to ASLH members who are current graduate students at any stage as well as recent PhD or JD graduates (2019 or later).”  More.  
  • The Docket 4:1 (March 2021), an on-line companion to Law and History Review, "featuring interviews, articles, and more," is out!  Also: it's looking for a new editor.  Contact grao at american dot edu.
  • How Heather Sharkey and her students transcribed Alice Paul’s doctoral dissertation, “The Legal Position of Women in Pennsylvania" (1912).   (Penn Today)
  • Do you wonder about working with a developmental editor? Some answers here.
  • ICYMI: Just Deeds: Removing racially restrictive covenants in Minnesota (Sun Today).  Edward Kolla, Georgetown University-Qatar, on the history of passports (Gulf Times).

 Weekend Roundup is a weekly feature compiled by all the Legal History bloggers.