Saturday, April 24, 2021

Weekend Roundup

  • Writing in the Washington Post, John Fabian Witt (Yale Law School) reviews Kate Masur's Until Justice Be Done.
  • "The scholarly e-journal Locus-Tijdschrift voor Cultuurwetenschappen, published by the Open University of the Netherlands, seeks papers around the issue of ‘The Coloniality of Natural History Collections.'"  More.  
  • Law, Politics, Public Health and Deadly Epidemics: A Conversation with John Fabian Witt on American Contagions (HNN).
  • Stephen Sachs recalls being in Charles Donahue's legal history course--as an undergraduate (Harvard Crimson).   
  • NARA transcribes documents from United States of America v. Alger Hiss (Catalog).  H/t: JQB
  • Karla Luzmer Escobar Hernández (Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory) wants legal historians to use transmedia history-telling to reach larger audiences. More here.

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