Friday, September 17, 2021

Stanford Law and History Workshop

 [We share the following announcement.]

Stanford Center for Law and History Workshop: 

2021-2022 Schedule

The Stanford Center for Law and History has announced the lineup for its 2021-2022 workshop. Feel free to email us at to be added to our mailing list or if you have any questions.  As each workshop approaches, we will send an email to those on our list with details concerning location and/or accessibility via Zoom.

Oct. 19, 2021: Mark Krass, Stanford Law and Political Science

Debunking the Non-Delegation Doctrine for State Regulation of Federal Elections

Nov. 2, 2021: Margarita Lila Rosa, Lecturer and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford 

Marginalia: Black Women and Emerging Carceral Geographies in Rio de Janeiro, 1880-1888

Nov. 16, 2021: Sara Forsdyke, Classical Studies & History, University of Michigan

Democratic Justice: The Jury Trial in Ancient Greece and Criminal Justice Reform In the United States

Jan. 18, 2022: Orit Malka, Taube Center for Jewish Studies, Stanford

The Law of the Land: Ancient Religion v. The Modern State

Feb. 1, 2022: Susanna Blumenthal, Minnesota Law and History (Speaker via Zoom)

The Apprehension of Fraud in Modern America

Mar. 1, 2022: Lisa Ford, University of New South Wales History (Speaker via Zoom)

Commissions of Inquiry and the Remaking of British Colonial Slavery, 1822 - 1831

Mar. 29, 2022: Emanuele Conte, Roma Tre University

From history to Theory and Back. Otto von Gierke, Santi Romano, and Francesco Calasso on Medieval Institutions and Legal Pluralism

April 12, 2022: Kevin Mumford, University of Illinois History

Unmasking the Fourth Ku Klux Klan and the Problem of Hate

May 10, 2022: Francesca Trivellato, Institute for Advanced Study, School of Historical Studies

Renaissance Florence and the Origins of Capitalism: A Business History Perspective

--posted by Mitra Sharafi