- Congratulations to Myisha Eatmon (University of South Carolina), who will join the departments of History and African and African American Studies at Harvard University! (via Twitter)
- From the Washington Post's "Made by History" section: Orville Vernon Burton (Clemson University) and Armand Derfner (Charleston School of Law), "Texas’s new attempt to circumvent the Constitution resurrects an old tactic"; Carole Joffe (Failing to embed abortion care in mainstream medicine made it politically vulnerable."
- New online from Law and History Review and Cambridge Core: Hanging Matters: Petty Theft, Sentence of Death, and a Lost Statute of Edward I, by Henry Summerson.
- George William Van Cleve explores “what he sees as the flaws in the United States Constitution,” in conversation with William Treanor, dean of Georgetown Law, in a virtual program was hosted by James Madison’s Montpelier in Virginia.
- From In Custodia Legis, news of a new Library of Congress acquisition: "A 14th-Century Manuscript of Registrum Brevium."
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