Saturday, September 24, 2022

Weekend Roundup

  • Columbia University has announced a new Center for Political Economy. The faculty co-directors include scholars with interests in law, policy, and history. They are Kate Andrias, Ira Katznelson, Suresh Naidu, and Katharina Pistor.
  • Over at the Law & Political Economy Blog: a symposium on Elizabeth Popp Berman's Thinking Like an Economist. The post by historian Landon Storrs may be of particular interest.
  • A video of the Constitution Day chat between Kermit Roosevelt III and John Q. Barrett for the FDR Library is here.
  • The National Constitution Center has posted a podcast of its Constitution Day discussion of originalism with Emily Bazelon, Rich Lowry, Steven Mazie, Ilan Wurman, and host Jeffrey Rosen.
  • My Twitter followers posted some helpful responses to my request for their "preferred app for taking archive pics on [one's] phone & converting to PDFs." [KMT]
  • Tributes and remembrances continue to pour in for the late David Lieberman. Read them here and, if you knew him, post your own.
  • The School of Nursing at Emory University has launched a Center for Healthcare History and Policy. Historian Kylie Smith directs it.
Weekend Roundup is a weekly feature compiled by all the Legal History bloggers.