View the H-Law Discussion Logs by month
View the Prior Message in H-Law's July 2007 logs by: [date] [author] [thread]
View the Next Message in H-Law's July 2007 logs by: [date] [author] [thread]
Visit the H-Law home page.
Hello, everyone. Here is the preliminary program for the ASLH meeting in Tempe, Arizona, October 25-28. No doubt some of the details will change, but this will give you an idea of what to expect. It looks like a great program. Please take note that this is a couple of weeks earlier than last year. Chris Waldrep H-Law editor Friday A (8:30-10:15) Grassroots Lawyering in the Long Twentieth Century Chair: Marjorie E. Kornhauser, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, Marjorie.Kornhauser@asu.edu Panelists: Felice Batlan, Chicago-Kent College of Law, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Ladies Health Protective Association: Municipal Housekeeping and the creation of Urban Public Interest Lawyering” Gwen Jordan, University of Wisconsin Law School, email@example.com “ ‘Them Law Wimmin’: The Protective Agency for Women and Children, 1886- 1905” Christopher Schmidt, Harvard Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Sit-Ins, the NAACP, and the Role of the Constitution in the Civil Rights Movement” Commentator: David Spinoza Tanenhaus, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, email@example.com Making Places, Making People: The Legal History of the Southwest Chair: John Reid, New York University, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Allison Tirres, De Paul University, email@example.com “Reconfiguring Borders in Nineteenth-Century El Paso” Laura Gomez, University of New Mexico, lGomez@law.unm.edu “Manifest Destinies: The Making of the Mexican American Race” Tom Romero, Hamline University, firstname.lastname@example.org “Multiracial Dissonance, Cold War Containment and the Law of Municipal Boundaries in the Metropolitan West” Commentator: Mary Romero, Arizona State University, email@example.com Courts, Corruption and Democracy, 1800-1876 Chair: Paula Baker, Ohio State University, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: James Pfander, University of Illinois College of Law, email@example.com “Fees, Salaries, and Judicial Independence in the Early Republic” Jed Handelsman Shugerman, Harvard Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Wave of Judicial Elections, 1846-1851” Renée Lettow Lerner, George Washington University Law School, email@example.com “Reform of Judicial Elections After the Civil War” Commentator: Alexander Keyssar, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, Alex_Keyssar@harvard.edu Crime and Punishment in Britain, c. 1550-1900 Chair: Wendie Schneider, University of Iowa, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: R. A. Houston, University of St. Andrews, email@example.com “Punishing the Dead: The Law on Suicide in Historic Scotland” Randall McGowen, University of Oregon, firstname.lastname@example.org “An Unsettling Crime and a Disturbing Spectacle: The Punishment of Forgery in Eighteenth-Century England” Bruce Smith, Law, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, email@example.com “Rethinking the Origins of Plea Bargaining in England” Commentator: Tom Gallanis, University of Minnesota, firstname.lastname@example.org The Mixed Constitution: Ancient and Modern Chair: Ileana Porras, Arizona State University, email@example.com Panelists: David Lieberman, University of California, Berkeley, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Mixed Constitution and the Common Law” David Bederman, Emory University, email@example.com “North American Mixed Constitutions” TBA Commentator: Audience Friday B (10:30-12:15) The Dred Scott Case at 150: Politics, Law, and the Competing Constitutional Histories of Slavery Chair: Michael Les Benedict, Ohio State University, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Mark A. Graber, University of Maryland School of Law, email@example.com “Conflicts of Interest: Race, Class and Dred Scott” Ariela J. Gross, University of Southern California School of Law, firstname.lastname@example.org “When Is the Time of Slavery? The History and Politics of Slavery in Contemporary Legal Argument” Daniel W. Hamilton, Chicago Kent College of Law, email@example.com “The Dred Scott Case, Emancipation, and the Rise of the Fifth Amendment” Commentator: Pamela Brandwein, University of Michigan, firstname.lastname@example.org The Craft of Legal History Seminar Documenting Legal History Roundtable Moderator: Linda Kerber, University of Iowa, email@example.com Participants: Maeva Marcus, firstname.lastname@example.org Documentary History of the Supreme Court John Kaminski, email@example.com Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution Ann Gordon, firstname.lastname@example.org Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony Charlene Bickford, email@example.com Documentary History of the First Federal Congress Unusual Origins in American Legal History Chair: Angela Fernandez, University of Toronto, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Bernadette Meyler, Cornell Law School, bernadette- email@example.com “Crusoe in the Carolinas: Daniel Defoe’s Social Contract Theory of Judicial Review” Donna Irene Dennis, Rutgers Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org “Rethinking the Comstock Act of 1873” Simon Stern, University of Toronto, email@example.com “Detective Fiction and the Case Method” Commentator: Gregg Crane, University of Michigan, firstname.lastname@example.org The Development of Insurance Law: English Common & Statutory Law and Continental Influences Chair: A. W. Brian Simpson, University of Michigan, email@example.com Panelists: David Ibbetson, Cambridge University, firstname.lastname@example.org “Early Modern Insurance and the Law” Jean Meiring, Cambridge University, email@example.com “Insurance: Continental Influences on the Common Law in the 17th & 18th Centuries” Michael Lobban, University of London, firstname.lastname@example.org “Developing the Law of Insurance in Nineteenth-century England” Commentator: Geoffrey Clark, Potsdam University, email@example.com Social Control in Ancient Societies: Norms, Contracts, and Fundamental Law Chair: Adam Chodorow, Arizona State University, Adam.Chodorow@asu.edu Panelists: Pamela Barmash, Washington University, firstname.lastname@example.org “Kinship and Contract in the Hebrew Bible” Adriaan Lanni, Harvard Law School, email@example.com “Social Norms in the Athenian Courts” Geoff Miller, New York University, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Golden Calf Episode and Fundamental Law” Commentator: Steven Johnstone, University of Arizona, email address: email@example.com Friday C (1:45-3:30) Constituting Gender and Citizenship in the American Polity Chair: Michael Grossberg, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Kristin Collins, Boston University School of Law, email@example.com “‘Let the Government Become their Guardians:’ Early-Nineteenth- Century Family Military Entitlements and the Origins of American Welfare Administration’” Rebecca Rix, Department of History, Yale University, firstname.lastname@example.org “Reconstituting Enfranchisement after WWI: Carrie Chapman Catt's ‘Applied Democracy’ and the Significance of the Nineteenth Amendment” Serena Mayeri, University of Pennsylvania Law School, email@example.com “‘Equality in Theory’ or ‘Equality in Fact’?: Reviving the Equal Rights Amendment in the Reagan Era” Commentator: Rodgers Smith, University of Pennsylvania, firstname.lastname@example.org. The Craft of Legal History Seminar Telling the Story: Legal History and the Art of Documentary Filmmaking Moderator: Donna Schuele, University of Southern California, email@example.com Panelists: Judy Branfman, University of California, Los Angeles, firstname.lastname@example.org “Land of Orange Groves and Jails” Paul Espinosa, Arizona State University, email@example.com “The Lemon Grove Incident” Eric Paul Fournier, Fournier Films, firstname.lastname@example.org “Of Civil Rights and Wrongs: The Fred Korematsu Story” Commentator: Audience The Invention of Modern Anglo-American Intellectual Property Chair: Christine Desan, Harvard Law School, email@example.com Panelists: Oren Bracha, University of Texas School of Law, OBracha@law.utexas.edu “The Ideology of Authorship Revisited” Ronan Deazley, University of Birmingham School of Law, firstname.lastname@example.org “Copyright and Playright: An Historical Perspective” Steven Wilf, University of Connecticut School of Law, email@example.com “The Moral Lives of Intellectual Properties in 19th Century America” Commentator: Meredith McGill, Rutgers University, firstname.lastname@example.org The Legal System in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe Chair: Janet Loengard, Moravian College, email@example.com Panelists: Mia Korpiola, University of Helsinki, firstname.lastname@example.org “Pastime or Professionalism? Legal Riddles in Swedish Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century Manuscripts” Blair Newcomb, email@example.com “Fear, Torture, and the Law of Duress in the Nullification Trial of Joan of Arc, 1455-1456” Marie Kim, University of Minnesota, St. Cloud, firstname.lastname@example.org “Michel de L’Hôpital, Legal Humanism, and Ideals of Legal Unification in Sixteenth-Century France” Commentator: Kjell Modeer, Lund University, Kjell_A.Modeer@jur.lu.se Preyer Prize Panel Chair: TBD Panelists: TBD Commentator: TBD Plenary Session (4:30-6:00) Paul Brand, Oxford University, email@example.com “Thirteenth-century English Royal Justices: What We Know and Do Not Know About What They Did” Saturday A (8:30-10:15) Governing American Sexuality Chair: Chris Capozolla, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Margot Canaday, Princeton University, mcanaday@Princeton.EDU “‘We are Merely Concerned with the Fact of Sodomy’: Sexual Perversion and State Incapacity in the World War I-era Military” Mary Ann Case, University of Chicago, email@example.com “From Before Lord Harwicke’s Act to After the Defense of Marriage Act” Colin Robert, Indiana University, Bloomington, firstname.lastname@example.org “Sexual Morrill-ity: The Land Grant College Act, Eugenics and the Nationalization of Sexual Normativity” Commentator: Hendrik Hartog, Princeton University, email@example.com The Craft of Legal History Seminar Friends of the Court Roundtable: History Meets Law Moderator: Aviam Soifer, University of Hawaii, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: James Oldham, Georgetown University, email@example.com Tomiko Brown-Nagin, University of Virginia, firstname.lastname@example.org Bruce Mann, Harvard University, email@example.com Deborah Dinner, Yale University, firstname.lastname@example.org Law at the Margins in the Early National South Chair: Christian Fritz, University of New Mexico, email@example.com Panelists: Sally Hadden, Florida State University, firstname.lastname@example.org “ADR and the Early Republic: The Charleston Chamber of Commerce Resolves Legal Disputes, 1784-1794” Deborah Rosen, Lafayette College, email@example.com “Wartime Prisoners and the Boundaries of Law in the Early National Period” Fay Yarbrough, University of Kentucky, firstname.lastname@example.org “Sam Dent, Molley, and the Intersection of Federal, State and Cherokee Law” Commentator: John Wertheimer, Davidson College, email@example.com Evolution and Institutions of the Medieval Ius Commune Chair: Charles Donahue, Harvard Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Ken Pennington, Catholic University, Pennington@cua.edu “The Beginnings of the Ius commune: The Big Bang” Anders Winroth, Yale University, email@example.com “Law Schools in the Twelfth Century” Jim Brundage, University of Kansas, firstname.lastname@example.org “Canonical Legal Profession” Commentator: James Whitman, Yale Law School, email@example.com Colonialism in South Asia: Property, Personhood, and the State of Exception Chair: Elizabeth Kolsky, Villanova University, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Karuna Mantena, Yale University, email@example.com “Colonialism and the Nineteenth Century Debate on Property” Anupama Rao, Barnard College, firstname.lastname@example.org “Legislating Personhood: Caste, Stigma, and the Exceptional Subject” TBA Commentator: Kunal Parker, Cleveland State University, kmparker@Princeton.edu Saturday B (10:30-12:15) Religion and Activism in Twentieth-Century Law Chair: Linda Przybyszewski, University of Notre Dame, Linda.Przybyszewski.email@example.com Panelists: Nathan Oman, William & Mary Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org “Preaching in the Courthouse and Judging in the Temple” Victoria Saker Woeste, America Bar Foundation, email@example.com “Lawyering in the Shadow of Brandeis: Louis Marshall’s Constitutional Jurisprudence, 1900-1929” Sarah Barringer Gordon, University of Pennsylvania Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org “Quickeining: Secularlism, Women, and Legal Activism, 1975-1990” Commentator: Philip Goff, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, email@example.com The Craft of Legal History Seminar The Use of History in Constitutional Interpretation Chair: Robert Gordon, Yale University, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Gerard N. Magliocca, Indiana University, Indianapolis, email@example.com “Counterfactuals in Constitutional Interpretation: The Case of Huey P. Long” Reva Siegel, Yale University, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Role of Post-Ratification History in Constitution Interpretation” TBA Commentator: William Forbath, University of Texas, email@example.com Halfway Measures: U.S. and Canada’s Judicial Decisions against Racial Deed Restrictions, 1900-1950 Chair: Annette Gordon-Reed, New York Law School/Rutgers University, email adddres: Agordon@nyls.edu Panelists: Richard Brooks, Yale University, firstname.lastname@example.org (Carol M. Rose, coauthor) “Racing Property: Law, Norms, and Restrictive Covenants in the Segregation of 20th Century American Neighborhoods” Wendy Plotkin, Arizona State University, Wendy.Plotkin@asu.edu “‘Public Policy’ in the Racial Restrictive Covenant Cases in the U.S., 1900-1948” Isaac Crawford, email@example.com “‘Public Policy’ in the Racial Restrictive Covenant Cases in Canada, 1930-1950” Commentator: Paul Finkelman, Albany Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org The Rule of Law: Ancient and Modern Chair: Carl Landauer, Charles Schwab, email@example.com Panelists: Fred Miller, Bowling Green State University, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Rule of Law in Antiquity” Brian Tamanaha, St. John’s University, email@example.com “The Development of European Rule of Law Ideology” Michael Hoeflich, University of Kansas, firstname.lastname@example.org “The American Reception of the Rule of Law” Commentator: Audience The Role of Land in National-Local Relations: A Comparative Perspective Chair: Richard J. Ross, University of Illinois College of Law, email@example.com Panelists: Rebecca Hardin, University of Michigan, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Colonial History of Protected Area History and Management in Africa, in Relation to Concessions for Extractive Industry” Christopher Boyer, University of Illinois at Chicago, email@example.com “Working the Forests: Colonization, Development, and Community in Northern Mexico, 1950-1980” Tahirih V. Lee, Florida State University College of Law, firstname.lastname@example.org “Extended Land Leasing, Foreign Enclaves, and the Rise of Federalism and Local Politics in Early Twentieth Century China” Commentator: Claire Priest, Northwestern University, c- email@example.com Saturday C (2:15-4:00) Episodes in the History of Modern Territorialism Chair: Kal Raustiala, UCLA School of Law, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Ralf Michaels, Duke University School of Law, email@example.com “Globalizing Savigny? The State in Savigny’s Private International Law and the Challenge from Europeanization and Globalization” Teemu Ruskola, American University, firstname.lastname@example.org “An American Common Law of China: On the Colonial History of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction” Clyde Spillenger, UCLA School of Law, email@example.com “Territorialism and the Emergence of ‘Interstate Law’ in the Post-Civil War United States” Commentator: Mathias Riemann, University of Michigan Law School The Craft of Legal History Seminar Micro-Histories, Macro-Projects Chair: Laura Edwards, Duke University, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: John Witt, Columbia University, email@example.com “Lieber’s Code: Biography and Big Stories in the Law of War” Daniel Sharfstein, New York University, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Color Line” Emma Rothschild, Cambridge University, email@example.com “Bell alias Belinda: A Slave from Bengal in Scotland and Virginia” Commentator: Lawrence Friedman, Stanford University, firstname.lastname@example.org American Trials: Litigants, Lawyers, and Legal Strategies Chair: Ann Southworth, Case Western Reserve Law School, email@example.com Panelists: Constance Backhouse, University of Ottawa, Constance.Backhouse@uottawa.ca “Don’t You Bully Me; Justice I Want If There Is Justice To Be Had”: The Rape of Mary Ann Burton, London, Ontario 1907 Norman W. Spaulding, Stanford Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org “Professional Identity On Trial: Antebellum Legal Ethics Criminal Representation” Christopher Beauchamp, New York University Law School, email@example.com “Technology’s Trials: Patent Litigation in the United States Courts, 1865-1900” Commentator: Robert Weisberg, Stanford Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org Emerging Issues in Canon Law Chair: Edward Peters, University of Pennsylvania, email@example.com Panelists: R.H. Helmholz, University of Chicago, firstname.lastname@example.org “Conscience & the Medieval Canon Law: Evidence from the Court Records” Andreas Thier, University of Zurich, email@example.com “Law and Time in Medieval Canon Law: The Retroactivity of Laws and its Limitations in the Canonistical Discourse until the 14th Century” Stan Chodorow, University of California, San Diego, firstname.lastname@example.org “Reconsidering Gratian’s Legal Thought” Commentator: James Gordley, Boalt Hall School of Law, email@example.com Latin American Public Law Chair: Peter Reich, Whittier Law School, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Bob Cottrol, George Washington University, email@example.com “Equality and Slavery in Nineteenth-century Brazilian Constitutionalism” Ernst Pijning, Minot State University, firstname.lastname@example.org “How Pernicious is the Trade? Smuggling and the Law in Eighteenth- century Brazil” Juan Javier Del Granado, George Mason University, email@example.com “Law Sources and Interpretation in the History of Latin American Public Law” Commentator: Viviana Kluger, Buenos Aires, firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday D (4:15-6:00) Roundtable on Keith Whittington’s The Political Foundations of Judicial Supremacy Moderator: Michelle Landis Dauber, Stanford University, MLDauber@law.stanford.edu Panelists: Jack N. Rakove, Stanford University, email@example.com Leslie Friedman Goldstein, University of Delaware, firstname.lastname@example.org Barry Friedman, New York University School of Law, email@example.com Keith E. Whittington, Princeton University, firstname.lastname@example.org The Craft of Legal History Seminar Literature as Legal History Chair: Carla Spivack, Oklahoma City University, email@example.com Panelists: Jon-Christian Suggs, John Jay College, firstname.lastname@example.org “African American Literature as Legal History” Christopher Buccafusco, University of Chicago, email@example.com “‘Mischievous nonsense well calculated…to delude the vain, the weak, the foolish, and the superstitious’: Spiritualism, Literary Realism, and the Law of Wills in Late 19th-century America” Christopher Tomlins, American Bar Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org “Revolutionary Justice in Brecht, Conrad and Blake” Commentator: R. B. Bernstein, New York Law School, email@example.com American Indians and the Federal Government Chair: Peter Iverson, Arizona State University, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Kevin Gover, Arizona State University (Robert Clinton, coauthor), Kevin.Gover@asu.edu “The Reemergence of Federal-Tribal Treaty Making” Bethany Berger, University of Connecticut, email@example.com “Race-ing the Indian Tribe” Christian McMillen, University of Virginia, firstname.lastname@example.org “Making Indian Law” Commentator: Sid Harring, City University of New York, email@example.com Legal Issues in Feudal Society Chair: Paul Brand, Oxford University, firstname.lastname@example.org Panelists: Robert Stacey, University of Washington, email@example.com “Jews and the Law in England, 1154-1216” Dirk Heirbaut, University of Ghent, firstname.lastname@example.org “Feudalism in Galbert of Bruges” Joshua Tate, Southern Methodist University, email@example.com “The Writ of Quare Impedit and the Development of English Property Law, 1180-1250” Commentator: Emily Tabuteau, Michigan State University, firstname.lastname@example.org Crime and Punishment in Nineteenth-Century European Empires Chair: Jonathan Miller, Southwestern Law School, email@example.com Panelists: Lauren Benton, New York University, firstname.lastname@example.org “From Presidio to Penal Colonies: Spanish Imperial Geographies and Convict Transportation” Aniceto Masferrer Domingo, Universidad de Valencia, Derecho, Aniceto.Masferrer@uv.es “Legal Reform and Tradition in the Nineteenth Century. The Codification of Spanish Criminal Law in Imperial Context” Miranda Spieler, University of Arizona, email@example.com “Exile in the Non-City: The Legal Framework for Convict and Ex- convict Life in French Guiana 1852-1870” Commentator: Kif Augustine-Adams, Brigham Young University, firstname.lastname@example.org