All talks are from 4:20 to 6:20 in Redstone 410.
- Thursday, February 2nd
Clifford Ando, David B. and Clara E. Stern Professor; Professor of Classics, History and Law, Department of Classics, University of Chicago, “The Emergence of a Notion of Sovereignty over Territory in Roman Public Law”.
- Thursday, February 16th
Samuel Moyn, Jeremiah Smith, Jr. Professor of Law and Professor of History Harvard University, “The Second Bill of Rights: A Reconsideration”.
- Thursday, March 2nd
Jo Guldi, Assistant Professor, Southern Methodist University, Dedham College of Humanities and Sciences, “The Legal Revolution of Land Reform and the Changing Language of Property, 1820-1917“.
- Thursday, March 23rd
Amalia Kessler, Lewis Talbot and Nadine Hearn Shelton Professor of International Legal Studies and Professor of History, Stanford University, “Inventing American Exceptionalism: The Origins of American Adversarial Legal Culture, 1800-1877″.
- Thursday, March 30th
Nara Milanich, Professor of History, Department of History, Barnard College, Who’s Your Daddy?: The Science and Law of Paternity in the Twentieth Century.
- Thursday, April 13th
Gregory Ablavsky, Assistant Professor of Law, Stanford University Law School, “The Rise of Federal Title”.
- Emma Teng, MIT School of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
- David Armitage, Harvard University
- Jennifer Pitts, University of Chicago
- Gregory S. Alexander, Cornell University School of Law
- Saul Cornell, Fordham University
- Karen Tani, University of California-Berkeley, Boalt Hall School of Law
- Oren Bracha, University of Texas School of Law
- William E. Forbath, University of Texas, Austin School of Law
- Josh Chafetz, Cornell University School of Law
- Chris L. Tomlins, University of California, Boalt Hall School of Law
- Tamar Herzog, Harvard University
- Lauren A. Benton, New York University
- James Q. Whitman, Yale Law School
- Ariela Gross, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
- Jedediah Purdy, Duke Law School
- Jed Shugerman, Harvard Law School
- “Jews, Law, and Identity Politics,” William Forbath, The University of Texas at Austin School of Law
- Sara McDougall, John Jay College, CUNY, History Department
- Logan E. Sawyer, University of Georgia School of Law
- “Exits: Forming International Rules on Expatriation,” Lucy Salyer, University of New Hampshire History Department
- “The Last Days of the Warren Court,” Laura Kalman, University of California Santa Barbara History Department
- “The Baseball Trust: Baseball’s First Antitrust Crisis, 1912-1916,” Stuart Banner, UCLA School of Law
- “Birth, Belief, and Blood: Allegiance during the American Civil War,” Michael Vorenberg, Brown University History Department
- “Reproductive Medicine in the Legal Shadows: Artificial Insemination, 1890-1945,” Kara Swanson, Northeastern University Law School
- “The Enclosure of Justice: Courtroom Architecture, Due Process, and the Dead Metaphor of Trial,” Norman Spaulding, Nelson Bowman Sweitzer and Marie B. Sweitzer Professor of Law, Stanford Law School
- Selections from The People’s Courts: The Rise of Judicial elections and judicial Power in America, Jed Shugerman, Harvard Law School
- “Recasting the Canon of Family Law,” Jill Hasday, Univ. Minnesota Law School
- “The Bomb-Proof Power,” Michele Landis Dauber, Stanford Law School
- “Can ‘Necessitous Men’ Ever be Free? Exigency, Security, and the American Political Constitution,” Tommy Crocker, Univ. of South Carolina School of Law
For more information, please contact any of the following faculty members: