Vanderbilt Legal History ColloquiumVanderbilt Legal History Colloquium 2019-2020
The Vanderbilt Legal History Colloquium series is sponsored by the Vanderbilt College of Arts and Science.
Discussions are based on pre-circulated papers.
To sign up for the announcement list, please contact this year's Director Emily Greble
Oct. 21, 2019
Associate Professor of Law, Rabia Belt, Stanford University,
Title: "Outcasts from the Vote: Woman Suffrage, Disability, and the Law in the Long 19th-Century United States"
Location: 12:00 -2:00 pm, Buttrick Hall room 123
Nov. 12, 2019
Assistant Professor of History Aimee Genell, University of West GeorgiaDiscussion: Genell's book chapter: "Ab Imperio: From Privileged Provinces to Mandates,” which is part of a larger book project, titled: Empire by Law: The Ottoman Origins of the Mandates System in the Middle East, 1840-1923.
Location: 12:00 - 2:00 pm, Buttrick Hall room 123
Feb. 3, 2020
Professor of Roman Law, Cosimo Cascione, University of NaplesTitle: "Policing Rome, and the Empire" Location: Robert Penn Warren Center upstairs seminar room
March 9, 2020
Presidential Professor of Sociology and History, John Torpey, the Graduate Center City University of New York,Title: "Historical Origins and Consequences of Regional Differences" Location: TBD
March 16, 2020
Professor of Early Modern History, Stuart Carroll, York UniversityTitle: "The Use of the Law in Early Modern Italy" Location: Buttrick 123