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Vanderbilt Legal History Colloquium 2016-2017

Vanderbilt Legal History Colloquium 2016-2017 Participants:

October 7
Philip Thai (Northeastern University)
"Coastal Trafficking, Underground Markets, and Symbiotic Economies in Socialist China"
3:10 pm, Buttrick 123

November 7
Sara McDougall (John Jay College of Criminal Justice and CUNY Graduate Center)
"Bastards and Thrones in Medieval Europe, c. 800-c. 1230"
3:10 pm, Buttrick 123

November 30
Crystal Feimster (Yale University)
"Rape and Mutiny at Fort Jackson During the American Civil War"
3:10 pm, Benson 200

December 7
Carla Masi Doria (University of Naples Federico II)
"Freedwomen and the Senatus Consultum Claudianum: Gender, Status, and Law in the Roman Empire"
3:10 pm, Benson 200 

February 16
Marion Katz (New York University)
"Who Does the Cooking? Contract and Ethics in Classical Islamic Law"
3:10 pm, Buttrick 306

February 21
Ariela Gross (University of Southern California)
"Comparing Law, Race, Slavery, and Freedom in the Americas: Freedom Suits in the
Age of Revolution in Cuba, Louisiana, and Virginia, 1763-1803"
3:10 pm, Buttrick 123

April 12
Annabel Brett (University of Cambridge)
"The Ends of Sovereignty"
3:10 pm, Buttrick 123

Fall 2016.

Spring 2017.