Legal History Colloquium

Professor David Golove
Professor Daniel Hulsebosch

Fall 2021
Alternate Wednesdays 2:10-4:10 p.m.
Vanderbilt Hall, Room 202

LAW-LW.11160.001
2 credits

The colloquium will alternate between public and private sessions. In the public sessions, the colloquium will discuss works-in-progress by historians or legal scholars. In the private sessions, the moderators and students will discuss reading materials that provide context for the upcoming public papers. Students will submit response papers before each public session.

Fall 2021 Schedule of Presenters

 
September 15

Amanda Frost, The Bronfman Distinguished Professor of Law and Government, American University Washington College of Law

“By Accident of Birth”: The Battle Over Birthright Citizenship after United States v. Wong Kim Ark

September 29

Kevin Arlyck, Associate Professor, Georgetown University Law Center

A Nation at Sea: The Federal Courts and American Sovereignty in the Age of Revolution            

October 13

H. Timothy Lovelace, Duke University School of Law, Professor of Law and John Hope Franklin Research Scholar

South of Jim Crow

October 27

Christopher L. Brown, Professor of History, Columbia University, Department of History

Antislavery in the Age of Rights

November 10

Serena Mayeri, Professor of Law and History, University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School

The Status of Marriage: Marital Supremacy Challenged and Remade, 1960-2000

November 24

Jamie Grischkan, Samuel I. Golieb Fellow, NYU School of Law

The Long Afterlife of the Holding Company: Corporate Power and Regulatory Governance in the Twentieth Century

December 1

Alex H. Loomis, Associate, Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP

The Case For Extraterritorial Congressional Power