Weekend Roundup

  • Congratulations to Karl Shoemaker on his appointment as the Robert F. and Sylvia T. Wagner Distinguished Faculty Chair from the College of Letters and Science at UW-Madison!
  • And to Sally Hadden, Western Michigan University, on her selection as a National Humanities Center Fellow for 2023-24, for what she describes as a work in progress with Maeva Marcus on “a prehistory of the earliest Supreme Court"!
  • Carlos Fernandez Salas, a lawyer currently pursuing a doctorate at Harvard University, will present in the Legal History Roundtable at Boston College Law School on Thursday, April 20 from 4:30pm to 5:45pm.
  • Georgetown Law observes the centennial of United States v. Thind (1923) on Thursday, April 20, at 5:30 PM.  Tejinder Singh, Sparacino PLLC; Sherally Munshi, Georgetown Law; and Sim J. Singh, The Sikh Coalition will “examine the intersections between Thind and race, caste, colonialism, its implications for religion and activism, and what we can learn from this history today.” 
  • The latest Newsletter of the Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit is available here.
  • ICYMI: "The Declaration of Breda” is expected to “fetch up to £600,000 ($749,000)” when Sotheby’s auctions it off (CNN).  Penn names first female law school dean in 170-plus year history (Philadelphia Inquirer).
Weekend Roundup is a weekly feature compiled by all the Legal History bloggers.

source http://legalhistoryblog.blogspot.com/2023/04/weekend-roundup_01052077737.html


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