Schedule - 2012-2013
All meetings at the National Humanities Center, 4-6, unless otherwise noted. Individuals who would like to attend a give sessions should contact Sandi Payne Greene to obtain a copy of the paper.
Sept. 21,2012: Daniel Bessner, History Graduate Student, Duke University
“’We Shall Repeal the Twentieth Century’: Murray Rothbard and the Making of Radical Libertarianism”
Oct. 19, 2012: David Gilmartin, Professor of History, North Carolina State University
“The Paradox of Patronage: Influence, Dealing, and Moral Character in mid-20th century Indian Election Law"
Nov. 16, 2012: Emiliano Corral, Graduate of UNC Law School and recent Ph.D. recipient, University of Chicago
"Legal Culture as Impetus to Action: The Gary Code and Progressive-Era Capitalism." (PLEASE NOTE – seminar at UNC-Chapel Hill Law School)
Dec. 7, 2012: Linda Rupert, Assistant Professor of History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
“'Henceforth al slaves who seek refuge in my domains shall be free': Spanish Royal Decrees regarding Inter-imperial Marronage in the Eighteenth-Century Caribbean." (jointly sponsored with the Triangle Early American History Seminar)
Jan. 18, 2013: Cynthia Greenlee, History Graduate Student, Duke University
" 'A Most Offensive Outrage against One So Young': Defining Childhood and Sexual Harm in South Carolina's Criminal Courts, 1885-1905."
Feb. 15 , 2013: Verena Kasper-Marienberg, Institut fuer Geschichte, Karl Franzens Universitaet Graz
"Jewish Cases at an Early Modern Supreme Court: A Source for Legal and Gender History" (jointly sponsored with the Triangle Jewish Studies Seminar – PLEASE NOTE, seminar at noon, location TBA)
April 5, 2013: Steven Usselman, Professor, School of History, Technology, and Society, Georgia Tech University April 5 "Antitrust as Technology Policy: The Case of Computing."
April 19, 2013: Madeline Zelin, Dean Lung Professor of Chinese Studies and Professor of History, Columbia University, ““The Contested Role of Law in China’s First Commercial Law Regime”