Workshop: ASLH Early Career Virtual Workshop, June 30, 2024

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From the organizers:

Subject Fields: Law and Legal History

ASLH Early Career (Virtual) Legal History Workshop

Deadline for Applications:  June 30, 2024

The American Society for Legal History (ASLH) is delighted to announce a new virtual initiative – the Early Career (Virtual) Legal History Workshop – designed to provide support and intellectual community to early career scholars working in legal history, broadly defined.

Applications are invited from early career, pre-tenure scholars, publishing in English, who have completed PhDs or JDs (those working toward a JD/PhD must have completed the PhD).  Scholars with expertise in all chronological periods and geographical fields are encouraged to apply, as are scholars who may not (yet) identify as legal historians. Though time zones present a challenge, one of the goals of the ASLH’s virtual initiatives is to increase opportunities for engagement between international and U. S. based scholars.  With this in mind, we encourage international scholars to apply.

For more details, visit here.


Call for Panel Proposals: American Society for Legal History, March 15, 2024

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From the organizers:

“A friendly reminder that the deadline for panel proposals for this fall’s Annual Meeting in San Francisco is rapidly approaching (March 15).  Information on how to build a successful panel can be found here.

Only complete panel proposals will be accepted, with the exception of the session on Digital Legal History (which welcomes individual submissions). Scholars looking to build a panel may post their potential paper topics here. Senior scholars who are willing to chair and/or comment on a panel may register their interest and availability here. All proposals should be submitted through the Confex platform.

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco!

Karen Tani & Rowan Dorin (Program Committee Co-Chairs)”