The Legal History Workshop presents Elizabeth Kamali (Harvard Law School), “The Horrible Sepulture of Mannes Resoun: Drunkenness and the Medieval English Common Law.” Please email Jamie Grischkan at jgrischkan at law.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event.
The workshop on “Administrating differences: Recent Scholarship on Indigenous and Afro-Latin America” will feature a discussion of Larissa Brewer García. Beyond Babel: Translations of Blackness in Colonial Peru and New Granada. Cambridge & New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020, with author present. Please email therzog at fas.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event.
The Legal History Workshop presents Thomas J. McSweeney (William & Mary Law School), "Writing the Common Law in Latin in the Late Thirteenth Century." Please email Jamie Grischkan at email@example.com if you wish to participate in this event.
Speaker: Covell Meyskens, Assistant Professor of Chinese History, Naval Postgraduate School
In 1964, the Chinese Communist Party made a momentous policy decision. In response to rising tensions with the United States and Soviet Union, a top-secret massive military industrial complex in the mountains of inland China was built, which the CCP hoped to keep hidden from enemy bombers. Mao named this the Third Front. The Third Front received more government investment than any other developmental initiative of the Mao era, and yet this huge industrial war machine,...
Legal history workshop presents Emanuele Conte (Università Roma Tre, Italy and EHESS, Paris), “Legal pluralism: from history to theory and back.” Please email Jamie Grischkan at jgrischkan at law.harvard.edu if you wish to participate in this event.