LEGAL HISTORY WORKSHOP
The Workshop offers a regular forum for scholars at Brown to engage the themes of law and legal history--broadly construed, We are open to all kinds of presentations: a prospectus of a project; a piece of writing in its preliminary stages; a set of sources that raises issues of methodology, etc.
GRADUATE COURSE IN LEGAL HISTORY
Spring 2018 Graduate Seminar: "Legal History: Methods and Approaches in Comparative Perspective"
LEGAL STUDIES READING GROUP
This seminar-style reading group provides a forum to explore diverse ways of knowing and inquiring about "law" in humanistic and social scientific academic research. We meet twice a semester over a shared reading of any attendee's choosing--whether a seminal text required for an exam or teaching, or a newer work.
GRADUATE STUDENT CONFERENCE
Thirds Annual Brown Legal Studies Graduate Student Conference
"LAW, LANGUAGE, AND THE ARCHIVE," April 27-28,2018 in Providence, Rhode Island