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John Acevedo Colonial Innovations and Adaptations of the Common Law

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Kathryn Goldfarb

We will be discussing a paper by Kathryn Goldfarb of The University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology.

Law, Blood and other non-Durables: Theorizing the Temporality of Attachment in Japanese Child Welfare Placements

Wednesday 16 May 2012
at 5:00 p.m.
in The John Hope Franklin Room
(Social Science 224)

For a copy of the paper please contact the workshop coordinators at jacevedo@uchicago.edu or ndd@uchicago.edu.

Anyone requiring assistance or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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Deepa Das Acevedo & John F Acevedo

We will be discussing a co-authored paper by Deepa Das Acevedo of the Department of Anthropology and John F. Acevedo of the department of history.

Neither Cosmopolitan nor Parochial; Foreign Law Citation in the United States

Thursday 3 May 2012
at 5:00 p.m.
in Social Science 105

For a copy of the paper please e-mail John Acevedo (jacevedo@uchicago.edu) or Deepa Das Acevedo (ndd@uchicago.edu).

Please note that the date and location of this event have been changed to avoid conflict with the Fulton Lecture. Anyone requiring assistance or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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Dominique Charpin

Dominique Charpin, of the University of Paris, section des Sciences historiques et philologiques, École pratique des hautes études will deliver a paper to a joint session of the Law, Culture and Society and Ancient Societies Workshops.

The Archives of Alammush-nasir. an Example of Estate Managing in Babylonia, 18th century B.C.E.

Tuesday, 24 April
3:30 p.m.
Classics 21

There is no pre-circulated paper for this talk. Anyone requiring assistance or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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Fei-Hsien Wang

We will be discussing a paper by Fei-Hsien Wang of The University of Chicago, Department of History,
Did Copyright Exist in China before the Copyright Law of 1910? Internationalizing Legal Norms in Local Contexts.

Wednesday, 18 April
5:00 p.m.
The John Hope Franklin Room (Social Science 224)

For a copy of the paper e-mail Fei-Hsien Wang.

Anyone requiring assistance or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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Deepa Das Acevedo

We will be discussing a paper by Deepa Das Acevedo of The University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology,
Sovereignty Flux and the Case of Padmanabha’s Dasa, Kerala 1729-2011.

Wednesday, 11 April
5:00 p.m.
The John Hope Franklin Room (Social Science 224)

For a copy of the paper e-mail Deepa Das Acevedo (ndd@uchicago.edu).

Anyone requiring assistance or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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Toussaint Losier

We will be discussing a dissertation chapter by Toussaint Losier of the University of Chicago, Department of History

“Black Power Through the Law”: the Afro-American Patrolmen’s League and the Politics of Police Accountability, 1968-1976

Wednesday 14 March 2012
5:00 p.m.
The John Hope Franklin Room
(Social Science 224)

For a copy of the paper e-mail Toussaint at toussaint.losier@gmail.com or contact the workshop coordinators.

Anyone who needs assistant or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators John F. Acevedo (jacevedo@uchicago.edu) or Deepa Das Acevedo (ndd@uchicago.edu).

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Meghan Morris

The Law, Culture and Society and Caribbean Studies Workshops will be holding a joint session to discuss a paper by Meghan Morris of The University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology.

Reconsidering the Lawless Land: Legal and Economic Ordering in Colombia’s Banana Region

Wednesday 7 March 2012
4:30 p.m.
The John Hope Franklin Room
(Social Science 224)

For a copy of the paper e-mail jacevedo@uchicago.edu

Please note the earlier start time. Anyone requiring assistance or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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Daniel Lee

Hello,

We are pleased to announce that Daniel Lee of the University of Toronto, Department of Political Science will be presenting a paper:

“The Rights of Sovereignty and the Exercise Thereof”: The Civil-Law Origins of an Early Modern Constitutional Doctrine

Wednesday 22 February
5:00 p.m.
The John Hope Franklin Room
(Social Science 224)

There is no pre-circulated paper for this talk.

Anyone requiring assistance or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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John F. Acevedo

We are pleased to announce that we will be discussing a paper by John F. Acevedo of The University of Chicago, Department of History

Applying the Common Law During the Salem Witchcraft Trials

Wednesday, 15 February
5:00 p.m.
John Hope Franklin Room (Social Science 224)

For a copy of the paper e-mail the presenter at jacevedo@uchicago.edu.

Anyone requiring assistance or with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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