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Archive for the Tag 'Criminal Law'

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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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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Rachel Jean-Baptiste

We are pleased to announce that we will be discussing a paper by Rachel Jean-Baptiste of The University of Chicago, Department of History.

“Faire Bon Ami” (To Be Good Friends): Sex, Instrumentality, Pleasure, and Punishment

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

For a copy of the paper e-mail Rachel Jean-Baptiste at rjeanbaptiste@uchicago.edu.

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

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Lee Cabatingan

We will be discussing a dissertation proposal by Lee Cabatingan, of The University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology.
Cuban Disjunctures: Socialist Law in a Post-Soviet Society.

Wednesday, 19 October
at 5:00 p.m.
in The John Hope Franklin Room
(Social Science 224)

For a copy of the paper e-mail the presenter at leecab@gmail.com

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

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Jessica Neptune

We will be discussing a dissertation chapter draft by Jessica Neptune of The University of Chicago, History Department

Warring on Poverty is Warring on Crime: The Problem of Crime in the Great Society, 1964-1968

Wednesday 1 December 2010
at 5:00 p.m.
in the John Hope Franklin Room
(Social Science 224)

For a copy of the paper please contact the presenter directly.

Anyone with questions should contact the workshop coordinators.

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John F. Acevedo

We will be discussing a paper by John F. Acevedo of The University of Chicago Department of History,

The Ideological Origins of the Right to Counsel

Wednesday 2 June
at 5:00 p.m.
in the 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 about the workshop should contact the workshop coordinators.

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Carly Schuster

We will be discussing a dissertation chapter by Carly Schuster of the University of Chicago Anthropology Department
On “mau” cars: legal arbitrage, vehicle registration, and the “irregular” used car market in Paraguay

on Wednesday 18 November
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.

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