Friday, June 16, 2017

Legal History at Law and Society

As many LHB readers are aware, the Law and Society Association hosts "Collaborative Research Networks" that sponsors panels for its annual meeting.  After the jump are the panels sponsored by the  Law and History CRN a next week's annual meeting in Mexico City.  H/t: Joanna Grisinger.

TUESDAY

Paper Session: Comparative History of Legal Cultures (Private Law)
Tue, 6/20: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 455, Danubio Tower (4th Floor)
·         Chair—Andrés Botero Bernal, Industrial University of Santander
·         Discussant—Dong Jiang, Renmin University of China 
·         A Comparison of the Ideas of Justice in the Republic and Mencius— Chi-Shing Chen, National ChengChi University 
·         A Missing Bell in Law, Métis History, and How Both Exist in Canadian Society—Signa Daum Shanks, Osgoode Hall Law School   
·         Domestic Abuse and the Law in Guatemala, 1964-1996--John Wertheimer, Davidson College 
·         Exclusion and Inclusion of the French Law on Neighboring Plots of Land in the Civil Codes of Quebec, Louisiana and Francophone Switzerland: Some Reflections on the Relation between Law and Society—Asya Ostroukh, University of the West Indies 

Author Meets Reader (AMR) Session: Susanna Blumenthal, Law and the Modern Mind: Consciousness and Responsibility in American Legal Culture  [CRN 44 session]
Tue, 6/20 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Imperio B (2nd Floor) 
·         Author – Susanna Blumenthal, University of Minnesota  
·         Readers:
o   Binyamin Blum, Hebrew University  
o   Nomi Maya Stolzenberg, University of Southern California Law School  
o   Martha Umphrey, Amherst College  

Roundtable Session: The Old Voter Suppression and the Cycles of American Electoral History Roundtable Session [CRN 44 session]
Tue, 6/20 10:00 AM - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 453, Danubio Tower (4th Floor) 
·         Chair – Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Indiana University  
·         Participant(s)
o   Guy-Uriel Charles, Duke University Law School  
o   Atiba Ellis, West Virginia University  
o   Luis Fuentes-Rohwer, Indiana University
o   Joshua Sellers, University of Oklahoma  
 
Paper Session: Comparative History of Legal Cultures (Public Law)
Tue, 6/20: 12:45 PM  - 2:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 455, Danubio Tower (4th Floor)
·         Chair – Dong Jiang, Renmin University of China   
·         Discussant – José Reinaldo de Lima Lopes, Faculty of Law, University of São Paulo 
·         Culture, the rule of law and the discourse of destiny: disrupted—Andra le Roux-Kemp, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong 
·         Impeachment in Brazil: what is legal, what is political?—Rafael Mafei R. Queiroz, University of São Paulo, Law School 
·         Justice in the Ibero-American World: from the Enlightenment to the Independence Age—Andréa Slemian, UNIFESP   
·         The revolutionary Constitution of 1917 in Mexico. From individual warrantees to social rights. 1917-1928.—Humberto Morales Moreno, Universidad Autonoma de Puebla 

Author Meets Reader: Carol Steiker & Jordan Steiker, Courting Death: The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment
Tue, 6/20: 12:45 PM  - 2:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Imperio C (2nd Floor)
·         Authors—Carol Steiker, Harvard Law School and Jordan Steiker, University of Texas School of Law   
·         Chair—Carol Steiker, Harvard Law School 
·         Readers:
·         Jeffrey Fagan, Columbia Law School   
·         Brandon Garrett, University of Virginia Law School   
·         Corinna Lain, University of Richmond School of Law  
·         Mona Lynch, University of California, Irvine  
·         Evan Mandery, John Jay College of Criminal Justice   
·         Tracey Meares, Yale Law School 

Paper Session: Histories and Futures: Perspectives on Law and Emotion
Tue, 6/20: 12:45 PM  - 2:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Caza B (3rd Floor)
·         Chair/Discussant—Dermot Feenan, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London   
·         Blackstone’s Tears: Mourning, Melancholia and the Legal Profession—Kathryn Temple, Georgetown University 
·         Moral Emotions in Athenian Political Trials—Susan Lape, University of Southern California   
·         Religious Feelings in a Legal Setting—Ute Frevert, MPI for Human Development, Center for the History of Emotions 




Paper Session: Corruption in South Asia, Past and Present [CRN 44 Session]
Tue, 6/20: 2:45 PM  - 4:30 PM –  Sheraton Maria Isabel Embajadores (3rd Floor)
·         Chair/Discussant—Andy Spalding, University of Richmond    
·         James Jaffe, University of Wisconsin, “Victims Define Corruption: Cases from Colonial India, ca. 1820”
·         Nicholas Abbott, University of Wisconsin–Madison, “Gifts, bribes, or the cost of doing business? Regulating rishvat in early colonial India”
·         Elizabeth Lhost, University of Chicago, “Philatelic Fraud and the Materiality of Law: Policing stamped paper in British India”
·         Mitra Sharafi, University of Wisconsin-Madison, “Corruption and Forensic Experts in late colonial India
·         Simanti Dasgupta, University of Dayton, “The Spectacle of Silence: “Evidence”, Morality and the Extrajudicial in Police Raids in Sonagachhi, India”

Author Meets Reader: Marcia Zug, Buying A Bride
Tue, 6/20: 2:45 PM  - 4:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Imperio C (2nd Floor)
·         Author—Marcia Zug, University of South Carolina School of Law   
·         Chair—Susan Appleton, Washington University School of Law   
·         Readers:
§  Gabriel Chin, UC Davis School of Law   
§  Jane Lilly Lopez, UC San Diego   
§  Stephen Simon, University of Richmond   
§  Marjorie Zatz, University of California, Merced   

Paper Session: Looking Back and Forward to Socio-Legal Studies: Perspectives from Japan
Tue, 6/20: 2:45 PM  - 4:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Colonia (2nd Floor)
·         Chair—Kota Fukui, Osaka University   
·         Discussant—Amy Huey-Ling Shee, National Chung Cheng University 
·         An Overview of Quantitative Socio-Legal Studies in Japan - Interdisciplinary Endeavor—Akira Fujimoto, Nagoya University   
·         As a Witness of Law and Social Change in Postwar Japan: Trajectory of the Japanese Socio-legal Studies and Current Issues—Iwao Sato, The University of Tokyo   
·         Historical Background of Socio-Legal Studies in Japan and the JASL—Hiroshi Takahashi, Kobe University   
·         Rethink the Concept of Property Right towards a Sustainable Society—Yoshiki Kurumisawa, Waseda University   
·         Socio-Legal Study of Disasters from the Japanese Experience—Takayuki Ii, Senshu University   
·         Transformation of the legal professional market in Japan: competition between "BENGOSHI” and other law-related professionals—Kota Fukui, Osaka University   




Plenary Session: Constitutionalism 100 Years After the Mexican Constitution
Tue, 6/20: 4:45 PM - 6:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Duque (2nd Floor)
·         Chair – Francisca Pou Gimenez, ITAM
·         Presenters:
·         Sarah Biddulph, Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne   
·         Héctor Fix-Fierro, Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas UNAM   
·         Roberto Gargarella, Universidad Tocuato di Tella    
·         Siri Gloppen, University of Bergen/CMI - Centre on Law & Social Transformation   
·         Mark Tushnet, Harvard University   

Law & History CRN Happy Hour
Tuesday, 6/20: 6:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. – Fiebre de Malta, Calle Río Lerma 156, Cuauhtémoc, 06500 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico.
·         Please come to an informal Law and History happy hour at the Fiebre de Malta (a beer-focused bar that serves food). It’s one block away from the conference hotel; http://www.fiebredemalta.com/v2/

WEDNESDAY

Paper Session: Performing Copyright: Intellectual Property Negotiations in the Dramatic Arts
Wed, 6/21: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Lerma, Reforma Tower (19th Floor)
·         Chair—Ann Goldberg, History Department--UC Riverside   
·         Discussant—Isabella Alexander, Law Faculty, University of Technology (Sydney)   
·         Joint Authorship in Dramatic Collaborations from the 19th Century to the Present—Mary LaFrance, William S. Boyd School of Law, UNLV
·         Networking Piracy, Criminalizing Infringement: Dramatic Works in Late 19th Century United States—Steven Wilf, Law School--University of Connecticut   
·         Performing Copyright: Intellectual Property Negotiations in the Dramatic Arts—Brent Salter, Yale   
·         The Body of Jesus Christ Superstar—Derek Miller, Harvard University   

Paper Session: Comparative History of Legal Education
Wed, 6/21: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 453, Danubio Tower (4th Floor)
·         Chair—Andrés Botero Bernal, Industrial University of Santander 
·         Discussant—Joshua Tate, SMU Dedman School of Law   
·         Early Modern Women and the Study of Law: The First ‘Legal Primer’ for Women (1751)—Laura Beck Varela, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid   
·         Legal Education in China: What We Need to Learn from the Last Three Decades—Dong Jiang, Renmin University of China   
·         Legal Education in the U.S. & Saudi Arabia: A comparative & Historical Study—Michael Hoeflich, University of Kansas School of Law and Awad Al Anzi, University of Kansas School of Law   
·         No Wall for Mosquitoes: Enduring Problems of Borders, Public Health, and Education—Polly Price, Emory Law School 

Paper Session: Indigenous Legal Arguments and Euro-American Law in Transnational Historical Perspective [CRN 44 Session]
Wed, 6/21: 12:00 PM  - 1:45 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Caza C (3rd Floor)
·         Chair/Discussant—Christopher Tomlins, University of California, Berkeley   
·         Nancy O. Gallman, University of California, Davis  Blood & Property: Laws of Murder and Robbery in the Early Southeastern Borderlands
·         Laurent Corbeil, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Corporate Citizenship: Indigenous Legal Culture on Colonial Urban Outskirts, New Spain
·         Karen Nielsen, Arizona State University  From the Doctrine of Discovery to the Animas River Release: “Open Veins” of Colonization in Navajo Nation
·         Gregory Ablavsky, Stanford Law School  The Failure of Federal Sovereignty: Native Peoples, Criminal Jurisdiction, and Legal Pluralism in the Early American Borderlands
·         Craig Yirush, UCLA  The Indigenous Rights Movement in British Columbia, 1900-1927

THURSDAY
Paper session: Discrimination and Belonging in American Law [CRN 44 Session]
Thu, 6/22: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Embajadores (3rd Floor)
·         Chair/Discussant—Mark Golub, Scripps College   
·         African American Suffrage and Mental Disability Over the Long 19th Century United States—Rabia Belt, Stanford Law School   
·         State and Federal Constitutional Revision and Female Suffrage, 1865-1920—Robinson Woodward-Burns, University of Pennsylvania 
·         “‘The self-containment of the bureaucracy’: The Civil Aeronautics Board and the Right to Participate—Joanna Grisinger, Northwestern University   

Author Meets Reader (AMR) Session – Catherine Fisk's Writing for Hire Unions, Hollywood, and Madison Avenue [CRN 44 Session]
Thu, 6/22: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 453, Danubio Tower (4th Floor)
·         Author – Catherine Fisk, University of California Irvine Law School 
·         Chair – Cesar Rosado, IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law   
·         Readers:
·         Matthew Dimick, University at Buffalo School of Law  
·         Cynthia Estlund, New York University   
·         Shubha Ghosh, Syracuse    
·         Laura Weinrib, University of Chicago   




Salon Session: Law and Diversity in Latin America and the Caribbean
Thu, 6/22: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM –Sheraton Maria Isabel Independencia (3rd Floor) - Table 11
·         Facilitator—Pooja Parmar, University of Victoria 
·         Static and Dynamic Elements of Judicial Decision Making and Legal Diversity in Bolivia—Lorena Ossio Bustillos, Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History   
·         The Legal Transfer of Vagrancy Legislation to Colonial Jamaica, 1865-1900—Helen McKee, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History   

Salon Session: Control through legal transfer, a hit and miss? The ambivalence of colonial legal policy within the British Empire
Thu, 6/22: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Independencia (3rd Floor) - Table 11
·         Facilitator – Pooja Parmar, University of Victoria   
·         The Legal Transfer of Vagrancy Legislation to Colonial Jamaica, 1865-1900—Helen McKee, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History   
·         The problems of indirect rule, a survey of treaties and sanads between the East India Company and Awadh, 1765-1856—Jean-Philippe Dequen, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History 
·         The Transplantation of common law in the British West Indies and the reverberations thereof, 1700-1900—Justine Collins, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History 

Roundtable Session: New Imaginings for Sociolegal Studies: Special Session Honoring the Work of Lawrence M. Friedman
Thu, 6/22: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM Sheraton Maria Isabel Angel A, Reforma Tower (19th Floor)
·         Chair—Masayuki Murayama, Meiji University 
·         Participants:
o   Lawrence Friedman, Stanford University Law School   
o   Joxerramon Bengoetxea, University of the Basque Country and Oñati Institute
o   Malcolm Feeley, University of California-Berkeley   
o   Alexandra Huneeus, University of Wisconsin   
o   Ajay Mehrotra, American Bar Foundation/Northwestern Law   
o   Mitra Sharafi, University of Wisconsin-Madison 
o   Héctor Fix-Fierro, Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas UNAM   

Paper Session: The Development of Law in Comparative Perspective
Thu, 6/22: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 460, Danubio Tower (4th Floor)
·         Chair—Joshua Tate, SMU Dedman School of Law   
·         Discussant—Andrés Botero Bernal, Industrial University of Santander 
·         Development of the Concept of Justice in Japan and China—Yasutomo MORIGIWA, Meiji University 
·         From “Rechtsleben” to “Lebensrecht”—On Life’s Victory over Law in the Pages of the Archive for Legal and Economic Philosophy, 1907-1933—Katharina Isabel Schmidt, Yale Law School   
·         Lessons from the history of judicial review of constitutional amendments in a context of political conflict: Colombia, 1954-2016—Mario Alberto Cajas Sarria, Universidad ICESI   
·         The Development of Law in a Comparative Perspective: the diverse influences upon British law in the nineteenth century—Catharine MacMillan, King's College London

Paper Session: New Directions in Constitutional History Paper Session
Thu, 6/22: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Reforma A, Reforma Tower (19th Floor)
·         Chair/Discussant—Joanna Grisinger, Northwestern University   
·         Best Practices in Social Control for Anticommunist Crusaders: The California Un-American Activities Committee, 1941–1971—Zac Stone, University of California, Irvine   
·         Clarifying Obscurity: Unearthing the Roots of an Influential Concept of Privacy—Patrick File, University of Nevada, Reno   
·         Constitutional Mutation and the Static myth—João Machado, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro   

Paper Session: Introducing Jury Trials in Argentina: Successes and Struggles
Thu, 6/22: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Constitucion C (2nd Floor)
·         Chair—Edmundo Hendler, U. of Buenos Aires   
·         Discussant—Shari Diamond, Northwestern U Law School/American Bar Foundation 
·         Beyond a Broad Appeal—Vanina Almeida, Asociación Argentina de Juicio por Jurados and Denise Bakrokar, Asociación Argentina de Juicio por Jurados (Non-Presenting Co-Authors: Mariana Bilinksi, ASOCIACIÓN ARGENTINA DE JUICIO POR JURADOS  and Natali Chizik, Asociación Argentina de Juicio por Jurados)   
·         FROM PREJUDICE TO EXPERIENCE: JURIES FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE JUDICIAL OPERATORS—Sidonie Porterie, Instituto de Estudios Comparados en Ciencias Penales y Sociales (INECIP)  and Aldana Romano Bordagaray, Instituto de Estudios Comparados en Ciencias Penales y Sociales (INECIP)   
·         Jury System from Scratch: Unanimity and Jury Trial Waiver in Salta, Argentina—Margaret Truesdale, Northwestern University School of Law   
·         Requiring Unanimity: The Fear of Jury Trials in Argentina—Natali Chizik, Asociación Argentina de Juicio por Jurados  and MARIANA BILINSKI, ASOCIACIÓN ARGENTINA DE JUICIO POR JURADOS  (Non-Presenting Co-Author(s) Vanina Almeida, Asociación Argentina de Juicio por Jurados  and Denise Bakrokar, Asociación Argentina de Juicio por Jurados)

Paper Session: The Development of Law in Comparative Perspective
Thu, 6/22: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 460, Danubio Tower (4th Floor)
·         Chair—Joshua Tate, SMU Dedman School of Law  
·         Discussant—Andrés Botero Bernal, Industrial University of Santander  
·         Development of the Concept of Justice in Japan and China—Yasutomo MORIGIWA, Meiji University   
·         From “Rechtsleben” to “Lebensrecht”—On Life’s Victory over Law in the Pages of the Archive for Legal and Economic Philosophy, 1907-1933—Katharina Isabel Schmidt, Yale Law School   
·         Lessons from the history of judicial review of constitutional amendments in a context of political conflict: Colombia,1954-2016.—Mario Alberto Cajas Sarria, Universidad ICESI   
·         The Development of Law in a Comparative Perspective: the diverse influences upon British law in the nineteenth century—Catharine MacMillan, King's College London   

Paper Session: Lawyering for Change: Historical and International Approaches [CRN 44 Session]
Thu, 6/22: 12:45 PM  - 2:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Constitucion A (2nd Floor)  
·         Chair/Discussant—Andrew Baer, University of Alabama at Birmingham 
·         From Mass Action to Class Actions: Prison Protest and Litigation in Michigan, 1973-2003—Bonnie Ernst, Northwestern University 
·         Losing Arguments—Dan Farbman, Harvard Law School 
·         Movement Lawyers in the Fight for Immigrant Rights—Sameer Ashar, University of California, Irvine School of Law   
·         Outside Struggle, Inside Negotiations: The Beverly Hills Bar Associations’ Entertainment Law Institute and the Shaping of Legal Discourse in New Hollywood—Peter Labuza, University of Southern California   
·         “Welfare Reform” 20 Years Later: Home Searches in San Diego County—Jonathan Markovitz, American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego and Imperial Counties 
  
CRN33 Book Introduction Session
Thu, 6/22: 12:45 PM  - 2:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Caza A (3rd Floor)

1.   Yoshitaka Wada, Ilam Valensky and Lesly Jacobs (eds.), Access to Health in Asia at the Era of Globalism (tentative) (UBC press, forthcoming).
2.   Sarah Biddulph, The Stability Imperative: Human Rights and Law in China (UBC Press, 2015)
3.   Marie Seong-Hak Kim (ed.), The Spirit of Korean Law: Korean Legal History in Context (Brill, 2015)
4.   Justine Guichard, Regime Transition and the Judicial Politics of Enmity: Democratic Inclusion and Exclusion in South Korean Constitutional Justice (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)
5.   Marco Bunte and Bjorn Dressel, Politics and Constitutions in Southeast Asia (Routledge, 2016).
6.   Anna Dobrovolskaia, The Development of Jury Service in Japan (Routledge, 2016)
7.   Katrin Blasek, Rule of Law in China: A Comparative Approach (Springer, 2015).
8.   Matthew Erie, China and Islam: The Prophet, the Party, and Law (Cambridge Univ. Press, 2016).
9.   Frank Roevekamp, Moritz Baelz, Hanns Guenther Hilpert, Cash in East Asia (Springer 2017)

·         Chairs:
·         Kay-Wah CHAN, Macquarie University   
·         Hiroshi Fukurai, University of California Santa Cruz   
·         Setsuo Miyazawa, University of California Hastings School of Law; Aoyama Gakuin University Law School 
·         Participants:
·         Sarah Biddulph, Melbourne Law School, The University of Melbourne   
·         Justine Guichard, University of Pennsylvania   
·         Yoshitaka Wada, Waseda Law School   
·         Kay-Wah CHAN, Macquarie University  
·         Hiroshi Fukurai, University of California Santa Cruz   
·         Chulwoo Lee, Yonsei University   
·         Setsuo Miyazawa, University of California Hastings School of Law; Aoyama Gakuin University Law School 

Salon Session: Punishment in Imperial Russia, the Soviet Union, and the post-Soviet Region
Thu, 6/22: 12:45 PM  - 2:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Independencia (3rd Floor) - Table 5
·         Facilitator—Naomi Murakawa, Princeton University   
·         Punishment of Rulers' Family Members and Intimates in Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union—Matthew Light, University of Toronto, Vincent Harinam, University of Toronto and (Non-Presenting Co-Author) Rosemary Gartner, University of Toronto    
·         Ukrainian crimes and Russian punishment : a case-study of legal prosecutions related to Crimea annexation—Nataliya Tchermalykh, The Graduate Institute, Geneva   

FRIDAY

Paper Session: Copyright Law and the Visual Paper Session [CRN 44 Session]
Fri, 6/23: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Reforma B, Reforma Tower (19th Floor)
·         Chair/Discussant—Brent Salter, Yale University
·         The Printed Map: Object of Copyright and Form of Authority in Eighteenth-Century Britain—Isabella Alexander, Law Faculty, University of Technology (Sydney) and Cristina S. Martinez, University of Ottawa   
·         Using Surrogates to Extend Copyright Protection in Cultural Heritage: A historical perspective from engravings to 3D printing—Andrea Wallace, CREATe, University of Glasgow & the National Library of Scotland 

Paper Session: Crime, Public Security, and Human Rights in Colonial and Post-Colonial Societies in Comparative Perspective Panel I
Fri, 6/23: 8:00 AM  - 9:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 454, Danubio Tower (4th Floor)
·         Chair—George Bisharat, UC Hastings College of the Law
·         Discussant—Roberto Kant de Lima, Federal University of Fluminense 
·         Derechos Humanos y Activismos. El análisis de la noción “violencia institucional” qua categoría política local—Maria Victoria Pita, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas - Universidad de Buenos Aires   
·         Impeachment, Dispute Resolution and Citizenship in Brazil—Luis Roberto Cardoso de Oliveira, University of Brasilia   
·         The Making and the Unmaking of the Palestinian legal system within the Colonized Palestinian Context—Reem Al-Botmeh, Birzeit University   

Paper Session: Systems of Judicial Decision Making and their Dynamic: Historical Perspectives on the Transformation of Institutions, Processes, and Rationalities
Fri, 6/23: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Embajadores (3rd Floor)
·         Chair(s)—Peter Collin, Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History   
·         Stefan Kroll, Goethe University Frankfurt 
·         Discussant—Sara Dezalay, Cardiff School of Law and Politics
·         From Supervising Financial Markets to Protecting Speculators: Stock Market Courts of Honor in Germany, 1896 – 1928—Peter Collin, Max-Planck-Institute for Europaen Legal History   
·         Legal diversity, authorities and non-state actors in South Africa: A critical analysis—Letlhokwa George Mpedi, University of Johannesburg 
·         Legal experts, analogies, and normative change--Stefan Kroll, Goethe University Frankfurt 
·         Responses to Mass Violence: Managing the Tension between the Universal and the Particular—Sara Dezalay, Cardiff School of Law and Politics  and Ron Levi, University of Toronto; Non-Presenting Co-Author Philipp Kastner, University of Western Australia   
·         Static and Dynamic Elements of Judicial Decision Making and Legal Diversity in Bolivia—Lorena Ossio Bustillos, Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History 
·         The Failure of the Tribunal of the British Commonwealth of Nations: Sovereignty and the Conflict between International and Constitutional law—Donal Coffey, Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History   

Author Meets Reader: Ahmed White, The Last Great Strike: Little Steel, The CIO, and the Struggle for Labor Rights in New Deal America (University of California Press, 2016)
Fri, 6/23: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Caza C (3rd Floor)
·         Author—Ahmed White, Colorado Law School   
·         Chair—James Pope, Rutgers Law School - Newark   
·         Readers:
o   Charlotte Garden, Seattle University School of Law   
o   Benjamin Levin, Harvard Law School  
o   Christopher Tomlins, University of California, Berkeley   
o   Rebecca Zietlow, University of Toledo College of Law   

Paper Session: The Interlocking Dimensions of Crimmigration
Fri, 6/23: 10:00 AM  - 11:45 AM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Angel A, Reforma Tower (19th Floor)
·         Chair/Discussant—Christopher Lasch, University of Denver Sturm College of Law   
·         "The Legal and Political Determinants of Sanctuary Policies"—Lisa Martinez, University of Denver  (Non-Presenting Co-Author: Christopher Lasch, University of Denver Sturm College of Law)
·         Preparing Teachers in the United States to Help Youth Resist Crimmigration and Dehumanization—Maria del Carmen Salazar, University of Denver  
·         The criminalized immigrant other: Troubling the strategies that provide the opportunity for dehumanization immigrants by nation states—Debora Ortega, University of Denver Latino Center for Community Engagement and Scholarship   
·         The Long History of Juan Crow—Tom Romero II, University of Denver   

Revolution, Internationalism and Solidarity: The Bulletin, The Human, The Manifesto, The Revolutionary, and The Film
Fri, 6/23: 12:45 PM  - 2:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Sala 460, Danubio Tower (4th Floor)
·         Chair—Illan Wall, University of Warwick
·         Discussant—Matt Craven, SOAS   
·         Decolonizing the Future—Vasuki Nesiah, NYU Gallatin   
·         International Solidarity and Culture: The Tricontinental Bulletin—Anna Bernard, King's College London  
·         The Battle of Algiers Today: international Law and the Routinization of Liberation Struggles—Hani Sayed, American University in Cairo, Department of Law  
·         The Righteous Revolutionary in International Law: Aretaic Legality?—Vidya Kumar, Leceister Law School, University of Leicester  
·         The Humanity of Frantz Fanon—Ayca Cubukcu, London School of Economics 

Paper Session: The Transmission of Legal Knowledge
Fri, 6/23: 2:45 PM  - 4:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Terraza (3rd Floor)
·         Chair—Rafael Mafei R. Queiroz, University of São Paulo, Law School   
·         Discussant—José Reinaldo de Lima Lopes, Faculty of Law, University of São Paulo   Bar associations and the circulation of legal knowledge: Argentina and Brazil, 1917-1943—Mariana de Moraes Silveira, University of São Paulo   
·         Historia del Derecho y perspectiva comparada. Análisis desde la experiencia cubana—Fabricio Mulet, U.N.A.M.   
·         The Need for a "True Chief": Losing Faith in Representative Assemblies in the Interwar Atlantic—Noah Rosenblum, Yale Law School/ Columbia University 
·         The Transmission of Constitutional Law: Stockdale v. Hansard in the Colonies—Lyndsay Campbell, University of Calgary  

Author Meets Reader: Michelle McKinley, Fractional Freedoms: Slavery, Intimacy, and Legal Mobilization in Colonial Lima, 1600-1700 (Cambridge University Press, 2016)  [CRN 44 Session]
Fri, 6/23 4:45 PM - 6:30 PM – Sheraton Maria Isabel Angel C, Reforma Tower (19th Floor)
·         Author—Michelle McKinley, University of Oregon  
·         Chair—Anne Twitty, University of Mississippi
·         Readers:
·         Laura Gomez, UCLA   
·         Christopher Tomlins, University of California, Berkeley   
·         Kim Welch, Vanderbilt University
·         Michele Stephens, West Virginia University  

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