The University of Akron School of Law has announced a major conference:
October 19, 2007
This one-day symposium will bring together legal scholars and historians to focus on modern scholarship reviving and recreating the field of women's legal history. The broad theme reaches the diverse array of topics that form the base of recent work in gender and legal history. The annual symposium is part of the tradition growing out of The University of Akron's Constitutional Law Center, one of only four such national centers established by Congress. Past symposia in the center series have included "John Bingham and the Meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment" and "Education and the Constitution: Shaping Each Other and the Next Century."
Confirmed speakers include:
Reva Siegel, Yale University
Taunya Lovell Banks, The University of Maryland
Felice Batlan, Chicago-Kent College of Law
Mary L. Clark, American University Washington College of Law
Jane De Hart, University of California, Santa Barbara
Jill Elaine Hasday, University of Minnesota
Cynthia Hawkins-Leon, Stetson University College of Law
Bernie D. Jones, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Serena Mayeri, University of Pennsylvania Law School
Mae C. Quinn, University of Tennessee
Tracy A. Thomas, The University of Akron School of Law
Dr. Leigh Ann Wheeler, Bowling Green State University
Tracey Jean Boisseau, The University of Akron Department of History
Jane Campbell Moriarty, The University of Akron School of Law
For questions or further information please contact Misty D. Franklin at 330-972-6456 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The conference website is here.
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