Tuesday, September 23, 2008

USC Center for Law, History and Culture -- fall workshops

The fall schedule for workshops at the USC Center for Law, History and Culture can be found here.

September 4
Daphne Barak-Erez (Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University)
Topic: "Symbolic Constitutionalism: On Sacred Cows and Abominable Pigs."
Professor Barak-Erez will also address her book entitled, "Outlawed Pigs: Law, Religion and Culture in Israel."
September 10
Hiroshi Motomura (UCLA School of Law)
Topic: "Immigration Outside the Law."
September 24
Hilary Schor (USC English Department, USC Law School)
Topic: "Maidens Choosing": George Eliot, Curiosity, and the Law.
October 22
Renee Romano (Oberlin College, History Department)
Topic: " Do It Cause It's Good for Business": The Edgar Ray Killien Trial, Heritage Tourism, and Packaging History in Neshoba County, Mississippi."

November 5
Karen Cunningham (UCLA, Department of English)
Topic: "The Inns of Court and Shakespearean Comedy."
November 19
Nahshon Perez (Visiting at UCLA Dept. of Political Science and Israel Studies)
Topic: tba.

Unless otherwise indicated, workshops are in room 118/120 of the Law School from 12:20 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

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