Saturday, September 10, 2011

Weekend Round-Up

  • Fans of Barbara Babcock’s Woman Lawyer, a biography of Clara Foltz, can find the stops of her book tour this fall here.
  • A thoughtful story about Daniel Sharfstein’s The Invisible Line: Three American Families and the Secret Journey from Black to White appears in the on-line magazine Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Sharfstein will appear at George Mason University’s annual fall book festival, September 18-23, and the Southern Festival of Books, October 14-16, in Nashville, Tennessee.
  • The UK National Archives has expanded the license of the Anglo-American Legal Tradition (AALT) website at the University of Houston. Now available, free on line, are a variety of Privy Council materials, as well as documents on the Boston Tea Party, the boarding of the Ship Gaspee, the Stamp Act Riots, and the Seven Bishops Case in the King's Bench. Hat tip: H-Law.

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