05 April 2018

SYMPOSIUM: Legal Histories of Policing and Surveillance (Stanford, 20 April 2018)

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Legal Histories of Policing and Surveillance

April 20, 2018
Sponsored by the Stanford Center for Law and History and Stanford Humanities Center
Location: Stanford Humanities Center
8:30 - 9 AM: Breakfast
Surveillance Technologies and Legal Culture, 9 - 10:30 AM
    • David Sklansky (Chair), Stanford Law School
    • Binyamin Blum, Hastings Law School
    • Lawrence Friedman, Stanford Law School
    • Mitra Sharafi, University of Wisconsin Law School
10:30 - 10:45 AM: Mid-morning break
Policing Intimate and Family Life, 10:45 AM - 12:30 PM
    • Estelle Freedman (Chair), Stanford History Department
    • Michael Grossberg, Indiana University History Department and Law School
    • Samuel Huneke, Stanford History Department
    • Elizabeth Katz, Stanford Law School
    • Naama Maor, University of Chicago History Department
12:30 - 1:30: Lunch
Broadening the State's Criminal Oversight Power, 1:30 - 3:15
    • George Fisher (Chair), Stanford Law School
    • Malcolm Feeley, Berkeley Law School
    • Elizabeth Hinton, Harvard University History and African and African American Studies Departments
    • Jacqueline Ross, University of Illinois College of Law
    • Jonathan Simon, Berkeley Law School
3:15 - 4 PM: Afternoon coffee break
Keynote, 4 - 5 PM
Michael Willrich, Brandeis University History Department
"Writ of Hocus Pocus": Anarchists and the U.S. Surveillance State
NOTE: Registration is on a first come, first served basis and seating is limited. Registration is required. Register here.

(source: Legal History Blog)

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