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The program of the 48th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, to be held in Houston (8-11 November) is now available.
We point your attention to the panel The Secularization of Criminal Law in Europe (17th-19th Centuries): A Critical and Comparative Analysis, featuring Renée Lettow Lerner, Jacob Giltaij, Pim Oosterhuis, Yves Cartuyvels, Heikki Pihlajamäki and Aniceto Masferrer, or to the panel Crossing the Atlantic: 'Constitutional Ideas Travelling in Early Constitutionalism', with Ulrike Müssig, Judithanne Scourfield McLauchlan, Michal Galedek, Bodie Ashton and Marcin Byczyk, Nationality in the Nineteenth-Century Mediterranean with Fahad Bishara, Will Hanley, M'hamed Oualdi and Jessica Marglin, Common Law versus French Law, with Peter Johnstone, Gwenaël Guyon, Sylvain Soleil and David Gilles.
Tamar Herzog, whose Short History of European Law has been announced on our blog, will be the focus of a meet-the-author-session.
This is of course only a restricted and limited selection of a widely encompassing and fascinating programme !
(source: Legal History Blog)