Oct. 17, 2023 – Zion on the Mississippi: Imagining a Mormon Theodemocracy (Rachel St. John, University of California Davis History Department & Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences);
Oct. 31, 2023 – Guess Who’s Coming to Stanford: The Battle for the Desegregation of an Elite Law School (Gabrielle Braxton, Stanford Law School);
Nov. 14, 2023 – The Nation at Sea: Federal Courts and American Sovereignty in the Age of Revolution (Kevin Arlyck, Georgetown Law School);
Jan. 23, 2024 – The Hidden History of the Insanity Defense (Rabia Belt, Stanford Law School);
Feb. 6, 2024 – The Story of a Socialist Constable: Ramanand Tiwari, Police Radicalism, and Decolonization in India, 1942-1952 (Partha Pratim Shil, Stanford History Department);
Feb. 20, 2024 – Buried Treasure, Concealment, and the Medieval Archive (Tom Johnson, University of York History Department);
April 16, 2024 – Representing Justice: Aesthetics of Law & Visuals Arts in Italy during the Fascist Period (Luigi Lacchè, University of Macerata Department of Law);
May 7, 2024 – Gault’s Aftermath: Making Sense of “New” Juvenile Rights in California & Arizona (Doris Morgan Rueda, Stanford Center for Law & History);
May 21, 2024 – Natural Rights of Thought and Opinion: The First Amendment, Conscience, and Compelled Speech (Lael Weinberger, Stanford Law School).
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