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INTERACTIONS – LAW, TEXT, HISTORY (English)


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APRIL 16, 2010
From the conference: "Law as...": Theory and Method in Legal History
April 16-17, 2010
University of California, Irvine

Welcome and Introduction: Catherine Fisk (Law, UC Irvine) 

Session 1: INTERACTIONS – LAW, TEXT, HISTORY
Chair Dirk Hartog (History, Princeton) 
Presentation of Papers

Steven Wilf (Law, Connecticut), “Law/Text/Past”, delivered by Christopher Tomlins (Law, UC Irvine) 

Norman Spaulding (Law, Stanford), “On the Interdependence of Law, History and Memory”

Kunal Parker (Law, Miami), “Common Law Thought and the Problem of History” 

Marianne Constable (Rhetoric, UC Berkeley), “‘In the Name of the Law’: Law as Claim to Justice”


Commentary and Discussion
Commentator: Christopher Tomlins (Law, UC Irvine) 

Author:
Catherine Fisk
Title:
Professor
Department:
Law
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