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Intellectual Life

Faculty Lectures and Awards

Speaker Series, 2011-2012

September 1
Scott Sullivan, Assistant Professor
Louisiana State University Law Center
Customary International Law 2.0

September 22
Ellen Deason, Joanne Wharton Murphy/Classes of 1965 and 1973 Professor in Law
Moritz College of Law, The Ohio State University
Elements of Institutional Design for Conflict Resolution: A Global Framework

February 6
Steven Ramirez, Professor
Loyola University Chicago School of Law (co-sponsored with the Wayne Morse Center)
Lawless Capitalism: The Subprime Crisis and the Case for an Economic Rule of Law

February 23
Gerald Torres, Bryant Smith Chair in Law
University of Texas School of Law
(co-sponsored with the University of Oregon Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program)
Changing the Wind: Notes Toward a Demosprudence of Social Movements

February 27
Ofer Raban, University of Oregon School of Lawl
Constitutionalizing Corruption: Citizens United, Its Conceptions of Political Corruption, and the Implications for Judicial Elections Campaigns

March 12
Reuel Schiller, Professor
University of California, Hastings College of Law
Forging Rivals: Race, Class, and the Decline of Postwar Liberalism

April 10
Rhonda Reaves, Associate Professor
Florida A & M University College of Law School
Workplace Grooming and Dress Codes:  A Property Law Perspective

April 18
Lyman Johnson, Robert O. Bentley Professor of Law
Washington and Lee University School of Law
Debarring Faithless Corporate and Religious Fiduciaries in Bankruptcy

April 25
Adele Morrison, Associate Professor
Wayne State University Law School
The Black/Gay Split and Same-Sex Marriage: A Critical Race Theory Intervention

May 4
Sean O’Connor, Professor
University of Washington School of Law
Title of Talk to be Announced

Law, Culture, and Humanities Initiative Speaker Series, 2011-2012

September 29
Hendrik Hartog, Class of 1921 Bicentennial Professor in the History of American Law and Liberty
Princeton University
Someday All This Will Be Yours: A History of Inheritance and Old Age

October 17
Antoinette Burton, Bastian Professor  of Global and Transnational Studies
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Hands and Feet: Phyllis Naidoo’s Impressions of Anti-Apartheid History

April 6

Robert Gordon, Professor
Stanford Law School and Yale Law School
Are Lawyers Friends of Democracy?


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