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22 Apr 2013, 4:07 am by Alfred Brophy
It's my pleasure to announce that Matthew Crow is stepping into the Faculty Lounge to sit with us for a spell. [read post]
17 Nov 2016, 9:25 am
Matthew Crow, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, is publishing Thomas Jefferson, Legal History, and the Art of Recollection (Cambridge University Press, 2017). [read post]
13 Apr 2017, 9:00 am by Karen Tani
A few blurbs:'Matthew Crow's book is a dazzling achievement, deepening and expanding our understanding of Jefferson's conception of the meaning of his (and his nation's) past. [read post]
12 Apr 2017, 10:36 am by Alfred Brophy
From Cambridge University Press comes news of a very exciting book that I hope to read soon -- Matthew Crow's Thomas Jefferson, Legal History, and the Art of Recollection. [read post]
28 Jul 2015, 2:59 am by Alfred Brophy
Our next contribution to the Go Set a Watchman blog symposium is by Matthew Crow, who is a history professor at Hobart and William Smith College, where he writes and teaches on the history of political thought: "You balanced the equities, didn't you? [read post]
23 Apr 2013, 7:30 am by Karen Tani
Matthew Crow (Hobart and William Smith Colleges) is guest blogging over at the Faculty Lounge this month and has posted some thoughts on the recent "Legal Theory and Legal History: A Neglected Dialogue?" [read post]
8 Nov 2013, 9:19 pm by Karen Tani
The Law and History Review is kind of a big deal, according to Google Scholar.Over at the Faculty Lounge, Matthew Crow (Hobart and William Smith Colleges) has posted History Against the Day: A Review of Freedom Bound by Christopher Tomlins and River of Dark Reams by Walter Johnson. [read post]
9 Jun 2014, 4:56 am by Alfred Brophy
 There are a lot of discussants, including University of Pennsylvania history and law professor Mary Frances Berry and Michigan State Univeristy law professor Matthew Fletcher. [read post]
19 Jun 2008, 12:02 am
.), but visiting home is already fraught with so much tension, that I could not bear to invite your further disdain by admitting that I luuurrrved such crappy bands as Dave Matthews Band, Coldplay, Counting Crows, Better Than Ezra, Live, Goo Goo Dolls, and holy mackerel, Dexter Freebish. [read post]
15 Aug 2014, 9:30 pm by Dan Ernst
  It will appear in the Yale Law JournalFrom the Junto: Matthew Crow (Hobart and William Smith Colleges) on Thomas Jefferson and Public Historiography.From the Canadian Legal History Blog: a tentative fall schedule for the Osgoode Society Legal History Group and information about what to do if you'd like to be considered for one of the remaining workshop slots.For your end-of-summer reading pleasure: Books&Ideas.net has compiled a selection of essays "in… [read post]
15 Jan 2009, 7:25 am
Cristine Soliz, Colorado State University, Pueblo, and Harold Joseph have published "Native American Literature, Ceremony, and Law," in MLA Options for Teaching Literature and Law (Austin Sarat, Cathrine Frank & Matthew Anderson, eds., 2009). [read post]
15 May 2015, 12:00 pm by Dan Ernst
Javier Ortiz, Matthew Dick, and Sara Rankin, Seattle University School of Law, have posted The Wrong Side of History: A Comparison of Modern and Historical Criminalization Laws. [read post]
20 Dec 2010, 9:19 am by Matt Johnston
"Hard to Handle" by The Black Crows 13. [read post]
11 May 2015, 1:50 am by Lawrence Solum
The brief focuses on five historical laws and modern anti-homeless ordinances through case studies: Vagrancy; Anti-Okie, Jim Crow, Ugly, and Sundown Town laws. [read post]
22 Feb 2013, 7:14 am
  Plaintiffs allege that VAT has a direct financial interest in Carey Tavern, as do Matthew and Valerie Schachte. [read post]
5 Nov 2013, 8:40 am by Matthew Crow
 Matthew Crow, Hobart and William Smith Colleges  Freedom Bound: Law, Labor, and Civic Identity in Colonizing English America, 1580-1865. [read post]
31 Jul 2015, 9:30 pm by Karen Tani
A post by historian Matthew Crow (Hobart and William Smith College) is here.Weekend Roundup is a weekly feature compiled by all the Legal History bloggers. [read post]