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American Society for Legal History Conference Session: “Empire and Racial Identities in the Common Law World,” November 6, 2021 @ 4:15 – 5:45 pm

November 6, 2021 @ 4:15 pm - 5:45 pm

4:15 PM – 5:45 PM

Empire and Racial Identities in the Common Law World (Pelican 1)

Chair: Randy Sparks, Tulane University (rsparks1@tulane.edu), Commentator: Laura Rosanne Adderley, Tulane University (adderley@tulane.edu)

Tim Soriano, University of Illinois at Chicago (tsoria2@uic.edu) Legal Plurality and Black Agency in Early British Honduras

Justine Collins, Tilburg University (J.Collins@tilburguniversity.edu)
The Role of Legislation in Racial Identities Within the English Atlantic World 1640s-1700s

Inge Van Hulle, Max Planck Institute of Legal History and Legal Theory (i.vanhulle@uvt.nl) African Lawyers and the Subversive Uses of Legal Entanglements: The Case of the Gold Coast and Lagos (1880-1920)

Note from the organizers: We are very excited about the upcoming program our program committee has developed, and wanted to make sure a working link to the conference schedule reached your inbox. So please, take a moment to look at the terrific panels and other events on tap this year at the 2021 ASLH annual conference. Additionally, we know the course of the COVID-19 pandemic can change rapidly. New Orleans policies are detailed here. The Society is committed to updating the 2021 ASLH annual conference webpage as such information comes to us. We invite you to check back often for additional updates.


November 6, 2021
4:15 pm - 5:45 pm
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