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American Society for Legal History Conference Session: “What’s in a Name?: Legal Status and Labor Discipline in the Global British Empire, 1600- 1750,” November 6, 2021 @ 10:45 am – 12:15 pm

November 6, 2021 @ 10:45 am - 12:15 pm

10:45 AM – 12:15 PM

What’s in a Name?: Legal Status and Labor Discipline in the Global British Empire, 1600- 1750 (Frenchman 2)

Chair: Philip Stern, Duke University (philip.stern@duke.edu), Commentator: Elizabeth Kolsky, Villanova University (elizabeth.kolsky@villanova.edu)

Jennifer Wells, George Washington University (jenniferwells@email.gwu.edu) The Company’s Law: Crafting Legal Status in South Asia

Keith Pluymers, Illinois State University (kdpluym@ilstu.edu)
Animal Ownership, Social Status, and Environmental Anxieties in Seventeenth-Century Bermuda

Lee Wilson, Clemson University (wilson1@clemson.edu)
Bonds of Empire: Chattel Slavery and Commerce in British America

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.

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November 6, 2021
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10:45 am - 12:15 pm
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