Originally written by Serena Mayeri, University of Pennsylvania. Please direct all inquiries to her. - R. B. Bernstein
Kathryn T. Preyer Scholars: Call for Papers, 2015
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"Blackstone's Commentaries: A Work of Art?"
An exhibition talk by
Cristina S. Martinez, PhD
University of Ottawa
Friday, April 17, 2015
Room 122, Yale Law School
127 Wall Street, New Haven CT
I am informed that my obituary for Prof. Stanley I. Kutler requires a correction to the second half of the second paragraph. It should read as follows:
"He taught briefly at Penn State University (instructor, 1960-1962) and then at San Diego State College (assistant professor 1962–1964). In 1980, he joined the faculty of the University of Wisconsin (associate professor 1964-1970, professor of history 1970–1990), occasionally teaching as well in the law school, until his retirement in 1990."
I apologize for the error.
R. B. Bernstein