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ASLH publishes Law & History Review through the Cambridge University Press. The journal is available online via the History Cooperative and JSTOR.

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H-Net Jobs Guide for Legal and Constitutional History

LAW AND LEGAL HISTORY

Norwegian University of Science and Technology - 1 PhD position within the project The high seas and the deep oceans: Representations, resources and regulatory governance (3ROceans)
http://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=53670

University of Toronto - Scarborough - Assistant Professor, Women and Gender Studies
http://www.h-net.org/jobs/job_display.php?id=53639

Long- and Short-Term Fellowships at the Folger Shakespeare Library

www.folger.edu/fellowships

The Folger Institute in Washington, D.C. is now accepting applications to its Fellowship Program.  Each year, the Folger awards approximately five long-term fellowships and forty-five short-term fellowships.  Fellowships support scholars in residence for anywhere from six to nine months (long-term) and one to three months (short-term).  Long-term fellows receive a monthly stipend of $5,555.55 for up to $50,000 while short-term fellows receive $2,500 per month for up to $7,500.

 

References on Judges and Supreme Courts as historians

Hi, 

 

I am looking for references on the way judges in general and supreme courts in particular are constructing historical narratives and evaluate historical evidence. 

Thanks, 

 

                                DR. ALEXANDRE (SANDY) KEDAR
                                Law School, University of Haifa
                                31905, Mt. Carmel, Israel.
                                Phone: 972-4-8240009; 972-4-8240633;

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