A conference in honor of Charles Donahue, Paul A. Freund Professor of Law
1:00-3:00: Law and Medieval History: Selected Topics
Adam J. Kosto (Columbia University), Written Agreements and Civil Wars: The Catalan and Anglo-Norman Examples Robert Berkhofer (Western Michigan University), Forgery and Pope Alexander III's Decretal on Scripta Authentica Richard Helmholz (The University of Chicago), Custom and Law in the Medieval Court Records of the Province of Canterbury Paul Brand (University of Michigan School of Law...
Efraim Lev (University of Haifa), Notebooks as Mediators Between Practical and Theoretical Medical and Pharmaceutical Knowledge in Judeo-Arabic Tradition. Registration is required; to RSVP, please click here.
Simon Teuscher (University of Zurich), Knowing Kinship. Epistemologies of Relatedness in Medieval Law. To receive a copy of the paper for this session, please contact Tamar Herzog at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dominic Powlesland (The Landscape Research Centre, University of York), The Changing Past Through Archaeology and Science: 40 Years Embedded in the Multiple Past Landscapes of Ancient Britain. Co-sponsored by the Harvard Standing Committee on Archeology.