Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Panel on Law and Ideology in the National Security State

At the American Society for Legal History meeting this weekend in Washington, DC, I am chairing a panel on Law and Ideology in the National Security State, which promises to be very interesting. The panel is below, and conference info is here.The panel is Friday, October 30, 10:45 am to 12:15 pm.

Chair: Mary Dudziak, Emory University Law School

Commentator: Christopher Capozzola, Massachusetts Institute of Technology


Aziz Rana, Law, Cornell Law School,
“The Philippines, World War I, and the New Creedal Constitution”

Anne M. Kornhauser, City College of New York, CUNY,
“German Émigré Intellectuals and the Struggle Over the Emerging National Security State”

Jeremy K. Kessler, Columbia Law School
“The Myth of the Strong American State: On the Cold War Draft and the Paradox of Anti- Communist Governance”