*This event has been postponed.*
April 23-24, 2020
Thursday, April 23, 5:30pm (Blount Auditorium, Buckman Hall)
Friday, April 24 (Spence Wilson Room, Briggs Hall)
9:30am: Coffee sponsored by the Office of Academic Affairs
10-11:30am: Law and the Humanities Pedagogy Roundtable, chaired by Tim Huebner (Rhodes College)
1-2:30pm: Panel 1
Chair: Joshua Phillips (University of Memphis)
Alison Chapman (University of Alabama), “Samson and the Bonds of Debt”
Stephanie Elsky (Rhodes College), “Daughters, Chairs, and Liberty in Margaret Cavendish’s The Religious”
Bernadette Meyler (Stanford University), “Coriolanus, Election, and the 'Major Part'"
2:30-3:00pm: Coffee break sponsored by Gender and Sexuality Studies Program
3:-4:00pm: Panel 2
Penelope Anderson (Indiana University), "Women's Absence from International Law: The Case of Cymbeline."
Cassander Smith (University of Alabama), “Encountering Guinea: Legal Rhetoric and the Morality of British Trade in Sub-Saharan Africa”
7:30-9pm: “Qualities of Mercy: Scenes of Law & Justice on the Shakespearean Stage” (McCoy Theater)