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Podcasts

The world of podcasts doesn’t yet have a series devoted to South Asian legal history. But there are plenty that come at the field from …

ASLH Student Research Colloquium

Over the past few years, the American Society for Legal History has hosted an exciting one-day event for graduate students working on …

Joint CRN Annual Lunch @ LSA

Coming to the Law and Society Association meeting in New Orleans in early June? Join us for the Joint Annual Collaborative Research Network Lunch for CRN …

Rare Books at the University of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota Law Library historically (image courtesy of the Riesenfeld Rare Books Research Center) Legal historians of South Asia should put Minneapolis …

Foundation sacrifice

I recently came across references to a practice known as “foundation sacrifice.” In many societies historically, a person would be built into a …

Preconference Roundup

The 9th Annual South Asia Legal Studies Workshop took place on October 22, 2015 at the University of Wisconsin Law School. It gave us …

Siddique wins AIPS Book Prize

Congratulations to Osama Siddique, whose book on law in Pakistan has won the American Institute for Pakistan Studies’ annual book award! Read …