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Jane Dailey : Courses and Seminars

Greenberg Seminar: 1968
LAWS 95902
This Greenberg Seminar, which will be taught by Geoffrey Stone and Jane Dailey (History Department), will explore the extraordinary events and historical significance of the year 1968. Using a range of materials, including art, literature, music, film, and historical sources, we will touch upon such events as the student takeover of Columbia University and the radical student movement; the Vietnam War and the anti-war movement; the growth of the Black Power movement; the emergence of the Women's Liberation Movement; the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy; Prague Spring; the 1968 Democratic Convention; the 1968 presidential election and its consequences.
Autumn 2014
Geoffrey R. Stone, Jane Dailey
Greenberg Seminar: 1968
LAWS 95902
This Greenberg Seminar, which will be taught by Geoffrey Stone and Jane Dailey (History Department), will explore the extraordinary events and historical significance of the year 1968. Using a range of materials, including art, literature, music, film, and historical sources, we will touch upon such events as the student takeover of Columbia University and the radical student movement; the Vietnam War and the anti-war movement; the growth of the Black Power movement; the emergence of the Women's Liberation Movement; the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy; Prague Spring; the 1968 Democratic Convention; the 1968 presidential election and its consequences.
Winter 2015
Geoffrey R. Stone, Jane Dailey
Greenberg Seminar: 1968
LAWS 95902
This Greenberg Seminar, which will be taught by Geoffrey Stone and Jane Dailey (History Department), will explore the extraordinary events and historical significance of the year 1968. Using a range of materials, including art, literature, music, film, and historical sources, we will touch upon such events as the student takeover of Columbia University and the radical student movement; the Vietnam War and the anti-war movement; the growth of the Black Power movement; the emergence of the Women's Liberation Movement; the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Robert F. Kennedy; Prague Spring; the 1968 Democratic Convention; the 1968 presidential election and its consequences.
Spring 2015
Geoffrey R. Stone, Jane Dailey
The Life and Times of the Warren Court
LAWS 50313
This seminar will explore the historical and constitutional dimensions of the Warren Court. It will examine the Court's decisions in such areas as racial discrimination, voting, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, criminal procedure, and privacy. The focus will be not only on the decisions, but also on the historical, political, legal, and cultural factors that shaped the Warren Court's work. We will also examine several of the Justices as individuals as well as the Warren Court's legacy. Each student will write several short papers during the course of the quarter. Upper-level History undergraduates with consent of instructors.
Spring 2015
Geoffrey R. Stone, Jane Dailey