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Alison LaCroix : Presentations

Virginia Law Review Centennial Symposium, April 2014

Columbia Law School Public Law Workshop, April 2014

Constitutional Legal History Workshop at University of California-Berkeley School of Law, April 2014

Philip Pro Lecturer in Legal History, William S. Boyd School of Law, March 2014

Critical Analysis of Law Workshop at University of Toronto Faculty of Law, February 2014

University of Wisconsin Discussion Group on Constitutionalism, October 2013

“Charles Beard and the Origins of American Constitutionalism,” American Society for Legal History Annual Meeting, November 2013 (commentator) 

Conference on Union and Disunion at Center for Renaissance Studies, September 2013

“Federalism as the New Nationalism,” Yale Law School Symposium, July 2013

Symposium on Akhil Amar, America’s Unwritten Constitution at University of Illinois College of Law, October 2012

“Federalism and the States,” National Conference of State Legislators Annual Legislative Summit, August 2012

Yale Law School Legal History Forum, April 2012

Stanford Law School Legal History Workshop, March 2012

Recent Books Seminar at Georgetown University Law Center, April 2011

What If: Constitutional Counterfactuals Symposium at Indiana University School of Law, April 2011

Federalism and Its Future Conference at University of Texas School of Law, February 2011

Year of the Book Symposium at University of Connecticut School of Law, December 2010 (commentator)

"The Origins of American Federalism," Karla Scherer Center for the Study of American Culture at University of Chicago, November 2010

Book panel on The Ideological Origins of American Federalism, Clough Center for the Study of Constitutional Democracy at Boston Colloge, October 2010

"Federalists, Federalism, and Federal Jurisdiction," George Washington University Law School Faculty Workshop, March 2011; University of Virginia School of Law Legal History Workshop, February 2011; Faculty Colloquium at University of Alabama Law School, February 2011; Public Law Workshop at Columbia Law School, October 2010; Legal History Workshop at University of Iowa College of Law, September 2010; Colloquium on Constitutional History, Theory, and Law at University of Illinois College of Law, September 2010; McNeil Center for Early American Studies at University of Pennsylvania, June 2010; University of Chicago Law School Faculty Workshop, March 2010; Vanderbilt Law School Federalism Roundtable, February 2010; American Bar Foundation/Illinois Legal History Seminar, February 2010; American Society for Legal History Annual Meeting, November 2009; University of Wisconsin Discussion Group on Constitutionalism, October 2009; University of Michigan Law School Legal History Workshop, September 2009

"Temporal Imperialism," Chicago-Kent College of Law Faculty Workshop, September 2009; University of Chicago Law School Faculty Workshop, March 2009

"Slavery, Abolition, and Human Rights: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Thirteenth Amendment," University of Chicago Law School, April 2009 (commentator)

"The Law of Nations and the Early Modern Atlantic World," Newberry Library, April 2009 (commentator)

“Time and the First Republic: Temporality in Constitutional Adjudication,” University of Chicago Law School Faculty Workshop, March 2009

"The Pre-Revolutionary Origins of Federal Ideas of Sovereignty," Conference in Honor of Morton J. Horowitz at Harvard Law School, September 2008.

"The New Wheel in the Federal Machine: From Sovereign to Jurisdiction in the Early Republic," University of Chicago Law School Faculty Workshop, April 2008; American Bar Foundation Research Seminar, January 2008

"A Positive Passion for the Public Good: Speech and Privacy in the Early American Republic," Columbia University Seminar on Eighteenth-Century European Culture, September 2007

"Theories of Union: Constructing Confederations, 1774–1777," Faculty Work-in-Progress Workshop at University of Chicago Law School, May 2007

"Drawing the Line: the Pre-Revolutionary Origins of Federal Ideas of Sovereignty," American Society for Legal History, November 2006