Professor Martha S. Jones, a member of the Law School's Affiliated LS&A Faculty and associate professor of history and Afro American studies, is codirector of the Program in Race, Law & History and the Law in Slavery and Freedom Project. Her scholarly interests include the history of race, citizenship, slavery, and the rights of women in the United States and the Atlantic world.
Professor Jones's lectures.
Professor William J. Novak, an award-winning legal scholar and historian, joined the Law School faculty in fall 2009. Prof. Novak came from the University of Chicago, where he had been an associate professor of history, a founding member of the university's Human Rights Program and Law, Letters, and Society Program, and director of its Center for Comparative Legal History.
Professor Rebecca J. Scott is the Charles Gibson Distinguished University Professor of History and Professor of Law. At the Law School, she teaches a course on civil rights and the boundaries of citizenship in historical perspective, as well as a seminar on the law in slavery and freedom.
Professor Scott's lectures.