Erman, Sam. Spring 2015, The Constitution in Transnational Perspective.
Erman, Sam. Spring 2016, Law and the U.S. Constitution in Global History.
Ghachem, Malick. Fall 2012, Law and Revolution.
Ghachem, Malick. Fall 2014, Libertarianism in History.
Gross, Ariela. Winter 2015, Law, Slavery, and Race.
Haddad, Carlos. Spring 2015, Slave Labor and Human Trafficking Clinic.
Hébrard, Jean. Winter 2010, Getting the Colonial Documents to Speak.
Nessler, Graham. Fall 2012, Beyond the Color Line? Race, Inequality, and Citizenship in Latin American Post-Slave Societies.
Perez Morales, Edgardo. 2015, Pirates, Privateers and Other Maritime Renegades of the Caribbean.
Rosen, Hannah. Fall 2014, African American History to 1865.
Rosen, Hannah. Spring 2015, Gender Histories of Slavery and Emancipation.Scott, Rebecca J. Fall 2016, The Law in Slavery and Freedom: From the Historical to the Contemporary.
Scott, Rebecca J. Winter 2016, The Boundaries of Citizenship: Inclusion, Exclusion, and the History of Civil Rights Under Law, 1787-1924.
Scott, Rebecca J. Fall 2014,
Legislating and Litigating to Combat Slavery and Human Trafficking: From the Historical to the Modern.
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