Announcing the 2019-20 Davis Center Fellows and Postdocs
Davis Center Fellows for 2019-20: Law and Legalities
We are happy to announce next year's Davis Center fellows on the theme Law & Legalities.
Law and climate science in South Asia
Texas A&M Prairie View
US courts and African-American free speech in the Nation of Islam
Rebellious lawyers and the jurisprudence of decolonization
Concordia University, Montreal
Colonial law and the Muslim family in Algeria
Chinese University of Hong Kong
Slave law in the early modern Iberian world
Law and nuclear weapons testing in postwar Oceania
University of Pennsylvania
A history of the Soviet dissident movement
Rutgers University, New Brunswick
Children, development, and international law in decolonization
University of Cologne
Punishment in the Carolingian Empire
In addition, our postdoctoral fellow George Aumoithe will continue a second year in our program, and will be offering an upper-level undergraduate seminar this fall on “Law, Social Difference, and the Sustenance of Health.” This spring he was awarded a Career Enhancement Adjunct Faculty Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.
Jonathan Connolly, our other postdoctoral fellow, will spend next year clerking for Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. In fall 2020, he will become Assistant Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Angela N. H. Creager
Thomas M. Siebel Professor in the History of Science