CFP: Law in Native North America (deadline March 25)
From Elizabeth Rule, via H-Law:
I'm organizing a panel for the upcoming ASLH conference (Oct. 26-29, 2017; Las Vegas, Nevada) around the theme of Law in Native North America. This panel will be open to legal histories from all parts of North America, placing in conversation the transnationality of settler colonialism and indigeneity, with the history of law and the nation state. I am looking for both paper presenters, as well as a chair-commentator.
Those interested should send a 300-word paper abstract, CV, and the title of the paper. For interested in the chair-commentators position, please send a statement indicating your interest in this role. Please submit these materials to firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday, March 25. Those selected will be notified by March 27. Thank you!