Go On! “Power, Publics and the US in the World”: annual meeting of Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations

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mary► The Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations Historians – SHAFR for short – will hold its annual meeting June 22-24, 2017, in Arlington, Virginia. It’s a special event not least because this year the organization’s headed by IntLawGrrl Mary L. Dudziak, an Emory Law professor who joined other plenary speakers at IntLawGrrls birthday conference last week (above). Dudziak will give the SHAFR Presidential Lecture at this annual meeting. Other program highlights will include: a keynote lecture by Columbia Professor Mae Ngai, an immigration historian; and a plenary panel entitled “Can Law Constrain War? Lessons from History,” featuring IntLawGrrls contributor and Georgetown Law Professor Rosa Brooks, Harvard Law Professor Jack Goldsmith, Wisconsin-Madison Political Science Professor Helen M. shafKinsella, and Yale Law Professor John Fabian Witt. Details and registration here.

Go On! DC Art Law Dinner One Week from Today. Register Here!

Go On! DC Art Law Dinner One Week from Today. Register Here!

The 3rd Annual Cultural Heritage and the Arts Dinner of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) is one week from today in Washington. Tickets cost $55 and include a three-course dinner at Cedar, voted one of DC’s best restaurants by the Washingtonian. The evening will give professionals, students, and members of the public a chance to interact and discuss the field of cultural heritage law. All are welcome. Registration is due by April 4 at the link above.