Examples of UW Courses with Significant Legal History Content

  • American Indian Studies 
    Amer. Ind. 450: Issues in Indigenous History: Comparative and Transnational (Miranda Johnson)

  • Languages and Cultures of Asia (LCA)
    LCA & LS 620: Studies in South Asian Religions: Hindu Law (Don Davis)
    LCA 628: Studies in South Asian Religions: Religious Law in Asia (Don Davis)
  • Law School
    Law 940: Law and Contemporary Problems: Women’s Legal History (Jane Larson)
    Law 940: Law and Contemporary Problems:Chinese Law (John Ohnesorge)
    Law 904: Selected Problems in Constitutional Law: 20th-c. Constitution (Victoria Nourse & Brad Snyder)
    Law 980: African Law: Sudan Seminar (Cliff Thompson)

  • Legal Studies (LS)
    LS & LCA 620: Studies in South Asian Religions: Hindu Law (Don Davis)
    LS & History 426: History of Punishment (Karl Shoemaker)
    LS & History 459: Rule of Law: Philosophical and Historical Models (Karl Shoemaker)
    LS & History 502: Law and Colonialism (Mitra Sharafi)
    LS & History 510: Legal Pluralism (Mitra Sharafi)

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