Legal Histories of Policing and Surveillance

WHEN April 20, 2018
WHERE Stanford Humanities Center

Legal Histories of Policing and Surveillance

April 20, 2018

Sponsored by the Stanford Center for Law and History and Stanford Humanities Center

Location: Stanford Humanities Center Boardroom (and Humanities Center Levinthal Hall for the keynote at 4 PM)

8:30 - 9 AM: Breakfast

Surveillance Technologies and Legal Culture, 9 - 10:30 AM

    • David Sklansky (Chair), Stanford Law School

    • Binyamin Blum, Hastings Law School

    • Lawrence Friedman, Stanford Law School

    • Mitra Sharafi, University of Wisconsin Law School

10:30 - 10:45 AM: Mid-morning break

Policing Intimate and Family Life, 10:45 AM - 12:30 PM

    • Estelle Freedman (Chair), Stanford History Department

    • Michael Grossberg, Indiana University History Department and Law School

    • Samuel Huneke, Stanford History Department

    • Elizabeth Katz, Stanford Law School

    • Naama Maor, University of Chicago History Department

12:30 - 1:30: Lunch

Broadening the State's Criminal Oversight Power, 1:30 - 3:15

    • George Fisher (Chair), Stanford Law School

    • Malcolm Feeley, Berkeley Law School

    • Elizabeth Hinton, Harvard University History and African and African American Studies Departments

    • Jacqueline Ross, University of Illinois College of Law

    • Jonathan Simon, Berkeley Law School

3:15 - 4 PM: Afternoon coffee break

Keynote, 4 - 5 PM

Michael Willrich, Brandeis University History Department

"Writ of Hocus Pocus": Anarchists and the U.S. Surveillance State

NOTE: Registration is on a first come, first served basis and seating is limited. Registration is required. Register here.