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First Lecture in New Legal History
Lecture Series

APRIL 18—Professor Linda K. Kerber, a history professor from the University of Iowa, will present the Law School's inaugural presentation in its new Legal History Lecture Series Tuesday Apr. 22 at 7 p.m.

Kerber's lecture, titled "Statelessness in America," will discuss the issues of identity and legal status among the groups who have no clear country alignment.

The lecture will be held in Mondale Hall Room 25. A reception will follow.

Kerber is the May Brodbeck Professor in the Liberal Arts & Sciences at the University of Iowa, and is a lecturer in the College of Law, where she teaches courses in Gender and Legal History. In 2006-07, she was the Harmsworth Professor of American History at Oxford University.

The Ronald A. and Kristine S. Erickson Legal History Lecture Series is named for Ronald A. Erickson ('60) and Kristine S. Erickson ('72), who have been strong philanthropic supporters of the Law School's Legal History Program.

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