I am pleased to be giving a talk on Burwell v. Hobby Lobby tomorrow, September 17, at a Constitution Day event sponsored by the University of Denver Chaplain. More information about the event is available here.
I thought I’d also take this opportunity to mention a few other speaking engagements I have coming up this semester.
On October 2-4, I’ll be participating in a wonderful symposium at the UCLA School of Law to discuss the impact of Cheryl Harris‘ groundbreaking article “Whiteness as Property,” which the Harvard Law Review published in 1993. My panel will discuss the idea of entitlement and its intersection with the law. My copanelists include Tristan Green (USF), Camille Gear Rich (USC, visiting at Stanford), Osamudia James (Miami), and Leticia Saucedo (UC Davis).
On November 14-15, I’ll be participating in the seventh annual ClassCrits conference, which will be held at UC Davis. My panel, called “The Discourse of Inequality,” also includes Camille Gear Rich (USC, visiting at Stanford), Neil Gotanda (Western State), and Anthony Paul Farley (Albany, visiting at Kentucky).
On November 21-22, I’m presenting at the 2014 University of Wisconsin Discussion Group on Constitutionalism. The discussion group’s theme is “Judicial Supremacy and Its Critics.”
I’ll post more about each of these events as they approach.