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HISTORY 253D: Approaches to American Legal History (POLISCI 226U)

Legal history, once primarily devoted to exploring legal doctrines and key judicial opinions and thus of interest mainly to legal scholars and lawyers,now resembles historical writing more generally; the study of legal ideas and practices is increasingly integrated with social, intellectual, cultural, and political history. Recent writings in American legal history; how the field reflects developments in historical writing; and how the use of legal materials affects understanding of American history.
Terms: Aut | Units: 5
Instructors: Rakove, J. (PI)
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