Christine Desan, Harvard Law School

Making Money: The Measure of the Market Reconsidered

Date: 
Fri, 04/24/2009
Location: 
2:00 PM, 40 McCosh Hall
Event Category: 
Co-sponsored Event
Audience: 
Public

Please join us on Friday, April 24 at 2:00 PM, when Professor Christine Desan of Harvard Law School presents her paper, "Making Money: The Measure of the Market Reconsidered," as part of the Workshop in American Studies.

The format of the workshop is that the speaker introduces the paper for ten minutes and then we open up the floor to questions.

Hard copies of the paper will be available outside of the American Studies office, 42 McCosh Hall, a week before the workshop. Snacks provided. Please RSVP by calling 258-4710 or e-mailing ksippl@princeton.edu

Christine Desan is a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, where she has taught since 1992. Her areas of interest include American constitutional history, legal and political thought, civil procedure, and statutory interpretation.

The Workshop in American Studies brings together students and faculty from the wide range of departments that contribute to the Program in American Studies. By encouraging a diversity of topics from researchers from a variety of departments, we hope the Workshop highlights the advantages of the "in-between" disciplinary space that American Studies inhabits at Princeton. Our goal is to provide a forum where presenters can receive feedback from a wide variety of disciplinary perspectives and participants can be exposed to new methodologies and new topics for research. Moreover, we hope to foster a community of advanced undergraduates, graduate students and faculty who share in the common project of researching the American experience.