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Lectures (Grant 1) 2002 - 2004

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Carolyn Cox, Associate Professor of History
University of the Pacific
“Original Meanings:
Teaching the Ratification of the Constitution”

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Robin Einhorn, Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
”The 19th Century Constitution”
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Caroline Winterer, Assistant Professor of History
Stanford University
“Freedom of Expression in 18th-Century America:
The Case of Peter Zenger, 1735”

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Waldo Martin , Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
“David Walker: American Patriot?”
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Mark Brilliant , Assistant Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
“Examining ‘Asiatic Racialization’ through Asian
Naturalization Cases and the Legal Campaign
Against the Alien Land Laws”

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Alex Saragoza , Assistant Professor
Dept. of Ethnic Studie
s
University of California, Berkeley
"Beyond Binary Interpretations:
The Mexican War & Constitutional Issues"
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Robin Einhorn , Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
"The Declaration of Indepedence"
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Charles Postel, Assistant Professor of History
California State University, Sacramento
“The Historiography of the Salem Witchcraft Trials"
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Eric Foner, Professor of History
Columbia University
"American Freedom: Before and After 9/11"
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Robert D. Johnston, Associate Professor of History
University of Illinois at Chicago
“The Radical Middle Class in American History:
John Brown, Martin Luther King and ...Harry Lane”
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Robin Einhorn , Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
“What is Federalism?”
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Chris Arriola
Deputy District Attorney, Santa Clara County
"Mendez v. Westminster (1947): How Thurgood Mashall and Earl Warren Ended Segregation in California"
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Caroline Winterer, Assistant Professor of History
Stanford University
“The Trouble With Tea"

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Clarence Walker, Professor of History
University of California, Davis
"Dred Scott and the Coming of the Civil War"
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Kevin Adams, Visiting Faculty, Dept. of History
University of California, Berkeley
"The Fortunes of War:
Presidential Authority During the Civil War and Reconstruction."
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Jennifer Spear, Assistant Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
"Indians' Old & New worlds"

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Mark Brilliant, Assistant Professor of History
University of California, Berkeley
"What is Good for One Racial Classification is Not Necessarily Good for Another: Desegregation, Bilingual Education and the Tension Between Them"

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