EXTERNAL OPPORTUNITIES

Feb. 11: Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Feb. 11: Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Jan. 2 Deadline: FASPE Law Fellowship

FASPE Law is a fully-funded, two-week fellowship program in professional ethics and ethical leadership that begins by examining the actions and choices of German lawyers in enabling Nazi policies. It then draws on this historical example to help Law Fellows […]

Jan. 2 Deadline: FASPE Law Fellowship

FASPE Law is a fully-funded, two-week fellowship program in professional ethics and ethical leadership that begins by examining the actions and choices of German lawyers in enabling Nazi policies. It then draws on this historical example to help Law Fellows […]

Volunteer for the Tribal Constitutions Project

Tribal constitutions sit at the heart of Native Nation sovereignty. Northwestern University (through Beth Redbird, Assistant Professor of Sociology, and Erin Delaney, Professor of Law) is building a database of over 1,053 constitutions and amendments representing nearly 150 years of […]

Applications open for new NYU Hospitality Innovation Hub Incubator

Recently, the NYU School of Professional Studies (SPS) Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality launched the Hospitality Innovation Hub Incubator. The new Incubator was created to provide all NYU affiliated start-up businesses, founders, and young entrepreneurs with four core services […]

NYHS Bonnie and Richard Reis Graduate Institute for Constitutional History Fall 2021 Seminar – Apply to Attend

The New-York History Society’s Bonnie and Richard Reiss Graduate Institute for Constitutional History is pleased to announce its fall 2021 seminar for advanced graduate students and junior faculty: Constitutions in Conflict: Proslavery versus Antislavery More information, including meeting dates and […]