Members of the Institute may be interested in the serial publication of a book by Don Herzog, who gave the Institute Annual Lecture in 2017: https://little-book-of-political-mistakes.pubpub.org/.
What does it mean to do constitutional history? And do constitutional lawyers and historians do constitutional history differently? These questions were asked by Janet McLean (Auckland) at the British Legal History Conference in St Andrews 2019 in her keynote lecture ‘Constitutional History, As History’. You can now watch it in full here! Other recordings from the BLHC 2019 can be found here.
We have another BLHC plenary lecture recording for you today! Ian Williams’ (University College, London) keynote “James VI and I, Rex et Iudex: One King as Judge in Two Kingdoms” now available to watch here:
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be releasing videos of the keynote lectures delivered at the British Legal History Conference 2019, held in St Andrews. First up is Rebecca Probert’s lecture ‘What Makes a Marriage? Religion, the State, and the Individual in the Long Nineteenth Century’, which can be found here: https://vimeo.com/407163994. More recordings of ILCR lectures and seminars can be found here and here.