Late next week, I will be at Stanford Law School to participate in a couple of events.
First, on Thursday, May 17, at 4 pm, I'll be giving a talk entitled "Gilded Age Literature and Inequality." This relates to my literature book project - now in two parts, with Book 1 to be entitled Dangerous Grandiosity: Literary Perspectives on High-End Inequality Through the First Gilded Age.
I'll be speaking for up to 40 minutes, and have more or less written up a talk that I may post afterwards on SSRN and/or here. In addition to discussing the project in general, it focuses in particular on my chapter discussing E.M. Forster's Howards End. Elizabeth Anker of Cornell (both the law school and the English Department) will be the respondent, and then there will be Q and A.
There doesn't seem to be a link posted yet for this event, but I will provide it here once available.
Then, on May 18-19, there will be a Law and Humanities Conference at Stanford, hosted by Bernadette Meyler of Stanford (who also kindly arranged my literature book event) and Simon Stern of Toronto.
As per the conference program, I'll be participating, including as the respondent at a May 19 panel entitled "Areas of Substantive Law" that will feature papers by Daniel Williams of Harvard, Andrew Gilden of Williamette, and Sherally Munshi of Georgetown.
I'm looking forward to these events, which I anticipate will be welcomedly (to coin a new word) horizon-expanding.