Legal History Colloquium and Research (21113). 3 units. This course will have three components. One component of the class will involve reading and discussing legal history works and primary materials examining the foundations of the American legal, political, and economic order from the colonial period through the early twentieth century, including the Founding, the Constitution, and judicial review, as well as slavery, women’s legal history, and corporate law. A second component of the class will involve attending the spring semester’s sessions of the Legal History Forum, which occur during classtime, and students will submit short writing responses for each presentation. A third component of the class will involve developing independent student research. Students may take the course for an additional credit, and course papers may be eligible for Substantial or Supervised Analytic Writing credit. Graduate School Students may participate with the permission of the instructor. Paper required. Enrollment limited to eighteen. Also HIST 990b. C. Priest.