THe 2018 ASLH Annual Meeting on Social Media

Emily Prifogle

Emily Prifogle is currently  National Fellow at the Jefferson Studies Foundation at the University of Virginia, after receiving her Ph.D. in history from Princeton University in June, 2019.  Her dissertation is entitled, “Cows, Cars, and Criminals: The Legal Landscape of the Rural Midwest, 1920-1975.”

Did you miss the 2018 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Legal History?  Or perhaps you want to revisit some of the conference’s greatest hits, like when ASLH President Sally Gordon fired us up to not get pushed around by the quilters (she was of course kidding.  We legal historians love quilts!)?  Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!  Legal historian Emily Prifogle created a Twitter Moment compiling all the coverage of the conference through the #ASLH2018 hashtag. Thank you Emily!  And thank you to all those live-tweeters who made possible this digital archive of the conference’s proceedings.  And finally, thank you to Law and History Review‘s Editorial Assistant, Amina Niass, for all her hard work in putting this timeline together.