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A bit late (sorry!) but here is our twitter Table of Contents for Law and History Review 37.2 (May, 2019):

Congratulations LHR Board member @itihaasnaama and recent LHR author Kimberly Welch for winning the @law_soc J. Willard Hurst Prize for best books in sociolegal history published in 2018!

Almost in the mail: LHR 37.2--a massive issue with articles by Madeleine Zelin, @Sara_Canadian, David Kearns, Jud Campbell, @MJSteilen, Andrew Walker, Justin Simard and Kaius Tuori! Links and article descriptions coming soon! [GR]

Legal history and deep work in endangered archives in Cuba @emorycollege @EmoryUniversity, congrats to my companera @AdrianaChira3!!!! @womnknowhistory https://t.co/I8OTzHVW2S

Emotions in medieval and early modern Chancery. Open access to Merridee Bailey’s new article. #medievaltwitter #historyofemotion #legalhistory https://t.co/FLHIaucaFT

Fascinating work about the intersections of legal process and emotions. #earlymodern #legalhistory https://t.co/jWy5JHoAoe

For a limited time we have opened access to Merridee Bailey’s recent article on the history of emotion in medieval and Early Modern English law!

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Premio de @LASAXIX al Mejor Artículo #LASA2019

Adriana Chira, "Affective Debts: Manumission by Grace and the Making of Gradual Emancipation Laws in Cuba, 1817–68," Law and History Review 36.1
Comité: Jeffrey Cedeño, Rodrigo Caresani, Leila Gómez

https://t.co/rbclCcjOpz

Congratulations to @AdrianaChira3, whose wonderful article “Affective Debts: Manumission by Grace and the Making of Gradual Emancipation Laws in Cuba, 1817-68,” in Law and History Review 36.1 (2018) received the best article prize from @lasaxix! https://t.co/q4UMxMFuly

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