Spring 2011 Speakers Series

All events will be in the Castle Board Room

January 24th, 4:30 (food); 5-7 pm (presentation)


Michael Lawrence (MSU)

Radicals in their Own Time: Four Hundred Years of Struggle for Liberty and Equal justice in America


Alfred Brophy (North Carolina)

John Petoskey (Fredericks Peebles)

Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark (Minnesota-Duluth)

February 22nd, 10am-12pm (lunch provided after event)

Co-Authors, Loving v. Virginia in a Post-Racial World

Kevin Maillard (Syracuse) and Rose Villazor  (Hofstra)


Carla Pratt (Penn State)

Addie Rolnick  (UCLA)

March 24, 11am-1pm (lunch provided prior to event)


Barbara Ann Atwood (James E. Rogers College of Law)

Children, Tribes and States


Hon. Michael Petoskey (Chief Judge, Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Indians and others)

Hon. Tim Connors (22nd Circuit Court, Washtenaw County)

April 18th, 11:30-1:30 (lunch provided)

The People Are Dancing Again: A History of the Siletz Tribe

Discussion with the author

Charles Wilkinson, Colorado Law

Brad Jarvis, Saginaw Valley

Ann Tweedy, Michigan State University College of Law

6 Responses to Spring 2011 Speakers Series

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  2. Dan Stump says:

    Good afternoon,

    Is next Monday’s event (January 24) still scheduled?


  3. ilpc says:

    Yes, the 1/24 event is still scheduled. Hope you can make it!

  4. CJ Chandler says:

    Is this event open to non-msu students?

  5. It’s open to the public.

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