Gallman selected for ASLH Student Research Colloquium
Graduate student Nancy O. Gallman is one of eight history graduate students and law students from across the country to be selected to participate in the 2015 Student Research Colloquium, sponsored by the American Society for Legal History. The SRC will meet this fall at the ASLH Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.
At the colloquium, Nancy will present a chapter from her dissertation on intercultural murder and the competing meanings of justice between the Spanish and Native peoples in the late eighteenth-century East Florida borderlands.
More information about the American Society for Legal History’s Student Research Colloquium can be found here: