[PAST EVENT] Race and Belonging: Reconceptualizing American Democracy (Prof. Guy-Uriel Charles, Duke)
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- Open to the public
Professor Guy-Uriel Charles will present the 2021 Cutler Lecture titled "Race & Belonging: Reconceptualizing American Democracy." He is currently the Edward and Ellen Schwarzman Professor of Law at Duke Law School. Admission is free and all are welcome.
About Professor Charles
Guy-Uriel Charles joined the Duke Law faculty in 2009. He is currently the Edward and Ellen Schwarzman Professor of Law at Duke Law School. He is the co-director, with Mitu Gulati, of the Duke Law Center on Law, Race and Politics. He teaches and writes about constitutional law, election law, campaign finance, redistricting, politics, and race. In 2016, he received the Law School’s Distinguished Teaching Award. He has published over 30 articles in journals including the Harvard Law Review, Constitutional Commentary, The Cornell Law Review, The Michigan Law Review, The Michigan Journal of Race and Law, The Georgetown Law Journal, The Journal of Politics, The California Law Review, The North Carolina Law Review, and others. He is the co-author of two leading casebooks and two edited volumes. He has been a visiting professor at Harvard, Berkeley, Georgetown, Virginia, and Columbia law schools. Read more.
About the Cutler Lecture
The Cutler Lecture series was established in 1927 by James Goold Cutler of Rochester, NY, to provide an annual lecture at William & Mary by “an outstanding authority on the Constitution of the United States.” The original series of 16 lectures were held from 1928 to 1944. After a period of dormancy, the Cutler lectures were revived in 1980-81 under the auspices of the Law School, with each lecture published in the William & Mary Law Review.
In order to attend the lecture, please register via the link below. You will receive a follow-up email the week of the lecture with log-in links.