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Reading materials for the course are provided over this Wiki: you don't need to buy any books. But you do need software that can read the wonderful, free DejaVu format for scanned documents. Here are aids to installing DejaVu readers on your laptops and mobile surveillance and consumer control devices.

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In order to complete the course work, you will need to register also as a Wikipedia editor. If you are not already a Wikipedian, here's how to begin.

Reading materials for the course are provided over this Wiki: you don't need to buy any books. But you do need software that can read the wonderful, free DejaVu format for scanned documents. Here are aids to installing DejaVu readers on your laptops and mobile surveillance and consumer control devices.

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English Legal History

Professor Eben Moglen
Columbia Law School
Fall 2014


Our first meeting will be Tuesday, 2 September 2014, in JGH 502, at 10:40am.

Before we meet, please register as a user of this wiki. You are responsible for reading the evaluation policy. Once you have registered, you should arrange to be notified of changes to this wiki, either by email or through the course news feed. This helps you automatically check the ReadingAssignments when they are posted.

In order to complete the course work, you will need to register also as a Wikipedia editor. If you are not already a Wikipedian, here's how to begin.

Reading materials for the course are provided over this Wiki: you don't need to buy any books. But you do need software that can read the wonderful, free DejaVu format for scanned documents. Here are aids to installing DejaVu readers on your laptops and mobile surveillance and consumer control devices.


My office hours in fall 2014 are Tuesday, 9:30am to 10:30am and Thursday, 12pm to 4pm. If you need to see me but cannot make office hours, please email moglen@columbia.edu or contact my assistant, Benjamin Mintzer, bmintzer@law.columbia.edu, x40692.


A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word

This course is an attempt to learn about, understand and comment on legal materials generated by people living in a society very different from our own. We must assemble the field of knowledge relevant to our questions even as we begin trying to answer them. Wiki technology is an ideal match for the work we have in hand. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.

For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 2nd.

Introduction to the EngLegalHist Web

The EngLegalHist site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.

All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.

From TWiki's point of view, this course, English Legal History, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.

















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English Legal History

Professor Eben Moglen
Columbia Law School
Fall 2014


Our first meeting will be Tuesday, 2 September 2014, in JGH 502, at 10:40am.

Before we meet, please register as a user of this wiki. You are responsible for reading the evaluation policy. Once you have registered, you should arrange to be notified of changes to this wiki, either by email or through the course news feed. This helps you automatically check the ReadingAssignments when they are posted.

In order to complete the course work, you will need to register also as a Wikipedia editor. If you are not already a Wikipedian, here's how to begin.

Reading materials for the course are provided over this Wiki: you don't need to buy any books. But you do need software that can read the wonderful, free DejaVu format for scanned documents. Here are aids to installing DejaVu readers on your laptops and mobile surveillance and consumer control devices.


My office hours in fall 2014 are Tuesday, 9:30am to 10:30am and Thursday, 12pm to 4pm. If you need to see me but cannot make office hours, please email moglen@columbia.edu or contact my assistant, Benjamin Mintzer, bmintzer@law.columbia.edu, x40692.


A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word

This course is an attempt to learn about, understand and comment on legal materials generated by people living in a society very different from our own. We must assemble the field of knowledge relevant to our questions even as we begin trying to answer them. Wiki technology is an ideal match for the work we have in hand. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.

For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 2nd.

Introduction to the EngLegalHist Web

The EngLegalHist site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.

All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.

From TWiki's point of view, this course, English Legal History, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.

















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Before we meet, please register as a user of this wiki. You are responsible for reading the evaluation policy.

In order to complete the course work, you will need to register also as a Wikipedia editor. If you are not already a Wikipedian, here's how to begin.

Reading materials for the course are provided over this Wiki: you don't need to buy any books. But you do need software that can read the wonderful, free DejaVu format for scanned documents. Here are aids to installing DejaVu readers on your laptops and mobile surveillance and consumer control devices.


My office hours in fall 2014 are Tuesday, 9:30am to 10:30am and Thursday, 12pm to 4pm. If you need to see me but cannot make office hours, please email moglen@columbia.edu or contact my assistant, Benjamin Mintzer, bmintzer@law.columbia.edu, x40692.


 

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This wiki is for historical documents, student annotations and discussion in connection with the English Legal History course at Columbia Law School in fall, 2008. Syllabus and other material concerning the course itself can be found here.

A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word

This seminar is an attempt to learn about, understand and comment on legal materials generated by people living in a society very different from our own. We must assemble the field of knowledge relevant to our questions even as we begin trying to answer them. Wiki technology is an ideal match for the work we have in hand. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.

For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 2nd.

Introduction to the EngLegalHist Web

The EngLegalHist site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.

All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.

From TWiki's point of view, this course, Computers, Privacy, & the Constitution, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.

 






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A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word

This seminar is an attempt to learn about, understand and predict the development of law in a rapidly changing area. We must assemble the field of knowledge relevant to our questions even as we begin trying to answer them. Wiki technology is an ideal match for the work we have in hand. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.

For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 17th.

Introduction to the EngLegalHist Web

The EngLegalHist site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.

All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.

From TWiki's point of view, this course, English Legal History & its Materials, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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From TWiki's point of view, this course, English Legal History & its Materials, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
 

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It turns out that wiki is a very good medium for active listeners. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.

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This seminar is an attempt to learn about, understand and predict the development of law in a rapidly changing area. We must assemble the field of knowledge relevant to our questions even as we begin trying to answer them. Wiki technology is an ideal match for the work we have in hand. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.
 For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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On The Radar

The course will address topics on the following themes. We will be building on and updating the linked reference materials in the upcoming weeks so keep an eye on the work in this section.

  • PartOne? - Speech, Press, Assembly
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  • PartSix? - Speedy and Public Trial
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In addition to photopied and web-based materials, we will be discussing Thorstein Veblen, Theory of the Leisure Class (1899), available in numerous cheap editions. If you prefer reading on-line, you can have the entire text at your fingertips here. (We still have some remnants of a public domain).

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For details on upcoming issues and readings that we will discuss in class, see OnTheRadar?
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 For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
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 All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.
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From TWiki's point of view, this course, Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
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From TWiki's point of view, this course, Computers, Privacy, & the Constitution, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
 

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 This course is centered in the experience of classroom dialog. Everything we read and write will be intended to help us understand better what we learn from listening to one another. I say "listening," because in a conversation with so many voices, we're all going to be listening much more than we are talking. So this is an extended exercise in active listening.
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It turns out that wiki is a very good medium for active listeners. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this all works as you want.
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It turns out that wiki is a very good medium for active listeners. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this technology works as you want.
 
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For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
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For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
 Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 16th.

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The EngLegalHist site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.
 
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All of the Twiki documentation is also available locally. Simply look at the top of the sidebar on the left of the screen and select the TWiki tab. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text
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All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.
 
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From TWiki's point of view, this course Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, my other courses, perhaps some other project we decide to work on together. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see what's changing, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification.
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From TWiki's point of view, this course, Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
 

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Law in Contemporary Society

Professor Eben Moglen

Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

For our first meeting, please read Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., The Path of the Law, which is the first reading in the photocopied materials, or also available here.
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In addition to photopied and web-based materials, we will be discussing Thorstein Veblen, Theory of the Leisure Class (1899), available in numerous cheap editions. If you prefer reading on-line, you can have the entire text at your fingertips here. (We still have some remnants of a public domain).
 
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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.
 
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This course is centered in the experience of classroom dialog. Everything we read and write will be intended to help us understand better what we learn from listening to one another. I say "listening," because in a conversation with so many voices, we're all going to be listening much more than we are talking. So this is an extended exercise in active listening.
 
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It turns out that wiki is a very good medium for active listeners. Below you will find an introduction to this particular wiki, or TWiki, where you can learn as much or as little about how this all works as you want.
 
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For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
 
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The EngLegalHist site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox
 All of the Twiki documentation is also available locally. Simply look at the top of the sidebar on the left of the screen and select the TWiki tab. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text
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From TWiki's point of view, this course Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, my other courses, perhaps some other project we decide to work on together. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see what's changing, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification.
 

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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All of the Twiki documentation is also available locally. Simply look at the top of the sidebar on the left of the screen and select the TWiki tab. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text
 

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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For our first meeting, please read Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., The Path of the Law, which is the first reading in the photocopied materials, or here.

 In addition to photopied and web-based materials, we will be discussing Thorstein Veblen, Theory of the Leisure Class (1899), available in numerous cheap editions. If you prefer reading on-line, you can have the entire text at your fingertips here. (We still have some remnants of a public domain).
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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.

 

Introduction to the EngLegalHist Web

The EngLegalHist site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around the Twiki site. It has a very large user community with many ideas for ways in which wikis can be used to work productively in groups.


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email me for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.

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Introduction to the EngLegalHist Web

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Feel free to dig around. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox

All of the Twiki documentation is also available locally. Simply go to the sidebar on the left of your screen and look for the TWiki entry in the "Webs" section. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text

 

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

In addition to photopied and web-based materials, we will be discussing Thorstein Veblen, Theory of the Leisure Class (1899), available in numerous cheap editions. If you prefer reading on-line, you can have the entire text at your fingertips here. (We still have some remnants of a public domain).

My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email me for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.

 

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CompPrivConst Home of CompPrivConst web Search CompPrivConst web Recent changes in the CompPrivConst web Get notified of changes to the CompPrivConst web Computers, Privacy & the Constitution ...a collaborative discussion of Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
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LawContempSoc Home of LawContempSoc web Search LawContempSoc web Recent changes in the LawContempSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawContempSoc web Law in Contemporary Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of Law in contemporary society
LawNetSoc Home of LawNetSoc web Search LawNetSoc web Recent changes in the LawNetSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawNetSoc web Law in the Internet Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of law in a networked society
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TWiki Home of TWiki web Search TWiki web Recent changes in the TWiki web Get notified of changes to the TWiki web Welcome, Registration, and other StartingPoints; TWiki history & Wiki style; All the docs... ...discover TWiki details, and how to start your own site.
AmLegalHist Home of AmLegalHist web Search AmLegalHist web Recent changes in the AmLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the AmLegalHist web American Legal History ...collaborate on learning and making resources for learning American Legal History from 1607
CompPrivConst Home of CompPrivConst web Search CompPrivConst web Recent changes in the CompPrivConst web Get notified of changes to the CompPrivConst web Computers, Privacy & the Constitution ...a collaborative discussion of Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
EngLegalHist Home of EngLegalHist web Search EngLegalHist web Recent changes in the EngLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the EngLegalHist web English Legal History and its Materials ... learn about and participate in the study of English Legal History
LawContempSoc Home of LawContempSoc web Search LawContempSoc web Recent changes in the LawContempSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawContempSoc web Law in Contemporary Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of Law in contemporary society
LawNetSoc Home of LawNetSoc web Search LawNetSoc web Recent changes in the LawNetSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawNetSoc web Law in the Internet Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of law in a networked society
Sandbox Home of Sandbox web Search Sandbox web Recent changes in the Sandbox web Get notified of changes to the Sandbox web Sandbox test area with all features enabled. ...experiment in an unrestricted hands-on web.
You can use color coding by web for identification and reference. This table is updated automatically based on WebPreferences settings of the individual webs. Contact webmaster@new.law.columbia.edu if you need a separate collaboration web for your team. See also AdminToolsCategory.
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AmLegalHist Home of AmLegalHist web Search AmLegalHist web Recent changes in the AmLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the AmLegalHist web American Legal History ...collaborate on learning and making resources for learning American Legal History from 1607
CompPrivConst Home of CompPrivConst web Search CompPrivConst web Recent changes in the CompPrivConst web Get notified of changes to the CompPrivConst web Computers, Privacy & the Constitution ...a collaborative discussion of Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
EngLegalHist Home of EngLegalHist web Search EngLegalHist web Recent changes in the EngLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the EngLegalHist web English Legal History and its Materials ... learn about and participate in the study of English Legal History
LawContempSoc Home of LawContempSoc web Search LawContempSoc web Recent changes in the LawContempSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawContempSoc web Law in Contemporary Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of Law in contemporary society
LawNetSoc Home of LawNetSoc web Search LawNetSoc web Recent changes in the LawNetSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawNetSoc web Law in the Internet Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of law in a networked society
Sandbox Home of Sandbox web Search Sandbox web Recent changes in the Sandbox web Get notified of changes to the Sandbox web Sandbox test area with all features enabled. ...experiment in an unrestricted hands-on web.
You can use color coding by web for identification and reference. This table is updated automatically based on WebPreferences settings of the individual webs. Contact webmaster@new.law.columbia.edu if you need a separate collaboration web for your team. See also AdminToolsCategory.
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AmLegalHist Home of AmLegalHist web Search AmLegalHist web Recent changes in the AmLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the AmLegalHist web American Legal History ...collaborate on learning and making resources for learning American Legal History from 1607
CompPrivConst Home of CompPrivConst web Search CompPrivConst web Recent changes in the CompPrivConst web Get notified of changes to the CompPrivConst web Computers, Privacy & the Constitution ...a collaborative discussion of Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
EngLegalHist Home of EngLegalHist web Search EngLegalHist web Recent changes in the EngLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the EngLegalHist web English Legal History and its Materials ... learn about and participate in the study of English Legal History
LawContempSoc Home of LawContempSoc web Search LawContempSoc web Recent changes in the LawContempSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawContempSoc web Law in Contemporary Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of Law in contemporary society
LawNetSoc Home of LawNetSoc web Search LawNetSoc web Recent changes in the LawNetSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawNetSoc web Law in the Internet Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of law in a networked society
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  • WebIndex: Display all EngLegalHist? topics in alphabetical order.
  • WebNotify: Subscribe to be automatically notified when something changes in the EngLegalHist? web.
  • WebStatistics: View access statistics of the EngLegalHist? web.
  • WebPreferences: Preferences of the EngLegalHist? web.

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Web TWiki Site Map Use to...
Main Home of Main web Search Main web Recent changes in the Main web Get notified of changes to the Main web Welcome to TWiki... Users, Groups ...see who is registered on this TWiki
TWiki Home of TWiki web Search TWiki web Recent changes in the TWiki web Get notified of changes to the TWiki web Welcome, Registration, and other StartingPoints; TWiki history & Wiki style; All the docs... ...discover TWiki details, and how to start your own site.
AmLegalHist Home of AmLegalHist web Search AmLegalHist web Recent changes in the AmLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the AmLegalHist web American Legal History ...collaborate on learning and making resources for learning American Legal History from 1607
CompPrivConst Home of CompPrivConst web Search CompPrivConst web Recent changes in the CompPrivConst web Get notified of changes to the CompPrivConst web Computers, Privacy & the Constitution ...a collaborative discussion of Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
EngLegalHist Home of EngLegalHist web Search EngLegalHist web Recent changes in the EngLegalHist web Get notified of changes to the EngLegalHist web English Legal History and its Materials ... learn about and participate in the study of English Legal History
LawContempSoc Home of LawContempSoc web Search LawContempSoc web Recent changes in the LawContempSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawContempSoc web Law in Contemporary Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of Law in contemporary society
LawNetSoc Home of LawNetSoc web Search LawNetSoc web Recent changes in the LawNetSoc web Get notified of changes to the LawNetSoc web Law in the Internet Society ...collaborate on discussing the role of law in a networked society
Sandbox Home of Sandbox web Search Sandbox web Recent changes in the Sandbox web Get notified of changes to the Sandbox web Sandbox test area with all features enabled. ...experiment in an unrestricted hands-on web.
You can use color coding by web for identification and reference. This table is updated automatically based on WebPreferences settings of the individual webs. Contact webmaster@new.law.columbia.edu if you need a separate collaboration web for your team. See also AdminToolsCategory.
Legend of icons:   Home of web = Go to the home of the web
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