Locke on Corporations: Corpus, Corporeality, & Relation to Corporation

The final fall meeting of the Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law welcomed Professor David Armitage, of Harvard University, to Durham on December 1, 2017. Professor Armitage presented on two short pieces, one a commentary recently published in Itinerario, and the other, titled John Locke, Inc., drafted specifically for the seminar. While introducing his Read more about Locke on Corporations: Corpus, Corporeality, & Relation to Corporation[…]

Kretek Capitalism & Tobacco Tactics: Influence, Narratives, and Regulation

The third meeting of the Sawyer Seminar on Corporations and International Law welcomed Professor Marina Welker, of Cornell University, and Professor Sergio Puig, of the University of Arizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law, to Durham on October 20, 2017. The two scholars, while hailing from the different fields of anthropology and law, both addressed Read more about Kretek Capitalism & Tobacco Tactics: Influence, Narratives, and Regulation[…]