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American Constitutional History, Rights, and Violence

Office Location: Sci 225
Office Hours: 2-4 on Tuesdays and by appointment after 4
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Phone: 415-338-2982
E-Mail: cwaldrep@sfsu.edu

Prof. Waldrep  became the Jamie and Phyllis Pasker Professor of History at SFSU in August, 2000. Previously professor of history at Eastern Illinois University, he is the author of Night Riders: Defending Community in the Black Patch (1993); Roots of Disorder: Race and Criminal Justice in the American South, 1817-80 (1998); Racial Violence on Trial: A Handbook with Cases, Laws, and Documents (2001);  The Many Faces of Judge Lynch, (2002); Vicksburg's Long Shadow: The Civil War Legacy of Race and Remembrance (2005); African Americans Confront Lynching: Strategies of Resistance from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Era (2009).  His most recent book is Jury Discrimination: The Supreme Court, Public Opinion, and a Grassroots Fight for Racial Equality in Mississippi (2010). The Supreme Court Historical Society announced on June 7, 2010, that its Hughes-Gossett Award for the best journal article went to Professor Christopher Waldrep for his article entitled "Joseph P. Bradley's Journey: The Meaning of Privileges and Immunities." He is also founding and senior editor of H-Law.

The 2011 San Francisco Rights Conference has concluded. It was a big success. Thanks to President Robert Corrigan, Provost Sue Rosser, Dean Gail Evans, Dean Paul Sherwin, and former dean Joel Kassiola for their support. Without their commitment to our success we could not have acomplished so much.

You can listen to an interesting conversation between Christopher Waldrep and Eva Sheppard Wolf about Jury Discrimination.


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