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Daniel Hulsebosch

New York University
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Expertise
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Native American Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • American and English Legal History
  • Constitutional Law
Professional Experience
Professor
New York University
Current
Education
Harvard University
Ph.D. | American History
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Columbia Law School
J.D.
Honors: Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, 3 years
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Colgate University
A.B. | History, English Literature
Honors: magna cum laude, High Honors in History, Departmental Award for Excellence in History, Phi Beta Kappa
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Awards
Rockefeller Foundation Residential Fellowship
Bellagio, Italy,
John Phillip Reid Book Prize
American Sociey for Legal History
Littleton-Griswold Book Prize
Littleton-Griswold Book Prize
Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Fellowship
Massachusetts H istorical Society
4 weeks research
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Fellowship
Library Company of Philadelphia and the Historical Society of Pennsylvania
4 weeks research
Lord Baltimore Fellowship
Maryland Historical Society
1 week research
Surrency Prize
American Society for Legal History for the Best Article Published in the Law and History Review
Gilder Lehrman Research Fellowship
New-York Historical Society
Samuel I. Golieb Fellow in Legal History
Mark DeWolfe Howe Fund Grant
Charles Warren Center for American History Research Grant
Harvard University
Whiting Fellowship in the Humanities
Harvard University
Littleton-Griswold Research Grant for Legal History
Littleton-Griswold Research Grant for Legal History
Littleton-Griswold Research Grant for Legal History
Faculty Appointments Committee, Venderbilt
Chair
Harvard University Fellowship
Professional Associations
Peer Reviewer
Current
Activities: William and Mary Quarterly, Law and Social Inquiry
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Expert Witness
Current
Activities: U.S. Department of Justice, Seneca Nation v. State of New York:Interpretation of 18th-century treaties and land grants
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Of Counsel
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Activities: Brief Amici Curiae of Legal Historians in Support of the Petitioners, Rasul v.Bush, and Al Odah v. United States, United States Supreme Court
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Expert Witness
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Activities: Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, Miami Tribe v. Walden: Interpretation of 19th-century treaties underlying land claims litigation in eastern Illinois
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Speaking Engagements
An Empire of Law: James Kent and the Development of American Law
University of Alabama School of Law
Meador Lecture on Empire
From the Flushing Remonstrance (1657) to the First Amendment, Bowne House Historical Society/Gotham Center for New York City
History-CUNY Graduate Center
Word and Deed: The Flushing Remonstrance and John Bowne
Crafting Authority: James Kent s Book Notes and Legal Literature in Early America
University of Texas
University of Texas Law, History, and the Humanities Colloquium
Panel: Law, Authority, and Empire in the Early Modern British Atlantic, Baltimore, Maryland
American Society for Legal History
Somerset s Case at the Bar: Delineating the  Pure Air of English Jurisdiction within the British Empire, Gloucester Conference, Gloucester, England
Texas Wesleyan School of Law
A Discrete and Cosmopolitan Minority: The Loyalists, the Atlantic World, and the Origins of Judicial Review
University of Maryland
Early American History Workshop
The Historian as Expert Witness, Tamiment Library
New York University
Public History Forum on Deceit and Denial: The Deadly Politics of Industrial Pollution
A Discrete and Cosmopolitan Minority: The American Loyalists, the Atlantic World, and the Origins of Judicial Review
Chicago-Kent School of Law
Symposium on Popular Constitutionalism
Nothing But Liberty: Somerset s Case and the British Empire
New York University History Department
Atlantic History Workshop
Writs to Rights: The Transformation of Professional and Popular Conceptions of the Common Law, 1790-1850, Legal History Forum
Writs to Rights: The Transformation of Professional and Popular Conceptions of the Common Law, 1790-1850
Faculty Workshop
The Anti-federalist Tradition in Nineteenth-Century Takings Jurisprudence
New York University School of La
Journal of Law and Liberty Conference on Private Property and the Rule of Law
Imperial Remix: From the Ancient Constitution to Constitutional Law, Washington, D.C.
American Society for Legal History
The Imperial Federalist: Rereading the Ratification Debates as Postcolonial Literature, Society for the Historians of the Early Republic
Ohio State University
The English Constitution and the Expanding Empire: Sir Edward Coke s British Jurisprudence, 1603: The Historical and Cultural Consequences of the Accession of James I
University of Hull, England
The English Constitution and the Expanding Empire: Sir Edward Coke s British Jurisprudence
Columbia University
Columbia-USC-Georgetown-UCLA Law and Humanities Interdisciplinary Junior Scholar Workshop
The English Constitution and the Expanding Empire: Sir Edward Coke s British Jurisprudence, Glasgow,Scotlan
Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture
Periphery to Center: The Imperial Agents of Eighteenth-Century New York, Austin, Texas
Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture
The Federalist Prism: Creating Constitutional Law in New York, Minneapolis, Minnesota
American Society for Legal History
Periphery to Center: The Imperial Agents and the Constitution in New York, 1750-1790
Harvard University
International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World
Political Culture in Post-Revolutionary New York and the Creation of Constitutional Law, New York State Historical Association Conference, Saratoga Springs
The Imperial Constitutions of New York, 1750-1777: Property and Sovereignty in a Frontier Province, Houston, Texas
American Society for Legal History
A Melancholy Accident': The Death of a Maiden and the Constitutions of Empire in Colonial New York, New York State Historical Association Conference, Brockport
Before Grutter: The Law and History of Affirmative Action
Saint Louis University School of Law
SBA Panel on Law School Affirmative Action Programs
Constituting Empire
New York University School of La
chapters 7 and 8, Readings in American Legal History
Constituting Empire
chapters 1-8, The Legal History Colloquium
The Imperial Federalist: Ratification and the Creation of Constitutional Law
Saint Louis University School of Law
Faculty Workshop
The Imperial Federalist: Ratification and the Creation of Constitutional Law, American Legal History Seminar
University of Michigan School of Law
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