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Professor Feldman's Presentations

International Education Presentations

The United States Supreme Court and Conservative Postmodernism, Conference on Legal Theory at the Fin de Siècle, Birkbeck College, University of London, England (fall 1999).

Presentations

Conservative Eras in Supreme Court Decision Making:  Employment Division v. Smith, Judicial Restraint, and Neoconservatism: Cardozo Law School Conference (October 2010).

Free Expression on College Campuses - Panel Discussion (Moderator): University of Wyoming (September 2010).

Great Expectations:  Antisemitism and the Politics of Free-Speech Jurisprudence: Yale University (August 2010).

Free Expression and the University: Interview with CNN Radio (April 2010).

The Sacred Balance of Law and Religion? Panel Discussion: University of Wyoming (October 2003).

Workshop / Conference on Law and Religion, Program in Law and Public Affairs: Princeton University (February 2003).

Free Speech and Democracy: A History: University of Wyoming (October 2003).

Judicial Review and Republican Democracy: In Celebration of Marbury v. Madison: University of Wyoming (February 2003).

On Legal Scholarship: University of Wyoming (September 2003).

The Special Status of Religion in American Constitutionalism: A Historical Perspective: AALS Annual Conference, Law and Religion Section (January 2002).

Radio Interview on Christmas and the Separation of Church and State: Dave Rutherford Show (Canada) (December 13, 2002).

Doctrinal Innovations, Religious Minorities, and the Future of First Amendment Jurisprudence: University of Colorado (fall 2002).

Radio Interview on Christmas Symbols in Public Places: Ken Van Lith Show (Canada) (December 12, 2002).

Panel Discussion on Religious Freedom and the Scopes Trial: University of Wyoming (fall 2002).

The Constraints of Judicial Minimalism: University of Texas at Austin (fall 2001); University of Tulsa College of Law Faculty (fall 2001).

The Development of Religious Freedom as a Constitutional Norm, University of Denver School of Law, Denver, CO (spring 2001); University of Tulsa College of Law Faculty, Tulsa, OK (spring 2001).

 

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