Sovereignty, Race and Freedom in Constitutions, Citations and Corpuses

Sovereignty, Race, and Freedom in Constitutions, Citations, and Corpuses

Author: Katrina Jagodinsky (University of Nebraska Lincoln)

  • Sovereignty, Race, and Freedom in Constitutions, Citations, and Corpuses

    Sovereignty, Race and Freedom in Constitutions, Citations and Corpuses

    Sovereignty, Race, and Freedom in Constitutions, Citations, and Corpuses

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Abstract

Tribal Constitutions, Citing Slavery, and Petitioning for Freedom are digital legal history projects focused on expressions of sovereignty within tribal constitutions, the remnants of slavery in modern law, and the underexamined role of habeas petitioners in challenging coercion and confinement in the long-nineteenth-century United States. Each project deploys legal databases differently, but with the shared goal of contributing key insights to legal historical scholarship and offering interfaces that appeal to a broad, public audience.

Keywords: Database, Unpublished Archival Records, Tribal Constitutions, Slavery, Habeas Corpus

How to Cite:

Jagodinsky, K., (2023) “Sovereignty, Race, and Freedom in Constitutions, Citations, and Corpuses”, Journal for Digital Legal History 1(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/dlh.89667

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16 Nov 2023
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