Though many civil rights laws have helped create a more egalitarian American society, looking back to the nation's first law protecting civil rights after the end of slavery offers fresh insight into lingering questions still debated today, University of Virginia law professor George Rutherglen says in his new book.
We are saddened to announce that Dr. Linda Alice May Perry, Professor Emeritus and co-founder of…
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Two international treaties signed by the U.S. appear to ban launching a nuclear device at an asteroid, said Frans von der Dunk, space law professor at the University of Nebraska College of Law. A 1967 outer space treaty prohibits stationing a weapon of mass destruction in outer space, though nuclear explosions are allowed under the treaty.
The University of Nebraska at Kearney Department of Psychology will honor Dr. Ken Nikels, a UNK emeritus professor of psychology, Friday night (Nov. 16
Frank Dobson (left), director of the Bishop Joseph Johnson Black Cultural Ce
Former United States Naval Academy professor, Craig L. Symonds, will discuss his new book, “Lincoln and His Admirals,” Sept. 25 at 7 p.m.
An award-winning professor of mathematics will discuss what mathematics reveals about people’s behavior during his lecture, “Voting in Agreeable Societies,” Sept. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Lind Lecture Hall.